The Faculty of Business Administration offers the following programs at Tripoli Campus:

Program Description

To receive a Bachelor Degree in Accounting, a student must satisfactorily complete 100 credit hours with an overall minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 + ICDL (International Computer Driving License).

Career Opportunities: Tax Accountant - Cost Accountant - Managerial Accountant - Internal Auditor - External Auditor - Governmental Auditor - Finance Controller - Finance Director.


Academic Staff :

Chairperson Prof. Wajdi Hijazi
Associate Professor Dr. Ali ElHaridy
Assistant Professors Dr. Mohammad Mandour, Dr. Ekramy Mokhtar, Dr. Rasha Mahboub
Part-time Lecturers Mrs. Rasha Noureddine, Mrs. Rasha Bou Hamdan, Dr. Rjaa Sherif

Mission:

  • Produce internationally competitive graduates capable of succeeding in their chosen profession by offering timely, relevant, high-quality educational services
  • Provide leadership supporting the accounting profession, business, government, and obtain national and international recognition in teaching, research and other services
  • Maintain curricula that are of high quality and responsive to the needs of our stakeholders
  • Foster interaction among internal and external stakeholder

Objectives:

  • Prepare students for different careers in the field of accounting
  • Provide students with knowledge and understanding of accounting and auditing theory and practice
  • Provide a foundation in the methods and applications of internal and external accountin
  • Equip students for further academic and / or professional studies

Learning Outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding

  • Understand the basics and foundational concepts related to accounting.
  • Analyze how accounting may provide information that help managers in carrying out their jobs.
  • Follow innovative accounting practices.
  • Understand the different aspects of internal and external accounting.

b. Intellectual Skills

  • Analyze and evaluate accounting information for decision making
  • Evaluate the role of accounting in manufacturing, merchandizing (trading), services, governmental and non-profit organizations.
  • Develop effective communication skills

c. Practical and Professional Skills

  • Conduct research through the creation, extraction and analysis of different theories and current practices.
  • Apply relevant software and programs in order to better analyze accounting information for internal and external users.
  • Formulate and implement operating and financial budgets.

d. General and Transferable Skills

  • Communicate verbally.
  • Deliver presentations on various accounting topics.
  • Analyze financial statements in an organized form.
  • Make effective use of IT tools in the field of accounting.
  • Undertake effective financial presentation for external and internal users.
  • Engage in different seminars and workshops.

Degree Requirements:

The credit hours required to earn a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration (Accounting Major) is 100 credit hours + ICDL.

Career Opportunities:

Graduates may seek employment in different settings, since accounting and auditing are necessary for a wide variety of businesses, Government, tax authority, auditing firms (CPA firms) and banks. Hence, our graduates may find careers in accounting, internal auditing, corporate governance, external auditing, budgeting preparation, product costing and cost control, financial accounting, and managerial accounting.

Some career options include:

Tax Accountant; Cost Accountant; Managerial Accountant; Internal Auditor; External Auditor; Governmental Auditor; Finance Controller; Finance Director.

Study Plan:

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
First Semester
BACC201 Principles of Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO201 Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH201 Business Math 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN201 Business Law 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN203 Business Communications 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN204 Business Ethics 2 2 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Second Semester
BACC202 Principles of Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO202 Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT202 Principels of Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH202 Business Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Third Semester
BACC301 Intermediate Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT302 Operations Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS301 Management Information Systems I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT301 Principles of Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 4 4 Crs Major E
Fourth Semester
BACC302 Intermediate Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN302 Financial Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFSC302 Taxation Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT304 Strategic Management 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
Fifth Semester
BACC401 Corporation & Partnership Accounting 3 3 Lec Major R
BACC403 Cost Accounting 3 3 Lec Major R
BACC405 Accounting Information Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 6 6 Crs Major E
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
Sixth Semester
BACC402 Auditing 3 3 Lec Major R
BACC404 Managerial Accounting 3 3 Lec Major R
BACC406 Tax Accounting 3 3 Lec Major R
BACC410 Senior Project & Internship 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR

Major Electives(Major E)

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
BACC411 Governmental Accounting 3 3 Lec Major E
BACC412 International Accounting 3 3 Lec Major E
BACC413 Advanced Cost & Managerial Accounting 3 3 Lec Major E
BACC414 Advanced Financial Accounting 3 3 Lec Major E
BACC415 Cost Accounting for Restaurants & Hotels 3 3 Lec Major E
BACC416 Hospitality Managerial Accounting 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO406 Managerial Economics 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT404 Entrepreneurship & Venture Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS302 Management Information Systems II 3 3 Lec Major E
BUSN420 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 3 Lec Major E

Program Description

To receive a Bachelor Degree in Banking & Finance, a student must satisfactorily complete 100 credit hours with an overall minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 + ICDL (International Computer Driving License).

