Bachelor of Management
The Bachelor of Management will help you understand the ins and outs of management practices in today’s most successful businesses and nonprofit organizations. You’ll spend time developing the analytical skills to enhance business processes at every level, while also strengthening the interpersonal skills you’ll need to keep an organization cohesive and employee morale high. At the end of the degree program, you will implement a complete business strategy in an experiential learning program, observing how different departments interact and guiding them toward the most successful outcome.
- Understand and communicate basic management concepts and the role of managers within organizations and the marketplace.
- Define and implement ethical standards and policies of corporate social responsibility.
- Explore the global nature of management and strategically address the challenges of managing multinational enterprises.
- Apply theories and principles of organizational behavior to managerial decision-making.
- Formulate and implement strategies that build on the core competencies of a firm to demonstrate active management of an enterprise in a competitive environment.
- Give coherent and effective business presentations.
- Understand the management from difference aspects.
- Use and integrate technology and information into managerial decision-making and operational processes, including qualitative and quantitative decision-making processes.
To earn a bachelor’s degree in Management, the student must complete a minimum of 126 semester hours of credit towards graduation. It is student’s responsibility to be aware of current requirements and to frequently consult with your advisor about your progress toward completing them.
The program fees are $250 per semester.
The concepts of the following courses will be delivered using a combination of online lectures, discussions, and dialogue around cases.
A case is a comprehensive exposition of real managerial cases describing a set of problems and requiring a plan of action. The case method provides a pragmatic framework for the learning process. Its success depends heavily on student preparation and active interaction in class discussions.
The main material and reference for each course will be the textbook mentioned in the course specifications. Lecture notes and slides are additional resources that are prepared by the professor.
After completion of the program, the graduate becomes eligible to work in several jobs, including:
- Director General
- Marketing Manager
- Managing Director
- Sales Manager
Courses are in English, with explanations provided in both English and Arabic.
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours||Prerequisites|
|Year 1 – Term 1|
|ENG101||English Language 1||5|
|MGM111||Principles of Management||3|
|PMG101||Foundations of Project Management||3|
|MGM112||Introduction to Economics||3|
|Year 1 – Term 2|
|ENG102||English Language 2||5||ENG101|
|Year 1 – Term 3|
|MGM227||Principles of Accounting||3|
|MGM202||Writing in Organizations||3|
|ITC202||Internet and Information Technology||3|
|Year 2 – Term 1|
|MGM237||Introduction to Finance||3|
|MGM204||Principles of Marketing||3|
|Year 2 – Term 2|
|STA201||Probability and Statistics||4|
|MGM243||Human Resource Management||3|
|MGM223||Presentation and Writing Skills||3|
|Year 2 – Term 3|
|MGM341||Accounting for Managers||3||MGM111 - MGM227|
|MGM354||Quality Management||3||MGM111 - PMG101|
|Year 3 – Term 1|
|MGM331||Principles of Management Information Systems||3||MGM111|
|MGM333||Introduction to Research Methods||3|
|PMG421||Organizational Behavior and Projects||3||MGM111|
|Year 3 – Term 2|
|MGM424||Financial Management||3||MGM111 -MGM237|
|Year 3 – Term 3|
|MGM431||Procurement and Supply Chain||3||MGM111|
|MGM496||Final Project 1||3||MGM111 - PMG101|
|Year 4 – Term 1|
|MGM506||International Business Management||4||MGM111|
|PMG511||Project Leadership||3||MGM111 - PMG101|
|MGM497||Final Project 2||3||MGM496|