ACCT-150 – Financial Accounting I
Explain the main principles of accounting, including the accounting equation and the double entry system.
Expose students to financial statements (i.e. Income Statement, Balance Sheet).
Expose students to post Trial Balance adjustments (depreciation of non-current assets, accruals, prepayments, and allowance for doubtful debts).
Enable students to prepare Bank Reconciliation Statements.
ACCT-160 – Financial Accounting II
Provide an in-depth understanding of accounting for inventory, cash, receivables, fixed assets and current liabilities for a sole proprietorship
Expose students to partnerships and accounting for partnerships.
Expose students to corporations and accounting for corporations.
Introduce the Statement of Cash Flows.
ACCT-340 – Costing
BLAW-350 – Business Law
Describe the basis of law in the business environment.
Appraise the role of government institutions in the regulation of business.
Comprehend the fundamental difference between public and private law.
Describe the different methods by which legal relations can be established contractually.
Evaluate the circumstances in which a contract may be breached and the remedies available.
Comprehend how a company may be established.
Assess the different types of company and the basis for / nature of liability.
Assess why law is important.
ECON-150 – Microeconomics
Apply graphical analysis on economic issues
Identify how equilibrium price is determined in a free market through the interaction of supply and demand
Demonstrate the concepts of demand and supply analysis relevant to the business environment
Analyze market examples and applications to simulate realistic business experience
Discuss the dynamics of income distribution and resource allocation
Explain the importance of the regulatory role of the government
ECON-160 – Macroeconomics
Measure economic variables (GNP and its components, inflation, unemployment, money supply, balance of payments, exchange rates)
Analyze the aggregate demand – aggregate supply model, the concept of the multiplier and the business cycle
Identify the tools of monetary and fiscal policies, understand their effect on the economy and appreciate the significant role of the Central Bank.
Explain the importance balance of payments, international trade and how the value of foreign exchange is determined
EUS-350 – European & Global Institutions
EUS-360 – Global Business
FIN-350 – Financial Management
explain the role and purpose of financial management;
evaluate the overall management of working capital;
evaluate appropriate sources of finance for particular situations;
appraise capital investment through the use of appropriate methods;
prepare budgets and use them to control and evaluate organizational performance;
communicate the results of their analysis in an appropriate form to all interested parties.
GEN-150 – Behavioral Sciences
GEN-250 – Language Expression
write a variety of fully-blocked letters that use open punctuation and the four-point plan.
create a range of buy/sell documents with their corresponding cover letters
produce professional emails that use netiquette
write different kinds of letters of application and CVs, testimonials
create business memos, meeting documentation, itineraries, and a wide collection of publicity materials
confidently describe data
prepare and give a business presentation
GEN-350 – Business Ethics, Environment and CSR
Recognize an ethical dilemma;
Develop a Code of Ethics;
Resolve workplace ethical dilemmas;
Explain the term ‘whistleblower’ and its relationship to the organization;
Define and explain the components of Corporate Social Responsibility;
Define and explain the term Corporate Governance;
Identify the ethical ramifications of technology in organizations;
Identify and suggest ways of coping with the ethical challenges in a global environment.
IMGT-350 – Operations Management
to introduce students to the basic concepts of operations management
to introduce students to the transformation process that converts organisational resources to finished products
to help student understand the nature of the external business environment and its effect on the organisation
to help students understand the systemic nature of organisations
to develop students’ critical thinking and their ability to develop an argument and to defend a position
to encourage students to engage in debates on management issues, including
controversial management topics.
MATH-250 – Business Mathematics
Demonstrate an understanding on how mathematical techniques are useful to approach economic theory and practice.
Explain how mathematical techniques are applied in economics and business and used as a decision making tools.
Perform an economic and business analysis using a mathematical approaches.
Distinguish basic principles in Mathematics and their application in Economics and Business.
Apply mathematical methods to problem solving.
MATH-350 – Statistics
Execute hypothesis testing for the Population Mean µ and the Proportion p.
Execute hypothesis testing for the difference between two Population Means (independent samples).
Make students aware of Linear Correlation and to perform Multiple Regression.
Execute Tests of Independence and Homogeneity.
Execute One-Way ANOVA tests.
Make students aware of the basic Non Parametric tests.