Career Opportunities: Banking Professional - Credit Analyst - Banking Teller - Personal Financial Advisory - Loans Officer - Financial Analyst - Financial Controller - Risk Analyst - Broker - Investment Banker - Security Analyst.


Academic Staff :

Chairperson Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Professors Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Associate Professor Dr. Alaa Abbas, Dr. Rania Mostafa
Assistant Professors Dr. Amr Samy, Dr. AbdulRahman Beydoun
Lecturers Mrs Rachel Saad
Part-time Lecturers Dr. Pierre Khoury, Mr. Ayman Bazzi, Mr. Karim Bourdoukali

Mission :

The mission of the Banking and Finance major is to prepare qualified students for various careers in the financial field. This is achieved through a structured curriculum that enables students to analyze and critically assess an entity’s financial conditions and values.

Objectives :

The bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Banking and Finance enables students to demonstrate a wide-range of financial competences and skills. A major in Banking and Finance aims at:

  • Ensuring an exceptional and distinctive learning experience.
  • Providing an educational environment in which students become skilled in actively pursuing the specific discipline of banking and finance.
  • Providing a basic understanding of how to apply key financial concepts and theories.
  • Developing financial technical skills.
  • Understanding how to integrate among areas of management, economics, accounting and finance.
  • Demonstrating the skills necessary to tackle problems within the complex world of international finance and banking.
  • Preparing and implementing findings directed at the evaluation of corporate, market, investment and risk management situations.
  • Demonstrating business and cultural skills related to the professional workplace in a local and international context.

Learning Outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding

  • Understand the basic and foundational topics relevant to the business environment.
  • Describe how finance is integrated with business domains.
  • Follow up on contemporary theories for selected aspects of banking and finance.
  • Recognize the mechanism of investment procedures, financial assets allocations and financial strategies within a business. Banking & Finance Major
  • Provide the basis knowledge related to finance theories and models.
  • Provide a foundation in the methods and applications of evaluation in the fields of finance.
  • Acquire adequate knowledge in related fields of accounting, management and economics.
  • Examine methods of managing funds.
  • Differentiate between corporate finance management, investments and financial institutions.

b. Intellectual Skills

  • Demonstrate a solid foundation of the concepts and theories of finance.
  • Evaluate economic, business and financial information for decision making.
  • Evaluate the role of finance for individual organizations and for society as a whole.
  • Undertake effective problem-solving and decision-making using appropriate quantitative and qualitative financial techniques.
  • Attain good negotiation skills in the field of financial management.
  • Build commercial awareness and interests.

c. Practical and Professional Skills

  • Conduct research through the creation, extraction and analysis of financial information.
  • Apply relevant software and programs in order to better analyze financial data.
  • Formulate and implement strategies in financial organizations.
  • Apply creative, logical and critical thinking to respond effectively to financial issues and financial crises.
  • Analyze how corporations deal with financial problems.

d. General and Transferable Skills

  • Communication skills.
  • Presentations skills.
  • Analyze financial data in an organized form.
  • Make effective use of IT tools in the field of finance.
  • Work in a team.
  • Interpersonal skills.
  • Time management skills.

Degree Requirements :

The undergraduate curriculum for the degree of Bachelor in Business Administration (Banking and Finance Major) consists of 100 credit hours of course work + ICDL.

Career Opportunities :

Graduates may seek employment in multiple professional settings, since finance professionals are necessary in a wide variety of businesses and organizations.

Hence, our graduates may find careers in payroll, real estate, budget analysis, investor relations, financial reporting and among other areas.

Some career options include:

Banking Professional; Credit Analyst; Personal Financial Advisor; Loans Officer; Financial Analyst; Financial Controller; Risk Analyst; Investments Banker; Security Analyst; Lending Officer; Financial Planner

Study Plan:

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
First Semester
BACC201 Principles of Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO201 Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH201 Business Math 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN201 Business Law 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN203 Business Communications 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN204 Business Ethics 2 2 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Second Semester
BACC202 Principles of Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO202 Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT202 Principels of Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH202 Business Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Third Semester
BACC301 Intermediate Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT302 Operations Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS301 Management Information Systems I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT301 Principles of Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 4 4 Crs Major E
Fourth Semester
BACC302 Intermediate Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN302 Financial Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFSC302 Taxation Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT304 Strategic Management 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
Fifth Semester
BFIN401 Security Analysis 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN403 Portfolio Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN405 Principles of Insurance 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 6 6 Crs CUR
Sixth Semester
BFIN402 Islamic Banking 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN404 Bank Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN406 Fundamentals of Risk Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN410 Senior Project & Internship 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR

Major Electives(Major E)

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
BECO402 Money & Banking 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO405 Public Finance & Fiscal Policy 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO417 Applied Econometrics 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN411 Real Estate Finance 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN412 Financial Institutions & Capital Markets 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN413 Derivatives 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN414 International Finance 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN415 Credit & Risk Analysis 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS302 Management Information Systems II 3 3 Lec Major E
BUSN420 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 3 Lec Major E

Program Description

To receive a Bachelor Degree in Economics, a student must satisfactorily complete 100 credit hours with an overall minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 +ICDL (International Computer Driving License).

Career Opportunities: Market Analyst - Securities Broker - Investment Analyst - Loan Officer - Statistician Demographer - Urban/Regional Planner - Business Manager - Purchasing Agent - Supply-chain Analyst - Research Assistant - Bank Officer - Real Estate Agent - Budget Analyst - Pricing Analyst - Financial Analyst - Insurance Analyst - Real Estate Appraiser.


Academic Staff :

Chairperson Prof. Eman Attia
Professors Prof. Eman Attia
Associate Professor Dr. Abdallah Nassereddine
Assistant Professors Dr. Hanadi Taher, Dr. Mohammad Balouza
Part-time Lecturers Mr. Mohammad Alaa Kaddour, Mrs Maggie Houshaimi

Mission :

The primary mission of the Economics Department is to offer educational opportunities to students in order to prepare them to become accomplished citizens and professionals capable of critical thinking and independent analysis. The economics major places an emphasis on excellence in teaching through continuous professional development in instruction, as well as, in applied and theoretical economic research.

Objectives :

The Economics major at the Faculty of Business Administration was established to prepare graduates for careers in various areas. The economic major enables students to perform technical and managerial functions for life-long career development.

The major introduces students to the theoretical, scientific and practical basis that enables them to acquire professional competences that meet future needs and job opportunities in Lebanon and abroad.

Learning Outcomes :

a- Knowledge and Understanding

  • Define the nature of economics.
  • Describe the functioning of a market economy through different approaches.
  • Demonstrate key knowledge and skills in disciplines specific to business and economics.
  • Demonstrate competence in applying fundamental concepts, models and analytical tools for operations related to economics in service organizations.
  • Explain basic concepts and operations in economics.

b- Intellectual Skills

  • Formulate economic strategies.
  • Analyze determinants of consumer behavior and purchase decision-making processes by using different perspectives and methods.
  • Apply analytical problem-solving skills to identify key trends and exploit emerging business opportunities.

c- Practical and Professional Skills

  • Assess and justify the behavior of markets.
  • Apply microeconomic tools in real economic contexts.
  • Evaluate business opportunities emerging from business operations through economic approaches.
  • Formulate and implement economic theories in real life contexts.

d- General and Transferable Skills

  • Integrate several micro and macroeconomic models to explain the behavior of markets.
  • Combine production and cost, short run and long run, and profit and revenues to assess the behavior of markets.
  • Demonstrate and apply current information technology skills in conjunction with economic knowledge to economic system designs.
  • Make effective use of IT tools in the field of economic and financial analysis.

Degree Requirements :

The undergraduate curriculum for the degree of Bachelor in Business Administration (Economics major) consists of 100 credit hours of course work + ICDL.

Career Opportunities:

Economics graduates may be employed by large private or public organizations, profit or non-profit organizations, governmental or local authorities, consultation firms and much more.

Some career options include:

Market Analyst; Investments Analyst; Urban/Regional Planner; Research Assistant; Securities Broker; Supply-Chain Analyst; Real Estate Agent; Budget Analyst; Insurance Analyst; Real Estate Appraiser.

