College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

​Introduction

As a specialization, administration is at the heart of business management. Administration graduates are equipped with competencies that enable them to draw and administer integrated plans for the units and institutions they serve, in addition to the ability to supervise and control through sound decision-making processes. They also have skills in project administration and supervision in the wide sense of the word.
The focus of administration as a specialization is to prepare administrators according to scientific methods and standards, enabling them to carry out their jobs in planning, organizing, advising and supervising. They are also trained to take up institutional jobs in the areas of finance, human resources, operation management, marketing, and research and development, in addition to their ability to contribute to the relation between their employer and employer's peer institutions.

Program content

The BA in Business Administration (Management) is an integrated program which covers the main areas required for practicing management in various organizations. The academic plan aims at meeting the needs of practicing administration from employment and strategic perspectives. On the employment front, the plan caters for what is needed in financial, operational and human resources management; and on the strategic front the academic plan caters for wider matters such as: strategic and administrative policies of the organization as a whole, organizational behavior, information processing within the organization, application of up-to-date technologies.
In addition to the knowledge base outlined above, the academic plan emphasizes the need for mastering practical skills by using case studies with most courses, and employing a variety of teaching and evaluation strategies customized for different components of the program.

Program objectives

The BA in Business Administration aims at preparing a specialized workforce and developing the skills and competencies needed for meeting the requirements of the job market in both public and private sectors.

The graduates of the program are expected to:

1-Show understanding for practicing administrative jobs in various organizations.

2-Specify objectives for administrative units and organizations.

3-Distribute tasks and responsibilities among employees and specify the areas of authorities within the organization.

4-Encourage and stimulate employees to fulfill the organizations' objectives.

5-Evaluate performance and following standard procedures.

6-Suggest and draw long-term policies and plans.

7-Specify and envisage opportunities, challenges and threats to the organization from surrounding external environment.

8-Utilize up-to-date technologies in the administrative operations.

Program duration

4 years

Justification for offering BA in Business Administration

The following reasons and needs justify offering the program:

A.The importance of administrative jobs in any organization.

B.The continuous demands of the job market for administrative jobs.

C.The large number of applicants to specialize business administration.

Employment opportunities

The BA in Business Administration (Management) prepares graduates to work in a wide variety of management positions and jobs in the public and private sectors, including the following:

•Director, general director, chairperson of a department, chairperson of a section, Director of an administration

•Planning specialist

•Chairperson of an administrative sector

•Assistant administrative inspector, administrative inspector

•Assistant administrative supervisor, administrative supervisor

•Personnel supervisor, personnel inspector.

