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1st year

ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES – ACCT 101/102

Both courses are designed to provide an understanding of Accounting issues and objectives for paper interpretation and analysis of financial data.

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS – ECO 101/102

A study of modern economic society (the economic role of consumers, businesses, governments, banks and other institutions), and of the economic problems which society faces.

ENGLISH – ENG 101/102

Practice of expository techniques in writing assignments ranging from the autobiographical to the academic, emphasis on the writing process with guidance in revising toward meaningful, engaging, idiomatic and controlled discourse, analysis of such discourse through readings in professional writing and good student prose.

MARKETING PRINCIPLES – MKT 101/102

An intensive analysis of the concepts, structure and operations of the international marketing system, the development and evaluation of marketing plans.

INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS – STATS 102

Pre-calculus, equations, inequations, relations and set theory, limits and derivations, applications of mathematics to Finance.

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LAW – BSL 102

Basic legal considerations in business decision-making : fundamental concepts and principles of law encountered in commercial activity, contracts, sales, bailment, agency, negotiable instruments, real and personal property, bankruptcy and other topics.

COMPUTER SCIENCE – CBT 101/102

Basic use of applications : writing (Word), listing (Excel), and presenting (PowerPoint). Identification of Internet’s main tools

2nd year

FINANCE – FIN 201/202

Analysis of techniques : short & long-term financing with an emphasis on cash budgeting, sources and users of funds, financial ratio, new securities and broad market mechanics.

Basic analysis of problems encountered by firms and managers, decision-making process, financial strategies with emphasis on political, social and ethical implications (case studies).

STATISTICS – STATS 201

For managerial decision-making : Probabilities, Statistics, Game theory, Graphics, Linear Programming and Linear Algebra.

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES – STATS 202

Fundamentals of Matrix algebra, differential and integral calculus with business applications and advanced business statistics. Multiple regression, analysis of variance and time series analysis with business forecasting. 

BUSINESS LAW – BSL 201/202

Nature and function of law as applied to business organizations.

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR – OB 201

Understanding individual and group behavior in work organizations : leadership, motivation, commitment, group dynamics, organizational structure, culture.

MARKETING – MKT 201

Acquiring, analyzing and presenting information for making decisions about the marketing of goods and services. Methods for collection, analysis and interpretation of data, demand analysis, and forecasting.

TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT – MGT 212

Analyzing the production process, developing new control tools, forecasting firm’s development in order to guarantee a standard quality of products and of decision process. 

ENGLISH – ENG 201/202

Presentation, study and analysis of texts, essay writing, reading assignments and oral presentations.

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (Major) – MGT 202

Cultural differences in work and management : similarities, differences and blockages. Ability to work cross-culturally as customers, co-workers, employees and managers.

MARKETING (Major) – MKT 202

Understanding the entire process of entering markets, establishing profitable positions, and loyal customer relationships. Emphasis on cultural and business aspects of the global environment.

FINANCE (Major) – FIN 212

Business strategy analysis, accounting analysis, financial analysis, prospective analysis, valuation, equity security analysis, credit analysis, mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing policies.

3rd year

FINANCE (Major) – FIN 301/302

Business strategy analysis, accounting analysis, financial analysis, prospective analysis, valuation, equity security analysis, credit analysis, mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing policies. 

MARKETING (Major) – MKT 301/302

Understanding the entire process of entering markets, establishing profitable positions, and loyal customer relationships. Emphasis on cultural and business aspects of the global environment. 

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (Major) – MGT 301/302

Understanding the current issues in international management by focusing on the economic, cultural, political and organizational issues raised by the globalization of business and in the context of evolving global trends. 

BUSINESS LAW – BSL 301

Understanding the milestones of business law applied to business organizations, analyzing their possible evolution. 

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT – MGT 311

Development of a strategic vision, industry and competitive analysis, strategy and competitive advantage, implementing and evaluating corporate strategy. 

PLANNING & CONTROL – ACCT 301

Create an awareness of business decision making and control factors, and in particular introduction to the controller’s function in an organization, understand a cost behavior and its implication in decision making, and get a good overview of the budget process. 

ECONOMICS – ECO 301

Understanding the economical stages of development based on an international and intercultural approach. 

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – MGT 312

Learning the various concepts in the field of production and operations management. Emphasis on quantitative techniques used in operations systems such as critical path analysis, statistical quality control, inventory control, and forecasting. 

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – MGT 322

Familiarizing students with the main issues of HRM theory and practice such as Human Resource Planning, recruitment and selection, training and development, employee participation. 

BUSINESS POLICY – MGT 332

Long and short-term management strategies, designing and managing organizations, policy formulation and corporate responsibility. 

INDEPENDENT STUDIES – IndSt 302

The students are required :

a) to create and develop a concept of a new venture using specific tools : entering a market, developing a market share, writing a business plan, defining a business model, etc (group project).

b) Or to write a research project based on the current analysis and the forecasts of an industry, a company, or on a managerial issue.

ENGLISH – ENG 301/302

The emphasis is on business writing and oral presentations