Study Plan:

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
First Semester
BACC201 Principles of Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO201 Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH201 Business Math 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN201 Business Law 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN203 Business Communications 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN204 Business Ethics 2 2 Lec Major R
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR
Second Semester
BACC202 Principles of Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO202 Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT202 Principels of Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH202 Business Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR
Third Semester
BECO301 Intermediate Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT302 Operations Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS301 Management Information Systems I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT301 Principles of Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- University Requirements 4 4 Crs CUR
Fourth Semester
BECO302 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BFIN302 Financial Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFSC302 Taxation Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT304 Strategic Management 3 3 Lec Major R
------- University Requirements 2 2 Crs CUR
Fifth Semester
BECO401 Economic Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO403 International Economics 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO405 Public Finance & Fiscal Policy 3 3 Lec Major R
------- University Requirements 2 2 Crs CUR
------- Major Electives 6 6 Crs Major E
Sixth Semester
BECO402 Money & Banking 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO404 Economics of Risk & Uncertainty 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO406 Managerial Economics 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO410 Senior Project & Internship 3 3 Lec Major R
------- University Requirements 2 2 Crs CUR
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E

Major Electives(Major E)

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
BECO411 Environmental Economics 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO412 Health Economics 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO413 Labor Economics 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO414 Introduction to Econometrics 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO415 Islamic Economics 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO416 Economic Development 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN412 Financial Institutions & Capital Markets 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT306 Human Resource Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS302 Management Information Systems II 3 3 Lec Major E
BUSN420 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 3 Lec Major E

Program Description

To receive a Bachelor Degree in Accounting, a student must satisfactorily complete 100 credit hours with an overall minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 +ICDL (International Computer Driving License).

Career Opportunities: Travel Agent - Tour Operator - Heritage Specialist - Housekeeping Supervisor - Executive Conference Manager - Executive Meeting Manager - Food and Beverage Manager - Front Desk Agent - Director of Hotel Operations - Shift Leader - Wedding Coordinator.


Academic Staff :

Chairperson Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Professors Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Associate Professor Dr. Alaa Abbas, Dr. Rania Mostafa
Assistant Professors Dr. Asrar Deeb, Dr. Amr Samy, Dr. AbdulRahman Beydoun, Mrs Rachel Saad, Dr. Nasser Issa
Part-time Lecturers Dr. Ahmad Farhat, Dr. Ali Awdi, Dr. Mostafa Kamleh, Dr. Pierre Khoury, Mr. Ayman Bazzi, Mr. Karim Bourdoukali, Mr Khaled Fayed

Mission :

The mission of the Hospitality and Tourism Management major is committed to academic excellence through the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the tourism business. It also seeks to provide Lebanon and the Middle East with graduates, who have the knowledge, skills and behaviour required to achieve successful engagement in the tourism career. It also prepares its graduates to engage in life-long learning and be capable of carrying out tourism and hospitality management with competence.

Objectives :

  • Provide a high standard education suitable for individuals seeking employment as professionals in the tourism, hospitality, and tourist-guiding career.
  • Provide the Lebanese and the Middle East tourist market with the professional human resources required in all fields of the tourism industry.
  • Produce graduates capable of communicating and working effectively in a multidisciplinary environment after graduation.
  • Evaluate current cultural, economic and social issues affecting the tourism and travel industry.
  • Participate in both local and regional community services by providing general lectures, consultation, and training programs.

Learning Outcomes:

a- Knowledge and Understanding

  • Demonstrate knowledge of computer applications, management information systems, and quantitative methods.
  • Demonstrate effective written and interpersonal communication skills. Moreover, acquire knowledge of a global perspective and diversity issues as related to hospitality management.

b- Intellectual Skills

  • Develop an awareness of the various career opportunities and options within the hospitality industry.
  • Analyze legal and ethical considerations affecting foodservice and lodging organizations.
  • Integrate outstanding guest service quality, server-guest relationships, and ethics.

c- Practical and Professional Skills

  • Apply knowledge of financial management to operations related to hospitality management.
  • Examine foundations of management, leadership, and human resources in hospitality management.

d- General and Transferable Skills

  • Provide the student with a “real life” experience in the hospitality industry.
  • Apply and improve written, oral, and non-verbal communication skills.
  • Evaluate the organization and the functions of the hospitality industry.
  • Practice effective sales techniques and procedures including marketing, public relations and entrepreneurship within the industry.
  • Perform essential food production and cost control strategies.

Degree Requirements :

The undergraduate curriculum for the degree of Bachelor in Business Administration (Hospitality and Tourism Management Major) consists of 100 credit hours of course work + ICDL.

Career Opportunities :

The Bachelor of Business Administration in Hospitality and Tourism Management gives the graduates access to top positions and a wide range of career opportunities in different types of businesses including hotels, eco-tourism, cruise ships, events, sports and leisure management and much more.

Some career options include:

Travel Agent; Tour Operator; Heritage Specialist; Housekeeping Supervisor; Executive Conference Manager; Executive Meeting Manager; Food and Beverage Manager; Front Desk Agent; Director of Hotel Operations; Shift Leader; Wedding Coordinator.

