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School Of Business, Administration & Economics
Bachelor of Science in Accounting or Economics
Bachelor of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration
Master of Science - Economics
Doctor of Business Administration
Doctor of Philosophy - Business Management
Doctor of Philosophy - Economics
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Degree Major
B.S. Bachelor of Science Accounting
B.S. Bachelor of Science Economics
B.B.A. Bachelor of Business Administration Management
M.B.A. Master of Business Administration Management
M.S. Master of Science Healthcare Management (Cosmetic)
M.S. Master of Science Economics
D.Sc. Doctor of Science Healthcare Management (Cosmetic)
D.B.A. Doctor of Business Administration Management
Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy Business Management
Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy Economics

 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting or Economics
Bachelor of Business Administration
Requirement Of Graduation

For those students only requiring to complete 30 credit units with the university, the completion of 10 subjects, including 4 Specialization subjects.

 
General Subjects
BUS305
Introduction to Business
BUS306
Introduction to Accounting
BUS307
Introduction to Computers
BUS327
Public Speaking & Presentation
BUS310
Introduction to Macroeconomics
BUS371
Management Theory & Practice
BUS379
Management Accounting
BUS302
Financial Management
BUS310
Entrepreneurship
BUS330
Economic Theory
BUS313
Introduction to Marketing
BUS317
Advertising Management
BUS319
Human Resource Management
BUS321
Organizational Behavior

 

Specialization - Accounting
BUS379
Management Accounting
BUS301

Accounting Theory & Practice

BUS302
Financial Management
BUS303
Business Finance
 
Specialization - Economics
BUS320
Introduction to Economic Theory
BUS330

Economic Theory

BUS350
Economic History
BUS340
Comparative Economic Systems
 
Specialization - Management
BUS327
Public Speaking & Presentation
BUS371
Management Theory & Practice
BUS321
Organizational Behavior
BUS319
Human Resource Management
 
Master Of Business Administration
Master Of Science - Economics
Requirement Of Graduation
The completion of 32 credit units (8 subjects) from the 500 series Graduate courses including 4 subjects from a Specialization; OR the completion of 16 credit units (4 subjects) from the 500 series Graduate courses, including 4 subjects from a Specialization plus BUS635 - Research Methodology and a Thesis
 
General Subjects
BUS519
Management Economics
BUS520
Corporate Strategies & Policies
BUS530
Advanced Economic Theory
BUS537
Production & Operations Management
BUS556
Marketing Management
BUS570
Human Resource Management
BUS572
Management Information Systems
BUS580
International Management
BUS581
Organizational Behavior
 
Specialization - Cosmetic & Healthcare Management
BUS585
Cosmetology
BUS586
Essentials of Psychology
BUS587
Clinical Dermatology
BUS588
Salon Management
BUS589
Fundamentals of Acupuncture
BUS596
Health Care Administration
BUS597
Foundation of Chinese Medicine
 
Specialization - Economics
BUS530
Advanced Economic Theory
BUS540

Advanced Economic History

BUS550
Lives & Works of Famous Economists
BUS560
Monetary Economics
BUS590
Economics of Development

 

Doctor Of Business Administration 
Doctor Of Philosophy - Business Management
Doctor Of Philosophy - Economics
Requirement Of Graduation
Doctor Of Business Administration
Completion of 30 credit units (6 subjects) from the 600 series Graduate courses, plus GNR635 - Research Methodology and a Thesis.
 
Doctor Of Philosophy
Completion of 30 credit units (6 subjects) from the 600 series Graduate courses (including 4 subjects from the Specialization for the Economics major) plus GNR635 - Research Methodology and a Dissertation.
 
General Subjects
BUS621
Advanced Global Economics
BUS624
Advanced International Marketing
BUS630
Advanced Economic Theory A
BUS631
Advanced Marketing Strategy
BUS640
Advanced Economic Theory B
BUS644
Advertising & Promotional Strategy
BUS650
Readings in Economics A
BUS651
Readings in Economics B
BUS610
Professional Selling
BUS628
Management & Leadership Dynamics
BUS635
Readings in Management Theory & Practice A
BUS636
Readings in Management Theory & Practice B
BUS640
Advanced Sales Management
BUS646
Investment Management
 
Specialization - Economics
BUS621
Advanced Global Economics
BUS630

Advanced Economic Theory A

BUS640
Advanced Economic Theory B
BUS650
Readings in Economics A
BUS651
Readings in Economics B

 

School of Business, Administration and Economics
Undergraduate Course
BUS305 Introduction to Business

An introduction to the composition and functioning of the business world, with an emphasis upon markets, labor, the legal environment, management and financial institutions

