|ACC200||Principles of Financial Accounting||3||ENG 200 + ITD 100 + (MTG 100 or MTT 101 or MTT 102
Financial accounting and reporting are the primary medium by which organizations provide information to their external stakeholders (e.g., shareholders, creditors, governmental agencies, customers and alike). This course presents financial accounting as an essential part of the decision making process by both the external users and the management. The course involve the study of foundations of accounting methods and systems, including transaction analysis, the accrual system of accounting, the process of income measurement, and understanding of financial statements. The focus in the course will be on users and not the preparers of accounting information.
This course assumes no prior accounting knowledge.
|ACC304||Intermediate Accounting II||3||ACC302||This is the second of a two part course of intermediate accounting. This course explores specific accounting issues more in depth. The aim of the course is to consider the theoretical foundations and problems associated with measurement of elements of general-purpose financial statements. Theory and standards relating to measurement and reporting of liabilities and owners’ equity are examined in details in this course. Specific topics concerning: Contingencies, leases, income tax allocation, price level changes and standards related to asset valuation, revenue recognition, gain and loss recognition, and their impact on income measurement and financial position are covered and discussed in details.|
|ACC482-PC||Financial Accounting||2|| ||This course examines, in depth, the role that managers plays in ensuring organizational performance. The management functions of organizing and leading are explored in depth. The course presents individual motivation and communication style, group dynamics as related to problem solving and decision-making, leadership style, work structuring, and the larger business environment. It also covers organizational culture and change, interdependence of individual, group and organization task and structure. The course demonstrates the real-world applications of management concepts and makes management come alive by bringing real managers from a variety of fields into the classroom.|
|ACC522||Managerial Accounting||3||ACC 482-PC ||Managerial accounting provides information to managers and other internal stakeholders in the areas of costing, decision making, planning, and control. This course provides an in-depth coverage of such accounting topics as basic cost concepts, cost classification, design and the principles of cost accounting systems, alternative costing methods, budgeting, cost allocation systems, planning and control, and costing for decision making (i.e., strategic cost analysis). Practical applications of these topics are integrated and emphasized by teaching students how to use accounting information in managerial planning, decision making, and control. In addition to that, students will learn how to use cost analysis in developing organizational budgets. All the above mentioned topics are discussed from the perspective of a senior manager. |
|AVS310||Aircraft Performance||3||AVS 209 + AVS 211||This course provides a comprehensive study of the performance of aircraft powered by piston, turboprop and jet engines. Topics covered include, stability and control, performance associated with various phases of flight, speeds, variables and the impact of aerodrome limitations on performance.
|AVS321||Instrument Pilot Operations||3||AVS201||The course provides a comprehensive overview of instrument flying operations. Topics covered include forecast analysis, IFR chart analysis, flight instruments, IFR in-flight operations (Departure, Enroute and Arrival), instrument approaches, cockpit and crew management and IFR regulations|
|BBLA431||Banking, Contracts and Commercial Papers||3||CCLA330 ||يتناول القسم الأول من هذا المساق تعريف الأوراق التجارية وخصائصا ودراسة سند السحب فيما يتعلق بشروطه الموضوعية والشكلية، ومقابل الوفاء وتاريخ الاستحقاق وشروطه وحالة رجوع الحامل على موقعي السند وشروطه، وسند الأمر وشروطه الموضوعية والشكلية وكيفية تداوله والأحكام المطبقة عليه، والشيك وشروطه الموضوعية والشكلية وتداوله وكيفية تقديمه للوفاء والرجوع وشروطه وتعدد النسخ والتحريف والتقادم.