Study Plan:

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
First Semester
BACC201 Principles of Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO201 Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH201 Business Math 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN201 Business Law 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN203 Business Communications 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN204 Business Ethics 2 2 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Second Semester
BACC202 Principles of Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO202 Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT202 Principels of Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH202 Business Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Third Semester
BHOT301 Introduction to Hospitality Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT302 Operations Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS301 Management Information Systems I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT301 Principles of Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 4 4 Crs Major E
Fourth Semester
BFIN302 Financial Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFSC302 Taxation Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BHOT302 Lodging Management & Operations 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT304 Strategic Management 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
Fifth Semester
BACC415 Cost Accounting for Restaurants and Hotels 3 3 Lec Major R
BHOT401 Food & Beverage Production and Control 3 3 Lec Major R
BHOT403 Event Planning & Management 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 6 6 Crs CUR
Sixth Semester
BACC416 Hospitality Managerial Accounting 3 3 Lec Major R
BHOT402 Hotel Operations 3 3 Lec Major R
BHOT404 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
BHOT410 Senior Project & Internship 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR

Major Electives(Major E)

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
BECO406 Managerial Economics 3 3 Lec Major E
BHOT411 Travel Agency & Tour Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BHOT412 Eco & Cultural Tourism 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT306 Human Resource Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT404 Entrepreneurship & Venture Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT413 Logistics & Supply Chain Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMKT302 Services Marketing 3 3 Lec Major E
BMKT401 Marketing Research 3 3 Lec Major E
BMKT412 Professional Selling 3 3 Lec Major E
BUSN420 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 3 Lec Major E

Program Description

To receive a Bachelor Degree in Management, a student must satisfactorily complete 100 credit hours with an overall minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 + ICDL (International Computer Driving License).

Career Opportunities: Administrative Assistant - Assistant Manager - Production Control Manager - Technical Consultant - Office Manager - Administrative Manager - Development Officer - Senior Manager of Contact - Human Resources Specialist - Information Services Supervisor - Branch Manager - Policy Maker - Information Systems Manager - Customer Service Manager - Labor Relations Specialist - Entrepreneur - Market Research Analyst.


Academic Staff :

Chairperson Dr. Alaa Abbas
Professors Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Associate Professor Dr. Rania Mostafa
Assistant Professors Dr. Amr Samy, Dr. AbdulRahman Beydoun, Dr. Nasser Easa
Lecturers Mrs Rachel Saad
Part-time Lecturers Dr. Mostafa Kamleh, Dr. Pierre Khoury, Mr. Ayman Bazzi, Mr. Karim Bourdoukali

Mission :

Our mission is to educate business leaders by providing students with quality education through outstanding faculty members and to help them to become educational resources. In pursuing our mission, we:

  • Maintain quality academic programs that promote student success in their chosen career and responsible contributors to their communities;
  • Support and expect academic staff members to engage in applied business and professional activities that complement the academic commitment to the students, the region, and beyond.

Objectives :

The Bachelor of Business Administration Degree with a major in Management, enables students to demonstrate a wide–range of technical, creative and conceptual skills. It allows the student to have the opportunity to analyze, diagnose and execute judgments across a broad range of management functions.

The Department aims to:

  • Ensure an exceptional and distinctive learning experience for all students.
  • Provide a comprehensive curriculum of study which develops management knowledge, skills and competences that are essential for effective decision making.
  • Provide a basic understanding of how to apply key managerial concepts and theories in the contemporary work environment.
  • Develop human relations (Interpersonal Skills).
  • Develop an understanding of how group dynamics affect individual and group behavior.
  • Understand how to integrate the functional areas of an organization.
  • Provide an understanding and appreciation of the human resources policies and procedures used by organizations and managers.
  • Understand sources of change, barriers to change and effective ways to overcome them.
  • Instill in students an appreciation of differences in cultures and values.

Learning Outcomes :

a- Knowledge and Understanding

  • Provide the basic and foundational subjects relevant to Business Administration.
  • Acquire various theories and models in studying business situations.
  • Describe quantitative methods in business analysis.
  • Recognize different types of strategies in the business disciplines.
  • Handle available resources and put them to proper use in practical applications.
  • Distinguish different types of production and operation management.
  • Acquire adequate knowledge in related fields such as accounting and economics.

b- Intellectual Skills

  • Develop analytical skills.
  • Develop decision-making skills.
  • Develop effective communication skills.
  • Build negotiation skills.
  • Analyze business case studies.
  • Demonstrate a social foundation of the concepts and theories of management.
  • Develop professional knowledge and skills in the field of management.

c- Practical and Professional Skills

  • Apply theoretical models to actual business situations (assignments, case studies and project work).
  • Perform critical assessment, evaluation, application and decision making capabilities in every subject/discipline.
  • Formulate and implement strategies in every business situation.
  • Apply creative, logical and critical thinking to respond effectively to the changes in the business world.

d- General and Transferable Skills

  • Communication skills.
  • Presentation skills.
  • Analyze data in an organized form.
  • Work collaboratively and engage with people in different settings.
  • Interpersonal skills.
  • Time management skills.

