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Overview Of Business Administration

The Department was founded in 1997, and grants both bachelor and master degrees in Business Administration.

Vision

To be a distinguished department in administrative sciences at the local and regional level.

Mission

To be one of the leading departments in Hadramout University  at the local and regional level in order to revive  the historical and civilized glory of Hadhramout and all Yemen, through building up capable leaders who can deal with all environmental developments locally, regionally and globally in order to contribute to the development of the whole Yemeni society. 

Objectives

  1. To prepare and build up students who are administratively specialized and needed by society.

  2. To provide students with quality sciences which qualify them for creativity  and problems analysis.

  3. To detailize students activities, in order to help them in the field of students' knowledge and link the theoretical side with the practical one.

  4. To establish scientific relations with administration Departments in the corresponding universities.

  5. To attract scientifically outstanding students.

  6. To apply scientific researches in the fields of business administration.

College’s Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration Program

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  • Study Plan :

     

     

    First Level/ First Semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit  Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Arabic Language (1)

    2

    -

    2

            2

    English Language (1)

    2

    -

    2

    2

    Principles of Administration (1)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Principles of Accounting (1)

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Microeconomic

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Mathematics

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Total

    16

    2

    16

    18

    Second Semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit  Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Arabic Language (2)

    2

    -

    2

    2

    English Language (2)

    2

    -

    2

    2

    Principles of Administration (2)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Principles of Accounting (2)

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Macroeconomic

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Statistics

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Total

    16

    2

    16

    18

    Second Level/ First Semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit  Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Islamic Culture (1)

    2

    -

    2

    2

    Principles of Computer Science

    2

    2

    3

    4

    Commercial Law

    3

    -

    3

    2

    Quantitative Methods

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Intermediate Accounting

    3

    1

    3

    3

    Marketing Management (1)

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Total

    19

    1

    19

    20

    Second Semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Islamic Culture (2)

    2

    -

    2

    2

    Commercial Correspondence (in English)

    2

    -

    2

    2

    Basics of Scientific Research

    2

    -

    2

    2

    Operation Researches (in English)

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Human Resource Management

    4

    -

    4

    4

    Marketing Management (2)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Total

    16

    1

    16

    17

    Third Level/ First Semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Financial Analysis

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Cost Accounting (1)

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Organization Theory

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Administrative Reading(in English)

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Management of Service Organizations

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Production & Operations Management(1)

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Total

    18

    4

    18

    22

    Second Semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Materials & Supply Management

    4

    -

    4

    4

    Cost Accounting (2)

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Financial Management

    3

    1

    3

    4

    Organizational Behavior

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Production & Operation Management (2)

    3

    -

    3

    4

    Accounting of Partnership & Persons

    3

    1

    3

    3

    Total

    19

    3

    19

    22

    Fourth Level/First semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Management Information System

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Managerial Accounting

    4

    1

    4

    5

    Quality Management systems

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Strategic Management  (1)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    International  Management 

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Risk & Insurance Management

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Total

    19

    1

    19

    20

    Second Semester

    Course Title

    Weekly Hours

    Credit Hours

    Actual Hours

    T

    P

    Computer Applications

    2

    2

    2

    4

    Electronic Management

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Bank Management

    3

    -

    3

    3

    International Marketing (In English)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Strategic Management (2)

    3

    -

    3

    3

    Graduation Research

    -

    4

    2

    4

    Total

    14

    6

    16

    20

     

     

     

  • Description of Courses :

    First: Description of the University Requirements:

    (U.R110): Arabic Language(1):

      This course focuses on the rules and fundamentals of Arabic language so that the student is qualified in the formulation of speech, sentences and formulate the phrases correctly.

    (U.R111): English Language(1):

    This course introduces English language terms and grammatical rules so the students can understand the subjects in the Department which are taught in English. This course also discusses the formulation and negation of questions, use of verbs, change of pronouns and how to make comparisons.