BUS306 Introduction to Accounting
An introduction to basic accounting concepts and practices; basic processes of financial record keeping leading to the preparation of basic financial documents and their use as tools for management control analysis
BUS307 Introduction to Computers 
Fundamentals of microcomputer operating systems with their business applications
BUS327 Public Speaking & Presentation
Fundamentals of the preparation and delivery of effective presentations and other public speaking occasions.
BUS310 Introduction to Macroeconomics
The fundamentals of the workings of the free-market system, including national income, the circular flow, price determinates, resource allocation, fiscal policy and public policy.
BUS320 Introduction to Microeconomics
An introduction to the role and effects of economic forces in such areas as price determination, supply and demand, and the role of the firm.
BUS371 Management Theory & Practice
An overview of descriptive and normative theories of formal organization, including organizational structures, planning, control and communication.
BUS379 Management Accounting
Accounting concepts and techniques useful in evaluation, planning, organization and control of the business enterprise.
BUS301 Accounting Theory & Practice
Studies in some contemporary accounting doctrines and theoretical considerations
BUS302 Financial Management
An overview of the theory and practices that underlie financial manager's decision making, including capital investment analysis, capital structures and risk and return
BUS303 Business Finance
Studies in the theories and practices of corporate financial management, including capital budgeting & structure, dividend policy, risk management
BUS310 Entrepreneurship
Principles and practices of effective entrepreneurship in business.
BUS330 Economic Theory
An overview of some of the major economic theories which have influenced the understanding of economy
BUS350 Economic History
An overview of economic history and its impact on the development of economic theory and policy practice
BUS313 Introduction to Marketing
A review of the fundamentals of marketing theory and practice from a domestic and international perspective.
BUS317 Advertising Management
Fundamentals of managing the firm's advertising function.
BUS319 Human Resource Management
Fundamentals of strategic human resource management from the perpective of the human resources professionals and general managers, including recruitment, selection, training, and compensation
BUS321 Organizational Behavior
Fundamentals of current theories regarding the organization and individual behavior.
BUS340 Comparative Economic Systems
Overview and comparision of the various economic systems
Graduate Programs
BUS519 Management Economics
Concepts and analysis of microeconomics theory with relevance to the business environment.
BUS520 Corporate Strategies & Policies
BUS530 Advanced Economic Theory
An analysis of macro and micro economic theory
BUS537 Production & Operations Management
An introduction to the concepts of production management and the various theories and techniques on how operations are managed, monitored and improved.
BUS540 Advanced Economic History
Focused study of various periods in economic history
BUS550 Lives & Works of Famous Economists
Detailed study of the lives, times, works and theories of significant economists
BUS556 Marketing Management
Introducing the theory of modern marketing management with strategic emphasis in integrating marketing activities with company objectives, the customer's and environmental opportunities.
BUS560 Monetary Economics
Studies in the demand and supply of money; effects of monetary policy on inflation, unemployment, interest rates and the balance of payments. The banking system.
BUS570 Human Resource Management
Examines contemporary problems in HR management, using a systems approach that examines the many independencies affecting personal decision making, both from the internal and external organization's environment.
BUS572 Management Information Systems
Provides a broad survey of computer science, information technology and management science in today's business environment.
BUS580 International Management
Reviews and examines the implications of management practices in the international environment.
BUS581 Organizational Behavior
Studies individual and group behavior in organizations.
BUS585 Cosmetology
The essentials of the principals and practices of cosmetology.
BUS586 Essentials of Psychology
An introduction to the elements of psychology.
BUS587 Clinical Dermatology
The essentials of the principles and practices of clinical dermatology.
BUS588 Salon Management
The essential elements of salon management.
BUS589 Fundamentals of Acupuncture
An introduction to the essential principles and practices of acupuncture.
BUS590 Economics of Development
The factors and theories underlying international economic development with a focus on the nature and causes of development.
BUS596 Health Care Management
An introduction to health care management.
BUS597 Foundations of Chinese Medicine
The essentials elements of the practice of Chinese medicine.
BUS621 Advanced Global Economics
Examines world economic growth and international trading systems, together with modern theories of trade, foreign investment and the issues of protection.
BUS624 Advanced International Marketing.
A comprehensive approach to the theoretical scope of international marketing including extensive consideration of global issues that challenge today's international marketers.
BUS630 Advanced Economic Theory A
Examines in depth issues in macroeconomic theory.
BUS631 Advanced Marketing Strategy
Emphasis on the analysis of strategic marketing planning and the problem solving processes as practiced by the modern market-oriented firm.
BUS640 Advanced Economic Theory B
Examines in depth issues in microeconomic theory.
BUS644 Advertising & Promotional Strategy
Examines the role of advertising, personal selling, publicity and sales promotion in effective marketing; the research and managerial aspects of advertising and promotion, and the interdisciplinary behavioral and communicative elements in advertising and promotion.
BUS550/650 Readings in Economics A
Examining in depth, topics within the economics discipline. These topics are chosen in discussion between the student and the supervisor.
BUS551/651 Readings in Economics B
Examining in depth, topics within the economics discipline. These topics are chosen in discussion between the student and the supervisor.
BUS510/610 Professional Selling
Theory and practice of personal selling in individual and small group settings.
BUS628 Management & Leadership Dynamics
Examines aspects of leadership in the context of management practice.
BUS535/635 Readings in Management Theory & Practice A
Enables the student to examine topics of their choice within the area of management theory and practice.
BUS536/636 Readings in Management Theory & Practice B
In conjunction with their supervisor, the student is able to examine topics of their choice within the area of management theory and practice.
BUS540/640 Advanced Sales Management
Advanced studies in the area of management of the sales function.
BUS546/646 Investment Management
Provides a description of the investment environment, including an analysis of trading practices and market structure, with subsequent study of investment management techniques.