Degree Requirements:

The undergraduate curriculum for the Degree of Bachelor in Business Administration (Management Major) consists of 100 credit hours of course work + ICDL.

Career Opportunities:

Management graduates may be employed by large private or public organizations, profit or nonprofit organizations, governmental or local authorities, consultation firms and much more.

Some career options include:

Administrative Assistant; Assistant Manager; Production Control Manager; Technical Consultant; Office Manager; Development Officer; Human Resources Specialist; Information Services Supervisor; Branch Manager; Information Systems Manager; Customer Service Manager; Market Research Analyst; Entrepreneur.

Study Plan:

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
First Semester
BACC201 Principles of Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO201 Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH201 Business Math 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN201 Business Law 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN203 Business Communications 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN204 Business Ethics 2 2 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Second Semester
BACC202 Principles of Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO202 Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT202 Principels of Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH202 Business Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Third Semester
BMGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT302 Operations Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT303 International Business 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS301 Management Information Systems I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT301 Principles of Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 4 4 Crs Major E
Fourth Semester
BFIN302 Financial Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFSC302 Taxation Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT304 Strategic Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT306 Human Resource Management 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
Fifth Semester
BMGT401 Leadership 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT401 Marketing Research 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN401 E-Business 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 6 6 Crs CUR
Sixth Semester
BACC404 Managerial Accounting 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT402 Organizational Analysis & Design 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT404 Entrepreneurship & Venture Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT410 Senior Project & Internship 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR

Major Electives(Major E)

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
BACC403 Cost Accounting 3 3 Lec Major E
BECO406 Managerial Economics 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN314 Investments 3 3 Lec Major E
BFIN412 Financial Institutions & Capital Markets 3 3 Lec Major E
BHOT301 Introduction to Hospitality Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT411 Human Resource Planning & Development 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT412 Quantitative Techniques for Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT413 Logistics & Supply Chain Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS302 Management Information Systems II 3 3 Lec Major E
BUSN420 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 3 Lec Major E

Program Description

To receive a Bachelor Degree in Management Information System, a student must satisfactorily complete 100 credit hours with an overall minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 + ICDL (International Computer Driving License).

Career Opportunities: Management Information Specialist - System Analyst - System Administrator - Management / Decision Support Specialist - Senior IT Officer - IT Assistant Manager - Records & Information Manager - Software Developer - Programmer - Database Administrator.


Academic Staff :

Chairperson Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Professors Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Associate Professor Dr. Alaa Abbas, Dr. Rania Mostafa
Assistant Professors Dr. Amr Samy, Dr. AbdulRahman Beydoun, Dr. Nasser Easa
Lecturers Mrs Rachel Saad
Part-time Lecturers Prof. Ali Zeart, Dr. Reham Abdul Kader, Dr. Wassim Haj Chehadeh, Dr. Eslam Kabban, Dr Salah Shami

Mission :

Objectives :

The Management Information Systems (MIS) program is designed to provide students with a strong educational foundation preparing them as information system (IS) professionals. The MIS program provides comprehensive training in the application, use, and management of information systems preparing students to provide effective information services and support.

The management information systems program gives students well-developed skills in information processing, business writing, and microcomputers. Because of the variety of business courses required to obtain a degree in Management Information Systems, graduates might find opportunities beyond the traditional MIS sphere, including sales, advertising, retailing, finance, personnel, traffic, and transportation.

The program is designed to prepare individuals for positions as managers in business information systems, including database administrators, web designers, electronic commerce developers, systems analysts, applications programmers, IT security managers, and systems trainers. Courses enable students to solve business problems using a variety of computer programs.