    (U.R120): Arabic Language(2):

     This course deals with Negative word(none), Dana and its related terms, a text from the Holy Quran, Khalifa Umar's Message in Judiciary, Five Objects,(While/ When) in subordinate clause, the common mistakes, Buhturi Seenya, the exception, the art of Mamluk lamentation and clarification.

    (U.R121): English Language(2):

     This course deals with the past, present, future, passive and selected stories to increase the student's linguistic vocabulary.

    (U.R 210): Islamic Culture (1):

    This course deals with the concept of culture linguistically and conceptually from the Islamic perspective so the student learns the differences between culture, science and civilization  and sources of Islamic culture and its characteristics. It also discusses some concepts, including: Intellectual invasion (its aims and motives, institutions of Orientalism and proselytizing and their means), contemporary trends (Freemasonry, Zionism, Secularism, Capitalism and Batiniyya) and the attitude of the Muslim from Western civilization and finally the Islamic media (its dimensions, the curriculum of Da'wa mechanisms and the impact of the media in the field of Da'wa).

    (U.R 220): Islamic Culture (2):

     This course deals with the general and most important  characteristics of Islamic civilization and shows the characteristics of the economic system in Islam. Moreover, this course deals with the following topics: the emergence of Islamic banks and their importance, the activities of Islamic banks and their conformity with the Islamic Shari'a rules, the rule of insurance in Islamic Shari'a. It also exposes the characteristics of the political system in Islam(Justice, Shura, consultation, State Powers, Ruler directing and dismissing, Foreign Policy) and addresses some of the problems and issues of the Arab and Islamic nation (fragmentation, backwardness, colonial domination, the case of Palestine, wars raging in the Islamic world).

    Second: Description of the College Requirements:

    (115)Mathematics:

     This course deals with numbers groups, Inequality and its solving methods, the concept of functions and their types, limits in terms of concept and types, derivatives and its laws, trigonometric functions and its derivatives.

    (222): Basics of Scientific Research:

    This course deals with the most important scientific research skills starting with introducing  the scientific research and its importance, scientific research approaches and tools, reaching to the correct scientific foundations in  preparing the scientific research in order to solve  problems through a scientific way of thinking and address them scientifically and objectively and finding possible solutions.

    (425) Graduation Research:

     The student selects one of the administrative topics under the guidance of the supervisor, uses the methods of scientific research and data collection, analysis and linking it to the problem, and identifies the statistical methods of solving it in order to enhance the practical and theoretical aspects for the student.

     Description of the Department Requirements:

    (112) Principles of Administration (1):

     This course deals with the basic principles of administration and the roles of the manager focusing on the roles of planning, organization and monitor, indicating the importance of each and its benefits in the workplace, as well as talking about the pioneers of administration and its most famous scientists.

    (113):Principles of Accounting (1):

    This course focuses on the organization and roles of accounting, foundations of recording financial events according to the principles and requirements, the treatment of capital and import cash operations, as well as it focuses on the accounting circle, registration, transfer, preparation of the balance of the audit, the discovering the accounting errors, and identification and process the commercial currencies arithmetically.

    (114) Microeconomics:

     This course deals with an introduction of economics, its relation to other sciences, supply and demand theory, utility theory, production and costs, labor market analysis and production elements in the markets of full competition and monopoly.

    (122) Principles of Administration(2):

     This course deals with the organization and its components, the importance of organizations and administration, the impact of industrialization on administration, levels and administrative skills, the historical development of administrative conception, administrative schools, including the classical school, behavioral school, modern school and Japanese administration. It also deals with modern styles of administration: administration (Z theory), administration by exception, administration of time and change and Japanese administration style.

     (123) Principles of Accounting (2):

     This course deals with preparation of final accounts, inventory adjustments for all elements, as well as prepaid and dues disposition of the Fixed Assets, then preparation of the financial statements, definition of the accounting methods, practical cases on the French and the American method.