أما القسم الثاني فيتناول العمليات المصرفية من حيث أهمية المصارف في الحياة الاقتصادية والصفة التجارية للأعمال المصرفية والحسابات المصرفية والودائع والحساب الجاري والحوالة والاعتمادات المصرفية وغيرها من الأعمال المصرفية كالخصم والكفالات والاعتماد المستندي وخطاب الضمان. وأخيراً يتناول المساق العقود التجارية من حيث أهميتها وخصائصها وأهم هذه العقود مثل البيع التجاري والرهن التجاري.
|BUS204||Business Research Methods||3||STT 100 + BUS 102||The purpose of the course is to enable students to acquire the skills
necessary to undertake a business research project. The course focuses on the nature and scope of research in business, the nature of systematic research, the empirical and nonempirical approaches, the importance of literature review and the structure and management of a research project.
|BUS306||Applied Management Science||3||MGT 200/MGT 255 +
STT 100 + ECO 201
|This course presents quantitative methods necessary for decision making in business. Topics covered are: an introduction to linear programming (formulation; graphical solution, computer software for optimization, optimal solution and sensitivity analysis), extensions to specialized linear programming models of assignment, transportation, transshipment, decision theory (decision tree, expected value and utility, value function), theory of waiting lines and their economic analysis, and an introduction to computer simulation. Computers will be used to obtain solutions for these problems. Formulation and analysis of business applications will be emphasized. By the end of the course, students will, hopefully, gain enough proficiency in building mathematical models for complex business-oriented problems and solve them using the techniques learnt in class.|
|CEN490||Special Topics in Computer Engineering||3||It will depend on the topic to be offered||The description for this course varies on the topic to be offered along with its pre-requisite. |
|CIV402||Engineering Ethics||3||Senior level||This course articulates an ethical framework for engineers by critically reflecting on engineering practice and examining the ethical challenges that confront engineers, especially those working within large organizations. This course considers issues such as the social responsibility of engineers, truthtelling and disclosure, whistleblowing, professionalism, and risk-assessment. Through case study, this course will provide the tools to evaluate ethical decisions in the field of engineering.|
|CPLA288||Consumer Protection Law||3|| ||يتناول هذا المساق تعريف المستهلم ومبررات حمايته، ومدى كفاية القواعد العامة لحماية المستهلك مثل عقود الإذعان وخيار الرؤية، ومضمون القواعد الخاصة المقررة لحماية المستهلك خصوصا حقه في العدول عن العقد خروجا على القواعد العامة، وبطلان شرط الإعفاء من المسؤولية، والتزام المورد أو المنتج أو البائع بتبصير المشتري، وجزاء مخالفة هذه القواعد.|
|CRT301||Critical Thinking||2||ENG 200 + UNS 102||This course will enable students to practice some of the most significant and important strategies of critical thinking and focus on applying those strategies to understand current issues, belief systems, and ethical dilemmas; examine assumptions; evaluate evidence; and assess conclusions. This will enrich students’ abilities to explore a problem or question a situation; integrate all available information, reach a solution and justify their position.|
|ECO202||Principles of Macroeconomics||3||ENG 200 + (MTG 100 or MTT 101 or MTT 102) + BUS 102
Principles of is an introductory course to macroeconomic theory and applications. The objective of this course is to provide an introduction to theories and methodologies of macroeconomics with the primary focus being the application of principles and practices of this field to business and managerial economics.
The first part of the course is centered on building and developing the
foundations of economics, including thenotion of scarcity, demand and supply, price setting and economic efficiency.
The discussion will include the concepts of marginal analysis, opportunity cost, production possibilities frontier, and consumer and producer surplus.
The second part of the course is devoted to examining the national
economy, economic fluctuations, inflation, unemployment, aggregate
demand and supply, productivity and growth, and the impact of technology
on the economy.
The final segment of the course involves discussing aggregate demand and
supply, fiscal and monetary theories and policies.