University requirements: 34 Credit Hours​​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ENG001 English Language Skills 16
CS001 Computer Essentials 3
COMM001 Communication Skills 2
CI001 Academic Skills 2
MATH101 Fundamentals of Math 3
ISLM101 Intro to Islamic culture 2
ISLM102 Professional Conduct & Ethics in Islam 2
ISLM103 Islamic Economic System 2 ISLM101
ISLM104 Social System and Human Rights​ 2 ISLM102
Total 34
College Requirements: 57 Credit Hours
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ACCT101 Principles of Accounting 3 Passing the first year​ ​ ​ ​
MGT101 Principles of Management 3 Passing the first year​ ​ ​ ​
STAT101 Statistics 3 Passing the first year​ ​ ​ ​
ECON101 Microeconomics 3 Passing the first year​ ​ ​ ​
LAW101 Legal Environment of Business 3 Passing the first year​ ​ ​ ​
E-COM201 Introduction to E-Management 3 MGT101
ACCT301 Cost Accounting 3 ACCT101
MGT322 Logistics Management 3 MGT101
FIN101 ​ Principles of Finance 3 ACCT101
MGT311 Intro to Operations Management 3 MGT101+STAT101
MGT321 Intro to International Business 3
MGT201 Marketing Management 3 MGT101
MGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 MGT211
MGT401 Strategic Management 3 MGT201+ FIN101
STAT201 Quantitative Methods 3 STAT101
ECON201 Macroeconomics 3
MGT211 H.R. Management 3 MGT101
E-COM101 E-Commerce 3
MIS201 Management of Information Systems 3 MGT101
Total 57
Department Requirements: 30 Credit Hours​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
MGT421 Communications Management 3 MGT101
MGT312 Decision Making and Problem Solving 3 MGT101
MGT323 Project Management 3 MGT311
MGT403 Knowledge Management 3 MGT101
MGT402 Entrepreneurship and Small Business​ 3 MGT101
MGT422 Business Ethics and Organization Social Responsibility 3
MGT404 Organization Design and Development 3 MGT101
MGT324 Public Management 3 MGT101
MGT430 Internship 6 Complete 90 credit hours
Total 30
Management Concentration:
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
MGT325 Management of Technology 3 MGT101
MGT424 Quality Management 3 MGT101
MGT425 MGT425 3
Total 9
Accounting Concentration:
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ACCT201 Financial Accounting 3 ACCT101
ACCT422 Tax and Zakat Accounting 3 ACCT201
ACCT402 Introduction to Accounting Information Systems​ 3 ACCT101+ MIS201
Total 9
E-Commerce Concentration:
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
IT404 Web Design 3
E-COM421 E-Business Strategies and Business Models 3 MGT401
E-COM301 E-Marketing 3 E-COM301
Total 9
Finance Concentration:
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
FIN201 Corporate Finance 3 FIN101
FIN402 Financial Institutions and Markets 3 FIN101
FIN401 Banks Management 3 FIN101
Total 9
year1 : Semester 1 ​ ​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ENG001 English Language Skills 8
CS001 Computer Essentials 3
COMM001 Communication Skills 2
Total 13
year1 : Semester 2 ​ ​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ENG001 English Language Skills​ (Continued) 8
MATH001 Fundamentals of Math 3
CI001 Academic Skills 2
Total 13
year2: Semester 3 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ECON101 Microeconomics 3 Passing the first year
دار1MGT101 01 Principles of Management 3 Passing the first year
STAT101 Statistics 3 Passing the first year
LAW101 Legal Environment of Business 3 Passing the first year
ACCT101 Principles of Accounting 3 Passing the first year
ISLM101 Introduction to Islamic Culture​ 2 ​​​​​اجتياز السنة الأولى​
Total 17
year2 : Semester 4
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
FIN101 Principles of Finance 3 ACCT101
MGT201 Marketing Management 3 MGT101
STAT201 Quantitative Methods 3 STAT101
MGT211 H.R. Management 3 MGT101
E-COM101 E-Commerce 3
ISLM102 Professional Conduct & Ethics in Islam 2
Total 17
year3 : Semester 5 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ECON201 Macroeconomics 3
MIS201 Management of Information Systems 3 MGT101
E-COM201 Introduction to E-Management ​ 3 MGT101
MGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 MGT211
MGT311 Introduction to Operations Management 3 MGT101+STAT101
MGT312 Decision Making and Problem Solving 3 MGT101
Total 18
year3 : Semester 6 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
ACCT301 Cost Accounting 3 ACCT101
MGT321 Intro to International Business 3
MGT322 Logistics Management 3 MGT101
MGT323 Project Management 3 MGT311
Concentration 3
ISLM103 Islamic Economic System 2 ISLM101
Total 17
year4 : Semester 7 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
MGT402 Entrepreneurship and Small Business 3 MGT101
MGT401 Strategic Management 3 MGT201+ FIN101
MGT403 Knowledge Management 3 MGT101
MGT404 Organization Design and Development 3 MGT101
Concentration 3
ISLM104 Social System and Human Rights 2 ISLM102
Total 17
year4 :Semester 8 ​ ​ ​ ​
Course Code ​ Course Name​ Credit Hours Prerequisites
MGT421 Communications Management 3 MGT101
Concentration 3
MGT422 Business Ethics and Organization Social Responsibility 3
MGT324 Public Management 3 MGT​101
MGT430 Internship 6 ​Complete 90 c​redit hours
Total 18
Brief Description

The internship ​provides qualified students with an opportunity to receive professional training and experience in an actual work environment. ​ This Internship is an ongoing seminar between the student, the faculty member and the employment supervisor.  ​It involves an Internship Application and Learning Agreement, periodic meetings with the faculty representative, professional experience at a level equivalent to other senior-level courses and submission of material as established in the Internship Application.

Semester

Semester 8 (10 weeks).

Time Allocation and Scheduling Arrangement

One semester after completing 90 credit hours of the study plan.

Number of Credit Hours

6 credit hours.

Intended Learning Outcomes

To examine one's own aptitudes toward work in the field of Finance and to consider which aspects of Finance best match one's own interests. ​

To apply academic learning to workplace practices.

Developing the professional sense of the trainee.

To practice and develop professional skills, such as oral, written, and interpersonal communications.

To use technology and analytical tools related to the field.

To understand and apply the working team requirements.

Assessment Procedures

40 % for internship activities (assigned by the on-training supervisor).

30 % for the apprehension and the assiduity of the student (assigned by the academic supervisor).

30 % for the substance and the style of the training report (assigned by the department)​.

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