    (124) Macroeconomic:

    This course deals with  the nature of macroeconomic, the problems addressed by the macroeconomic, national income, concepts and methods of calculating national income, theory of consumption and determinants of investment, investment theory, determinants of investment, economic balance, multiplier and accelerator, inflation theory, unemployment, financial policy, monetary policy, economic underdevelopment and the development and economy.

    (125): Statistics: 

     This course deals with the definition of statistics, data collection, analysis and interpretation, measures of central tendency, dispersion measures, correlation, regression, probability theory and statistical tests.

    (211) Principles of Computer Science:

     In this course an introduction of computer and its types are covered, besides the history of computer, the benefits of computer use in administration, stages of computer development in software and hardware, the most important parts of the hard and programming component and their types, programming languages and applications, elements of information technology, introduction to the Internet and searching it, Windows, MS-Word and identification of  the most important topics.

    (212): Commercial Law :

    This course deals with the basic and general principles that govern the classification of commercial activities and its own system from other non-commercial activities, and determining the legal status of the business professional whether individual traders or commercial companies, and indicate their obligations when they trade. It also includes the study of the general theory of business, the theory of business enterprise, the sources of Commercial Law  that governing  these businesses and its professionals and their obligations and study of commercial companies since foundation until the liquidation and expiration.

    (213): Quantitative Methods:

    This course provides an introduction to quantitative methods, their origin and definition, the concept of decision making, decision-making steps, decision theory, decision types (certainty, uncertainty and risk case) decision tree, game theory and queueing theory.

    (214) Intermediate Accounting:

     This course deals with the study of the financial status, such as cash  and its settlement, change list and its reconciliation, study of debtors and settlement of their allocation, study of the inventory and its settlement and types, study of the currency and its accounting processer, fixed assets in details and implications and preparation of final accounts.

    (215): Marketing Management(1):

    This course discusses the concept and importance of marketing and its beginnings, characteristics, functions and its relationship with other administrations in the organization. It also addresses the elements of the marketing mix and the most important strategies used in this regard.

     (221) Commercial Correspondence in English:

     This course deals with the study of commercial correspondence in terms of how to order the purchase of materials, processing of materials related to import and export of goods, documentary letters of credit and trade terms.

    (223) Operations Researches in English:

     This course gives an introduction to operations research through its development, definition and uses, as well as the stages of quantitative analysis and mathematical methods such as (linear and nonlinear programming) and defines it, its terms, benefits, methods of solving, formulating and sensitivity analysis. It also introduces the transfer styles and their  solving methods, situations and ways to improve that solution, besides, identifies business networks and Bert model in network analysis.

    (224): Human Resource Management:

    This course covers all aspects of human-related practices in the organization as a separate function like all the other organization's functions, of  labor force planning, administration of the labor  career rout and its recruiting , training and  development them , career analysis and making  a compensation and compensation program in the organization.

    (225): Marketing Management(2):

     This course includes marketing environment and identifies methods of market segmentation, study of the consumer behavior and the factors influencing it, as well as the behavior of industrial organizations.

    (310): Financial Analysis:

     This course deals with the concept of financial analysis, while addressing the objectives and beneficiaries of financial analysis as well as the approaches and methods of financial analysis. It also deals with the financial statements such as the list of sources' funds and their uses, cash flow list, leverage analysis (operational leverage, financial leverage, joint leverage) and financial analysis for integration purposes.

    (311) Cost Accounting(1):

     This course includes an introduction of the principles of cost accounting and studying the cost elements: materials and procedures of their purchase, storing, pricing methods and inventory, wage costs, timekeeping procedures, methods of calculating wages, accounting treatment and indirect industrial costs, with procedures for determination and leverage it to departments.

    (312)Organization Theory:

    This course introduces the student to the organization, its theories, components and forms, providing basic knowledge about the theory of the organization and the surrounding environment. It also aims to provide the student with the important knowledge related to the formulation of the organization's mission, objectives, its working strategies and organizational culture. Moreover, this course identifies the impact of environmental variables on the organization performance, in addition to showing the role of human factors and its impact on performance, and it gives special attention to the reform and administrative development in public and private organizations.