Throughout the course, particular emphasis is placed on the use of macroeconomic analysis to explain contemporary economic issues and
subjects influencing individual, business, and government decision making behaviors.
|ECO482-PC||Introduction to Economics||2|| ||This course examines, in depth, the role that managers plays in ensuring organizational performance. The management functions of organizing and leading are explored in depth. The course presents individual motivation and communication style, group dynamics as related to problem solving and decision-making, leadership style, work structuring, and the larger business environment. It also covers organizational culture and change, interdependence of individual, group and organization task and structure. The course demonstrates the real-world applications of management concepts and makes management come alive by bringing real managers from a variety of fields into the classroom.|
|EDA521||Comparative Education||3|| ||The course provides an overview of the methods, major concepts and current trends in comparative education. It will enable students to identify strengths and limitations of international comparative research, and to learn about relevant studies. The assignments will support these learning objectives, and in addition, help students to develop specific research skills that are necessary to produce academic literature reviews and research papers. This course will explore these questions. First, review the ways in which comparative and international educational research has been pursued, focusing on issues of theory and methodology, second: balancing reading between theoretical and methodological treatments of comparative education. Also review a number of recent examples of empirical work. After a general exploration of major methodological and theoretical issues in the area of Comparative and International Education, the course will examine literature addressing two overarching themes:Education and Economic Development and Quality, Standards, and Accountability. |
|EDA540||Institutional Enhancement||3|| ||This course focuses on the process of development of fundamental concepts and procedures relative to effective planning and change. The course will cover the main issues related to enhancement capacity programs and institutional development and help leaders and managers to plan, implement, improve, change and create supportive environment. Course will cover research in organizational settings, organizational theory, change theory, and organizational development. Students will learn apply the criteria to develop and evaluate instructional methods and strategies to enhance schools and learning environment and improve learning process. Students will learn about international programs and they will write, design and create individual projects, create local standers, and design programs to assist leaders for academic leadership covering strategic planning and implementation, people management and corporate governance, and resources management.|
|EEN490||Special Topics in Electrical Engineering||3||EEN 345 or Equivalent||The objective of this course is to cover conventional and renewable power generation technologies. It includes analysis, challenges for the construction and operation of various power plants including thermal, diesel, hydro-electric and nuclear as well as renewable energy technologies including solar, wind, and tidal and geothermal energy. Integration of renewable energy into the grid will be covered in more detail and future energy scenarios will also be included and analyzed for future energy and environmental impacts.|
|ENG200||English II||3||English Placement Test or passing
grade in ENG 102
The course focuses on writing for academic purposes. It teaches expository writing sing a process-oriented approach. The structure of paragraphs and essays and their components are taught in steps and are connected to each other. The course also reviews sentence structure and punctuation rules. Writing exercises will involve extensive drafting and revising based on individual input and tutorials from the course instructors. Students will also practice writing under pressure.
An important component of the course is a research project where students research and write on a topic related to their field of study or area of personal interest.
|FIN200||Principles of Finance||3||ACC 200||This course is an introduction to the principles, issues, and institutions of finance. Topics include valuation, risk, capital investment, financial structure, cost of capital, working capital management, financial markets, and securities.
|FIN301||Managerial Finance||3||FIN 200 + ECO 201||This course will focus on a study of the techniques used by the financial manager in planning and controlling the acquisition and use of funds to maximize the value of the firm. Topics covered will include cash budgeting, ratio analysis, capital budgeting, forecasting techniques, project evaluation, financial leverage, risk and the cost and the cost of capital.
|FIN302||Financial Statement Analysis||3||FIN 200||The aim of the course is to introduce students to the basic approaches to financial statement analysis. The course covers the analysis, interpretation, and evaluation of financial statements. Financial statement analysis (FSA) is an applied tool, one must be able to apply as well as understand it. FSA involves a comparison of a firm’s performance with that of others in the same line of business. The analysis is used to
determine the financial position in order to identify current strengths and weaknesses, the projected profile and to suggest actions that might enable the enterprise to take advantages of its strengths and to put remedies in place to attend to its problems.