Learning Outcomes :

  • a- Knowledge and Understanding
  • Provide the basic and foundational topics relevant to MIS.
  • Distinguish relationships between programming languages and information systems.
  • Determine factors influencing the strengths and weaknesses of the most common computer operating systems and determine how one would be preferred over others.
  • Identify current and emerging technologies and apply them to today’s organizations.
  • Identify fundamental processes and functional business units in contemporary and emerging business technology models.
  • Acquire various theories and models in studying management information systems.
  • Describe business models based on information technology.
  • Recognize the importance of information technology for business disciplines.

b- Intellectual Skills

  • Explain complex software within the context of business user needs through training presentations and written documentation.
  • Analyze existing systems and design technology solutions appropriate to the goals of an organization.
  • Explain the various roles of management information systems have toward advancing strategic goals and the operational success of an organization.
  • Evaluate the integration of Internet technologies into business at every level, from manufacturing, supply chain, and inventory management to customer relationships.

c- Practical and Professional Skills

  • Effectively utilize database and database management systems to organize, store and retrieve data.
  • Support and defend an original proposal for the operation and maintenance of an enterprise level database system, to include policies for audits, security, backup, repair and replication.
  • Perform basic and moderate system configuration and server administration tasks to a network operating system.
  • Map information system interfaces among organizational units to integrate business functions across an enterprise.
  • Use mathematical and statistical analyses in business problem-solving models.
  • Apply project management methods in complex system development environments.
  • Interpret financial statements of business entities using financial Management Information Systems concepts.
  • Plan and control the operation of business organizations through the use of Management Information Systems information.

d- General and Transferable Skills

  • Communication skills.
  • Presentation skills.
  • Work collaboratively and engage with people in different settings.
  • Interpersonal skills.
  • Project management skills
  • Time management skills.

Degree Requirements :

The undergraduate curriculum for the degree of Bachelor in Business Administration (Management Information Systems Major) consists of 100 credit hours of course work + ICDL.

Career Opportunities :

MIS graduates have a wide variety of careers open to them, with new forms of specialization opening up almost daily in response to new challenges to society. In almost every sector of our economy, one finds people grappling with problems of information management, making your knowledge and skills increasingly valuable. Career opportunities are varied and interesting, and lifelong learning is valued.

Some career options include:

Management Information Specialist; System Analyst; System Administrator; Management / Decision Support Specialist; Senior IT Officer; IT – Assistant Manager; Records and Information Manager; Software Developer; Programmer; Database Administrator; Applications Developer; Project Manager.

Study Plan:

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
First Semester
BACC201 Principles of Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO201 Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH201 Business Math 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN201 Business Law 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN203 Business Communications 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN204 Business Ethics 2 2 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Second Semester
BACC202 Principles of Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO202 Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT202 Principels of Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH202 Business Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Third Semester
BMGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT302 Operations Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS301 Management Information Systems I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS303 Introduction to Programming for Business Applications 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT301 Principles of Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 4 4 Crs Major E
Fourth Semester
BFIN302 Financial Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFSC302 Taxation Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT304 Strategic Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS302 Management Information Systems II 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
Fifth Semester
BMIS401 Database Management Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS403 Web Applications Design & Implementations 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS405 Information Systems Analysis & Design 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN401 E-Business 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 6 6 Crs CUR
Sixth Semester
BMIS402 E-Business Systems Development 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS406 Introduction to Network & Security 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS410 Senior Project & Internship 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR

Major Electives(Major E)

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
BMGT404 Entrepreneurship & Venture Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS411 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems & Applications 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS412 Business Intelligence 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS413 IS Project Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS414 Object Oriented Programming for Business 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS415 Enterprise Data Warehouses 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS416 Web Analytics 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS417 E-Government 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS418 Healthcare Information Systems 3 3 Lec Major E
BUSN420 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 3 Lec Major E

Program Description

To receive a Bachelor Degree in Marketing, a student must satisfactorily complete 100 credit hours with an overall minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 +ICDL (International Computer Driving License).

Career Opportunities:

  • Advertising Manager
  • Advertising Sales Director
  • Account Executive
  • Account Coordinator
  • Media Director
  • Media Coordinator
  • Brand Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Product Development Manager
  • Market Research Director
  • Relations Director.

Academic Staff :

Chairperson Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Professors Prof. Nehale Farid Mostafa
Associate Professor Dr. Alaa Abbas, Dr. Rania Mostafa
Assistant Professors Dr. Amr Samy, Dr. AbdulRahman Beydoun, Dr. Nasser Easa
Lecturers Mrs Rachel Saad
Part-time Lecturers Dr. Mostafa Kamleh, Dr. Pierre Khoury, Mr. Ayman Bazzi, Mr. Karim Bourdoukali

Mission :

The Mission of the Marketing Major is to create an intellectual environment within which students may acquire marketing knowledge, skills and attitudes required for achieving success. The Major’s mission supports the University’s mission, in that the major:

  • Has a commitment to academic excellence.
  • Inspires students through the scholarly activity of its staff members.
  • Provides exemplary professional training.
  • Prepares students for ethical leadership in a global society.