    (313) Accounting of Partnership and Persons:

     This course deals with the definition of partnership and procedures of its formation, partners' shares, distribution of profits and losses, cases of changes in capital (increase or decrease), withdrawal or entry of partner with the related accounting treatments and liquidation of partnership.

    (314) Management of Service organizations:

    This course deals with hospitals management in terms of its concept and nature, quality standards of medical service and the organizational structure of hospitals. It deals with the study of construction organizations in terms of concept and importance, the nature of the activity of construction organizations. Besides the study of hotel management in terms of hotel industry concept and its characteristics, types of hotels and their organizational structure.

    (315) Production and Operations Management(1):

    This course deals with the concept and importance of production management and the related operations and policies, production and operations systems, the concept of productivity and some related terms, the concept of productivity and the factors that affecting production efficiency and methods of measuring it, selection of the suitable location for the organization and the organization's internal planning and the most important problems facing it.

    (320) Materials & Supply Management:

    This course includes the concept and importance of materials management and the most prominent powers and responsibilities of this management in the organization. This course includes two parts: Purchase Function with all works related to the procurement of the organization's materials requirements and storage function with all the works related to the preservation and safety of stored materials until the time they need to be used or resold.

    (321) Cost Accounting(2):

    This course deals with the method of production orders and the accounting treatments of the cost elements, the method of production stages and the preparation of phase reports in two ways: Average cost, and the principle of first come, first served, study the distribution of joint costs and by-products, standard costs, standard costing of materials and wages, indirect industrial costs and identification and analysis of the associated deviations.

    (322) Financial Management:

    This course deals with the concept, characteristics and roles of financial administration, roles of the financial head, asset management, working capital management, cash and inventory management and fixed asset management. It also deals with different funding sources in organizations.

    (323) Organizational Behavior:

     This course deals with the concept of human behavior in organization, the concept of organizational behavior and its theories, the relationship of organizational behavior to other sciences, the concept and stages of the perception process, personality and its dimensions and theories, motivation and the concept and rules of learning, groups and theories of groups formation, as well as, the patterns of organizational behavior , organizational conflict and organizational creativity.

    (324) Production & Operation Management:

     This course deals with the concept and importance of prediction and its main components, patterns of change in demand, quantitative and descriptive prediction methods, the concept of production capacity, its importance and different types, production scheduling, The production control pattern and the most important scheduling entries.

    (325) Administrative Readings (in English):

    This course(Administrative Readings in English) was conducted as a complement of  the Business Correspondence course so that the third level students of Business Administration can identify the most practical terms used in this field and in the other various fields of management, production, marketing, business activities and commercial correspondence.

    (410) Management Information System (MIS):

    This course introduces students to the main concepts and topics in MIS, that including definitions of systems, information, management information systems, its important role in organizations and institutions, information systems infrastructure, communication networks through which institutions are connected, how to build, manage and protect information systems. In addition, it introduces students to the functional information systems, transaction systems and decision-making systems at different administrative levels.

    (411) Managerial Accounting:

     This course deals with the definition of management accounting and its relation to other sciences, the scope of management accounting, planning methods, the break-even, the relationship between cost, size and profit and planning budgets which are represented in the operational budgets, sales budgets, management budgets and investment budget.

    (412) Quality Management Systems:

    This course deals with the concept and importance of quality, the concept of quality in Islam, the dimensions and characteristics of the product and service, the cost of quality, the concept of quality control and how to apply the control maps on the quality and its different types, the concepts of the comprehensive quality management system and its main principles, requirements and stages of implementation and the concept of the ISO system and its application requirements.

    (413) Strategic Management (1):

    This course gives students a definition of strategic management as a managerial responsibility and as a modern method in the management of business organizations in an integrated strategic manner, through presenting a sample of strategic management process and its various phases. In this course the first two phases are covered; which are the environmental analysis in all its dimensions and levels, then the stage of formulation of the appropriate strategies. That is in addition to general introductions about strategic management and its historical development.