School of Engineering Management
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management
Master of Science in Engineering Management
Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Management
Degree Major
B.S. Bachelor of Science Engineering Management
M.S. Master of Science Engineering Management
Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy Engineering Management
 
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management
Requirement Of Graduation
The completion of 10 subjects, including the 3 subjects from the Specialization. These subjects are to be chosen from the General Subjects listed in the Undergraduate degree in the School of Business, Administration & Economics.
 
Specialization Subjects
ENG325
Technology Management
ENG335

Information Technology Management

ENG345
Project Management
 
Master of Science in Engineering Management
Requirement Of Graduation
The completion of 32 credit units (8 subjects) from the 500 series Graduate courses; OR the completion of 16 credit units (4 subjects) from the 500 series Graduate courses, plus GNR535- Research Methodology, and a Thesis.
 
General Subjects
ENG501
Advanced Global Economics
ENG502
Engineering Systems Management
ENG503
Inventory Control & Management
ENG510
Financial Management
ENG520
Organizational Behavior
ENG530
Introduction to Production Economics
ENG550
Quality Planning & Analysis
ENG560
Logistics Management
ENG567
Industrial Relations Management
 
Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Management
Requirement Of Graduation
The completion of 30 credit units (6 subjects) from the 600 series Graduate courses plus GNR635 - Research Methodology, and a Dissertation.
 
General Subjects
ENG605
Purchasing and Materials Management
ENG610
Advanced Quality Management
ENG615
Operations & Production Management
ENG620
Safety Engineering
ENG622
Advanced Human Behavior in Organizations
ENG625
Human Resource Management
ENG635
Management Theory & Practice
ENG640
Advanced Accounting for Managers
ENG655
Readings in Engineering Management A
ENG656
Readings in Engineering Management B
ENG657
Readings in Engineering Management C
 
School of Engineering Management
Undergraduate Course
ENG325 Technology Management
Studies in the management of various technologies within the organization
ENG335 Information Technology Management
Studies in the management of the information technology within the organization
ENG345 Project Management
Studies in various aspects of project management
Graduate Course
ENG501 Production Operations Management
Studies in production operations management.
ENG502 Engineering Systems Management
Studies in the management systems within the engineering and construction environment
ENG503 Inventory Control & Management
Methods of procuring, managing and controlling the inventory.
ENG510 Financial Management
Financial accounting aspects for the manager
ENG520 Organizational Behavior
Elements of the current theory and research of individuals and small group behavior in the organization.
ENG530 Introduction to Production Economics
Analysis of production and cost theory and its use in managerial decision making
ENG550 Quality Planning & Analysis
Introduction to quality management, methods and techniques in quality and planning issues
ENG560 Logistics Management
Analysis of physical distribution and planning.
ENG567 Industrial Relations Management
Studies in labor-management relations.
ENG605 Purchasing and Materials Management
Topics include the management of the purchasing function, quality control, sourcing, price negotiation, inventory management, value analysis, capital equipment procurement and make or buy calculations.
ENG610 Advanced Quality Management
Advanced studies in total quality management, methods and techniques in quality assurance, statistical process control and acceptance sampling.
ENG615 Operations & Production Management
Study of selected techniques used in materials, production and operations management.
ENG620 Safety Engineering
Issues for the manager in engineering related to safety.
ENG622 Advanced Human Behavior in Organizations
Studies in current theory and research of individual and small group behavior in the organization.
ENG625 Human Resource Management
Studies in the recruitment, management and development of the human resources of the organization.
ENG635 Management Theory & Practice
Studies in modern management theories and practices
ENG640 Advanced Accounting for Managers
Studies in job, process and project cost accounting
ENG555/655 Readings in Engineering Management A
Selected studies in engineering management
ENG556/656 Readings in Engineering Management B
Selected studies in engineering management
ENG557/657 Readings in Engineering Management C
Selected studies in engineering management

School of Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Master of Science in Information Technology
Doctor of Science in Information Technology
Degree Major
B.S. Bachelor of Science Computer Science
M.S. Master of Science Computer Science
Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy Computer Science
 
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Requirement Of Graduation
Completion of 10 subjects
 
General Subjects
CSC105
Computer Systems
CSC106
Intro. To Information Systems
CSC107
Intro. To Software Engineering
CSC108
Software Development
CSC109
Web Development