Objectives:

  • Provide challenging learning experiences for undergraduate and graduate students that are grounded in marketing theory and practice within the global business environment.
  • Serve students as advisors, mentors and role models.
  • Encourage and support the intellectual and professional development of students and academic and non-academic staff.
  • Interact with business partners to continuously improve undergraduate and graduate marketing programs.
  • Encourage the participation of students and academic and non-academic staff in activities supporting the marketing profession, the University and the business community.
  • Recognize the value of all work by students and academic and non-academic staff that contributes to the mission and goals of the department and the faculty.

Learning Outcomes:

a- Knowledge and Understanding

  • Identify core concepts of marketing and the role of marketing in business and society.
  • Knowledge of social, legal, ethical and technological forces on marketing decision-making.
  • Appreciation of the global nature of marketing and appropriate measures to operate effectively in international settings.

b- Intellectual Skills

  • Ability to develop marketing strategies based on product, price, place and promotion objectives.
  • Ability to create an integrated marketing communications plan which includes promotional strategies and measures of effectiveness.
  • Ability to communicate the unique marketing mixes and selling propositions for specific product offerings.
  • Ability to construct written marketing plans and a professional interactive oral marketing presentation.

c- Practical and Professional Skills

  • Ability to analyze, synthesize, evaluate, and apply information in order to solve complex problems.
  • Ability to contribute to scholarly understanding of a subject by balancing the complexity and clarity of an argument, providing clear conceptual organization of evidence, and adaptation to context and audience.
  • Ability to use all of the above to make positive contributions to one’s community and the larger society.

d- General and Transferable Skills

  • Develop managerial leadership and inculcate professional ethics and competency in marketing.
  • Master communication skills.
  • Ability to analyze marketing problems and provide solutions based on a critical examination of marketing information.
  • Ability to apply knowledge and skills to real-world experiences in an internship.

Degree Requirements :

The undergraduate curriculum for the degree of Bachelor in Business Administration (Marketing Major) consists of 100 credit hours of course work + ICDL.

Career Opportunities :

Marketing is a broad area with many career opportunities. This concentration helps students to develop skills that enable them to function in many different marketing roles while working closely and effectively with other business functions. Students, who major in marketing, may learn about the six functional areas related to the marketing process - brand marketing, advertising, sales promotion, market research, sales, and retailing. Employers include large business and industrial firms but also smaller companies, private research organizations, and advertising agencies. Retail and wholesale trade, insurance, travel, and real estate are other areas where your training can open up job opportunities.

Some career options include:

Advertising Manager; Advertising Sales Director; Account Executive; Account Coordinator; Media Director; Media Coordinator; Brand Manager; Product Manager; Product Development Manager; Market Research Director; Relations Director; Corporate Communications Manager.

Study Plan:

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
First Semester
BACC201 Principles of Accounting I 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO201 Microeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH201 Business Math 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN201 Business Law 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN203 Business Communications 2 2 Lec Major R
BUSN204 Business Ethics 2 2 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Second Semester
BACC202 Principles of Accounting II 3 3 Lec Major R
BECO202 Macroeconomics 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT202 Principels of Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMTH202 Business Statistics 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 3 3 Crs Major E
Third Semester
BMGT301 Organizational Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT302 Operations Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMIS301 Management Information Systems I 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT301 Principles of Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 4 4 Crs Major E
Fourth Semester
BFIN302 Financial Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BFSC302 Taxation Systems 3 3 Lec Major R
BMGT304 Strategic Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT302 Services Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
Fifth Semester
BMKT401 Marketing Research 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT403 International Marketing 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT405 Consumer Behavior 3 3 Lec Major R
BUSN401 E-Business 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 6 6 Crs CUR
Sixth Semester
BMKT402 Strategic Marketing Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT404 Brand Management 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT406 Advertising Marketing Communications 3 3 Lec Major R
BMKT410 Senior Project & Internship 3 3 Lec Major R
------- Major Electives 2 2 Crs Major E
------- University Requirements 3 3 Crs CUR

Major Electives(Major E)

Course Code Course Title Credits Hours Distribution Course Type
BACC403 Cost Accounting 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT306 Human Resource Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT404 Entrepreneurship & Venture Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMGT413 Logistics & Supply Chain Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMIS302 Management Information Systems II 3 3 Lec Major E
BMKT411 Social Marketing 3 3 Lec Major E
BMKT412 Professional Selling 3 3 Lec Major E
BMKT413 Retail Management 3 3 Lec Major E
BMKT414 Public Relations 3 3 Lec Major E
BUSN420 Corporate Social Responsibility 3 3 Lec Major E