    (414) International Management:

    This course gives an introduction to the global business, its origin and definition, the reasons for entering international markets, the difficulties that are faced and the development stages of the enterprises domestic into international ones. It also introduces the types of companies that conduct international business, international management processes, and all the possible forms of access to the international markets in details. 

     (415) Risk & Insurance Management:

     This course deals with the concept of risk, its characteristics and the objective and personal causes of it. It also deals with the concept of insurance, the two parties of the insurance contract (insurer and insured), the basic and legal principles of the insurance contract, types of insurance contract (Life insurance, marine insurance, auto insurance, fire insurance), reinsurance, and Islamic insurance.

    (420) PC Applications:

     This course basically studies the spreadsheet (Excel 2010) so that the student can learn about the concept of spreadsheet, how to deal with them and differentiate between the terms used. Also the student learns how to deal with formulas, equations , coordinate cells, sheets and works and link them together as required. This course also studies the different diagram and how to input them, as well as the sheets preparation and printing.

    (421) Electronic Managemet:

    This course discusses the definition of the Electronic Administration and its importance for the individuals, governments and the private communities in our time. It also explains how to use the Electronic Administration and its building stages, then it expands to include the patterns of the electronic administration as e-government, e-commerce and electronic documentation.

    (422) Bank Management:

    This course deals with the concepts of financial banking and addressing the types of banks such as central banks, commercial banks, diversified banks, specialized banks, Islamic banks, basic functions of banks, deposit acceptance function and lending function and liquidity in banks.

    (423) International Marketing: 

    This course discusses the nature of the international marketing, theories of behavior in the international marketing, international marketing environment, information systems and researches of the international marketing, selection strategies, product design, pricing policies and promotion and distribution strategies. 

    (421) Strategic Management (2):

    This course is considered as a complement of the previous course "Strategy Management 1" where the remaining stages of strategic management and its work model are addressed through the implementation of strategies and finally applying the monitor and the strategic assessment.

Master of Business Administration(MBA)

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  • Overview :

      The idea of setting up MBA program has come because of the need of business organizations in Hadhramout governorate in particular and Yemen in general. In addition to the need of some other countries to such program to manage its administrative, operational, financial and human operations. That is besides the changes that appear in the local and regional environment.

     Since the establishment of this program, Business Administration Department at the College of Administrative Sciences takes the needs of both the targets and the beneficiaries of the program outcomes into consideration. Therefore, it has used precise standards that conform with the international standards in the selection and description of the courses for the preparatory year of the program.

      This program seeks to meet the needs of different sectors in the country of human competencies who are practically qualified in various areas of business administration to contribute in improving the  performance of administrative processes, and solving the administrative problems faced by contemporary organizations, as well as, dealing with variables of the changing environment, specifically the competitive environments.

      In designing this program the international standards and the requirements of the labor market are taken into consideration in the colleges of Business Administration. Similar programs have been adopted in many departments of Business Administration in many well known Yemeni, Arab and international universities.

  • Importance :

     

    1. It is basically relies on modern business administration concepts as a basis for supporting the development and improvement of organizations' performance.
    2. It qualifies the students of the program to lead their organizations.
    3. It provides BSc. graduates (Bachelor) of Business Administration in Hadhramout University to pursue their postgraduate studies.  
    4. It allows the graduates of Business Administration departments from various Yemeni and non-Yemeni universities that are recognized by the Yemeni Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to complete their postgraduate studies. 
  • Study Plan :

     

    Preparatory Year

    Compulsory Courses for First Semester

    Course Title

    Credit Hours

    Advanced Production & operations  management

    3

    Advanced Organization Theory

    3

    Advanced Marketing Management

    3

    Operations Research & Quantitative Methods

    3

    Recent trends in Business Administration

    3

    Elective Courses for First Semester

    Course Title

    Credit Hours

    Advanced Management Information Systems

    3

    Advanced Total Quality Management

    3

    Advanced Organizational Behavior

    3

    Compulsory Courses  for Second Semester

    Course Title

    Credit Hours

    Advanced Financial Management

    3

    Advanced Strategic Management

    3

    Advanced Human Resource Management

    3

    Research Methodology in Business Administration

    3

    Sales Management & Consumer Behavior

    3

    Elective Courses for Second Semester

    Course Title

    Credit Hours

    Applied Statistics in Business Administration

    3

    Advanced International Business Administration

    3

    Advanced Project Management

    3

     