Cover in detail all aspects of Time Series Analysis.
Be able to use the SPSS package efficiently
MGT-250 – Management
discuss the importance of management both as an occupation and as a universal human activity
view organisations as complex human activity systems
discuss and apply the basic management functions of planning, organising, leading and controlling
discuss and apply the main management processes
demonstrate how good management can help organisations become effective and efficient
critically discuss the importance of the external business environment and its effect on the organisation
critically discuss the importance of human resources in management
critically discuss the importance of team work in management
carry out independent research using a variety of resources
participate in debates on controversial management issues.
MGT-340- Human Resource Management
MGT-490 – Strategic Management
MIS-250 – Information Systems
Discuss the fundamentals of information systems.
Recognize how an organizational process often spans different functional areas.
Describe the role of information systems in an organization.
Demonstrate how enterprise systems integrate functional areas into one enterprise-wide information system.
Explain how “best practices” are incorporated in enterprise systems.
Integrate key concepts from functional-oriented courses, (i.e. accounting, 2 marketing) to promote the development of integrative skills.
Explain how integrated information sharing increases organizational efficiencies.
Identify, describe, and evaluate the major enterprise system software providers and their packaged systems.
Discuss current trends related to enterprise systems.
Evaluate the costs and benefits of implementing an enterprise system.
MIS-350 – E-Business
Be able to design and manage enterprise architecture through business and marketplace models for electronic communications and trading, including revenue models and transaction models available through online services
Outline the hardware and software technologies used to build an e-business infrastructure within an organisation and with its partners including security issues.
Understand the concept of e-strategy at the corporate level, the business unit level and the operational level as well as the concept of value creation.
Follow an appropriate strategy process model for e-business and be able to develop an e-business strategy framework with concentration on the impact of the Internet on the macro-environment, the industry structure and the firm boundaries, the markets for e-business and the strategy options for value creation in market spaces and for improving organizational processes with information technology solutions
Identify the main elements of supply chain management and their relationship to the value chain and value networks.
Identify various procurement methods, their benefits and risks and assess different options for integration of organizations’ information systems with e-procurement suppliers.
Identify the characteristics of the new media marketing communications and understand the relation between e-business and e-marketing and how to outline e-marketing plan.
MKTG-150 – Marketing Management
1. To explain the importance of understanding customers and the marketplace and identify the core marketplace concepts. (Students are expected to appreciate the role of marketing in understanding customers’ needs and wants and providing value and customer satisfaction).
To explain marketing’s role in strategic planning and how marketing works to create and deliver customer value. (Students are required to identify and analyze the elements of the strategic planning process).
To analyze the environmental forces that affect a company’s ability to serve its customers and how companies can react to the marketing environment. (Students are expected to identify and describe the micro and macro environmental factors and forces that influence the company’s activities).
To describe how consumers’ personal, cultural, social and psychological characteristic can influence consumer buying behavior. (Students are expected to know the factors affecting consumer behavior and to identify the role/s a consumer assumes in the decision-making process)
To analyze how the Marketing Information System and Marketing Research support marketing decision making. (Students are expected to identify and assess the factors and decisions that affect the design, development and use of the Marketing Information System and the Marketing Research Process).
To analyze the four elements of the Marketing Mix Strategy (Students are required to identify, explain and analyze the four elements of the marketing mix strategy, product, price place and promotion as well as to identify the most important decisions that need to be taken in designing, developing and implementing these tools).
MKTG-250 – Salesmanship
MKTG-260 – International Trade Theory & Practice
MKTG-440 – Marketing Communications
To assess the importance of communication (students should be able to analyze the communication process and its relationship and application to marketing communication)
To critically analyze the importance of communication in strategic planning (students should be able to demonstrate that MC is part of the strategic planning of an organization and not just a tactical plan)
To compare the importance of an MC plan to the success of a Marketing Plan (students should explain how an MC plan corresponds to the Marketing Mix)
To plan a competitive environmental analysis in relationship to planning (students should explain how the competitive environment affects the success of a promotional plan)
To create a Promotion Opportunity analysis (students must analyze and more specifically perform a promotion opportunity analysis)
To create a complete Promotional Plan (student should develop skills in order to promote a promotional plan in a real market situation)