     

  • Description of Courses :

    First: First Semester Courses:

    Compulsory Courses:

    1.Advanced Production and Operations Management:

      In this course, MBA program students recognize the nature, importance and functions of production and operations management and they learn the management of operations such as, operations strategy, productivity improvement, methods of evaluating and selecting the location of the industrial project, and internal arrangement of the factory. Moreover, students of this course learn about different topics, like production planning, production scheduling, production monitoring, material management in the industrial process, inventory management systems and supply management. Students also learn a number of advanced topics in production processes such as manufacturing by computer and others.

    2.Advanced Organization Theory:

     Studying this course gives MBA students knowledge about the nature, importance and characteristics of the organization and its dimensions as an open system, analyzing its components, the entrances of its design and the principles on which it is based, as well as the most important modern theories that have touched on the study of the organization. It also enables the students to learn the nature of the organizational structures, quality culture, building and designing the organizational structures of the organizations, the basic challenges facing the organization's organizational design process, the factors influencing the work and activities of the organization. In addition, it introduces the students to modern topics on organizational conflict, creativity, the organizational changes and improvements, Organizational behavior of employees within the organization, and other advanced topics related to the organization's theory. 

    3.Advanced Marketing Management:

       In this course students learn about the intellectual and contemporary concepts and trends in marketing and the requirements of marketing decision that are based on the results of the strategic analysis of the marketing environment, and how to diagnose the gaps by using the necessary analysis tools for the components of the marketing mix, as well as how to measure trends of consumers and markets and to analyze the results of these trends. The students also learn about advanced topics on the elements of the marketing mix (product, pricing, distribution, promotion), topics related to the international marketing, marketing environment, marketing researches, e-marketing and other advanced marketing topics that enable the students to perform marketing tasks efficiently.

    4.Operations Research and Quantitative Methods:

    During this course, students in the Business Administration department know about the nature of operations researches and its importance in making appropriate and sound management decisions. Students also be familiar with several advanced topics in operational researches and quantitative methods such as linear programming, models or methods of data transferring, inventory systems, queueing, and other topics related to operations researches and quantitative methods, which can benefit the administrative decision maker before taking decisions, especially strategic decisions.

    5.Recent Trends in Business Administration:

     During this course, students learn about the new concepts, principles and intellectual trends that may accompany current topics related to business administration. As the idea of teaching this course is to provide the students of the Master's module with current topics in the field of business management and its branches, so that students can keep up with the latest developments in the field of business administration.

    Elective Courses:

    1.Advanced Management Information Systems:

     In this course, students learn about the concept, importance, types and characteristics of Management Information Systems, and learn how to manage information technology in order to increase the efficiency of administrative and operational processes in business organizations of different sizes and activities. Students also learn how to use information technology to provide an accurate and comprehensive database of the organization. In addition, students learn a number of topics related to Management Information Systems, such as information support systems, information systems management, and others.

    2.Advanced total quality management:

      In this course, students learn about the nature and importance of total quality management, the most important principles of total quality management, such as the principle of continuous improvement,  consumer satisfaction principle, the principle of involving employees in decision-making and others. They also learn about the statistical methods used in measuring and controlling quality, such as quality control, benchmarking and other methods. Students also learn the necessary skills for applying  the practices of the total quality administration in industrial, service organizations and other.

    3.Advanced Organizational Behavior:

    In this course, students learn about the nature of organizational behavior, reacted  factors in the organizational behavior, organizational theory and administrative behavior, perception, trends, values, personality, education, work pressure and frustration, organizational behavior and organizational culture, human motivation, and enforcement organizational climate, organizational change and development, organizational conflict, organizational creativity, impact of recent trends on management, organizational behavior outcomes, organizational behavior future, and other organizational behavior topics.

    Second: Second Semester Courses:

    Compulsory Courses :

    1.Advanced Financial Management:

     During the course, students learn about the nature of financial management and their importance in the work of various business organizations. Students also learn about financial analysis tools that help to make administrative decisions and various topics related to the financial management such as: current value of cash, capital planning methods, financial markets, portfolios, risk measures, profit distribution, capital structure, cash flow assessment, profit distribution policies, organization financing methods, and other financial management issues.

    2.Advanced Strategic Management:

     During this course of their studies, students learn about the nature and importance of strategic management in the work of business organizations, especially under the accelerating changes of the surrounding environment circumstances. Students also learn about advanced topics in strategic management such as strategic management stages, strategic thinking, strategic planning, strategic analysis, types of strategies in business organizations, evaluation of management strategies, as well as, referring to reference to realistic case studies drawn from the activities of international organizations, and other courses that enable students to acquire the necessary skill which get them to understand the strategic administration correctly.

    3.Advanced Human Resource Management:

      In this course, students learn about the nature and importance of human resource management and modern methods in human resource development. Students also learn about several advanced topics related to human resource management such as human resource planning, human resource attraction and selection, recruitment of human resource, human resource motivation and training, human resource performance assessment, and human resource promotion. In addition, students learn several other topics such as: job analysis and design, case analysis method, job rout design, human resource information systems, and other topics related to human resource activity that increase the efficiency of human resources management in any organization.

    4.Research Methodology in Business Administration:

     In this course students of Master Program deals with a definition of the fundamentals of the scientific research, its importance, objectives and characteristics. Students also learn how to write the steps of administrative scientific research. They are introduced to the methods or sources of data collection, methods of data analysis as the parametric and non-parametric methods and others, as well as the ways of documenting data and information on administrative researches and how to write administrative research reports. Students then apply all what they learn during this course in business management field. 

    5.Sales management and consumer behavior:

    This course covers topics in sales management such as the nature, importance, functions and strategies of sales management. It also deals with topics related to the planning and organizing of sales activities, stimulating and supervising of sales forces, and  monitoring   the sales activities. This course also discusses sales stages and sales arts and addresses other topics about purchasing and consuming behavior of individuals and organizations, and the factors influencing it. The course discusses the theories that deal with the behavior of the consumer and how to use and apply them effectively in the plans of marketing organizations.

    Elective Courses:

    1.Applied Statistics in Business Administration:

      In this course students learn about the nature and importance of statistical methods used in the field of business administration and data analysis of the scientific researches such as thesis and otherStudents also learn about the specific criteria of measuring the validity of the research tool and they learn a number of topics that are related to applied statistics in business administration field such as: measures of central tendency, analysis of variance (ANOVA), linear correlation, simple regression, multiple regression, etc. During the course students also learn how to use modern statistical software that is used in data analysis in the field of business administration. 

    2. Advanced International Business Administration:

     During this course, students learn about the nature and importance of international management, and the methods and approaches adopted by business organizations in the field of international business. Students also learn the stages of transforming organizations from local framework to the international one, the ways of  accessing the international markets such as export, industrializing / licensing, franchising, merging, strategic alliances, etc, in addition to the issues related to international organizations such as multinationals and others. They  also learn about the factors that  influence the work of organizations in the international environment, the international managers, their characteristics and other subjects related to international management.

    3.Advanced projects management:   

     During this course, students learn about the nature of the advanced projects management and types of projects such as max-projects, mid-projects, and mini-projects. The course also discusses the functions and areas of project work, how to establish projects and choose their location and their life cycle, planning their profits and managing their costs and risk, the requirements and integration of projects, the role of projects in supporting the national economy, in addition to providing students of this program with the important  Yemeni institutions in the world of projects management.   

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