|FRE101||Introduction to French||3|| ||This course introduces students to the basics of French language. It covers basic French language skills for everyday life: speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary. The main topics of study are school, family and friends, travel, food, house, vacations, occasions, and topics pertaining to French culture.|
|FWS205||UAE and GCC Society||3||ENG 102 + (Co) UNS 102|
What kind of societies we want to help create for the future? It is only our values and positive practices which will lead us towards better societies. This course will enable us to understand the processes of society development and discuss the ways we can contribute towards it. The course aims at developing better understanding of the UAE and GCC society and its social, economic and political development. Students will develop appreciation for the UAE and GCC society’s leading role in the use of technology in sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Using UAE vision, students will enhance their understanding of the key enablers of economic growth ensuring a balanced social, environmental and economic development that brings benefits to all.
|FWS210||General Psychology||3||ENG 102 + (Co) UNS 102||This course promotes student's insight into their own and others’ behavior and apply effective strategies for self-management and self-improvement. This course enables students to have a better understanding of emotional intelligence and enhance the associated skills of Emotional Intelligence. In addition, it focusses on the positive aspects of human nature and determinants of subjective wellbeing and their implications in growth and development.
|FWS305||Technical Communication for Work Place||3||ENG 200+ Completion
of minimum 45 credit hours
|A technical communication course that introduces students to the principles, techniques, and skills with emphasis on professional writing for workplace purposes. It also emphasizes on the reporting tools to help them prepare effective workplace documents. Students develop project planning and time management skills by working teams to gather and share information, and deliver different types of written correspondences and multimedia oral research presentations.
|GEN200||Engineering Economy||3||ENG 200 + MTT 102|
This course gives students a working knowledge of making economic comparison of investment alternatives in Engineering Project Environment.
The course includes the time value of money, methods of comparing alternatives from economic point of view studying rate-of return (ROR), Present Worth (PW), and Annual Equivalent (AE) approaches; breakeven and payback analysis; inflation, depreciation, replacement and cost-benefit analysis, enabling students to make suitable decisions in their professional life when they have to make a decision on an economical basis.
This course studies essential economy concepts for engineers such as:
Interest and money-time relationship, depreciation, basic concepts and methods for economic analyses and related studies, decision analysis, selection between alternatives and replacement problems and
applications related to various construction projects. Ethical and other non-economic issues related to professional economic decisions are discussed.
|GPLA499||Graduation Research Project||3||اجتياز (90) ساعة على الاقل بنجاح ||يتناول هذا المساق دراسة تطبيقية لطرق وأساليب البحث وكيفية اختيار موضوع البحث وإعداد بحث علمي
في التخصص الذي يختاره الطالب، ويتولى القسم العلمي الذي يتبعه موضوع البحث الموافقة على الموضوع المقترح للبحث وتعيين مشرفاً لتوجيه الطالب خلال مرحلة إعداد البحث.*
|HRM313||Human Resources Management||3||MGT255|
This course provides students with an understanding of the many different perspectives that are needed to make HR management decisions.
No longer can we rely upon a single vision and culture of an organization when we consider human resource issues.
The student is presented with a view of organizations as fragmented, individual focused, with decentralized power and responsibility which contributes to a more flexible yet more complex whole. The course considers HRM as a key to organizational change and presents the student with a range of effective HRM practices that derive from the organization strategic plans so that as managers they can operate with flexibility and opportunity to initiate and sustain change using the people of the organization as change agents. The course examines the development of HRM as a discipline and from a
theoretical basis. The constituent parts of HRM are covered including a strategic overview, HR ethical, legal and social considerations, staffing, human resource development, compensation and benefits, safety and health, employee labour relations, global considerations for HRM.
|HRM517||Human Resources Management in a Global Environment||3|| ||In today’s increasingly global business environment, Human Resource Management (HRM) plays an increasingly important role in supporting organizational strategies, goals, and tactics. The main goal of this course is to provide students with a thorough understanding of the main concepts, theories, and practices of Human Resource Management (HRM). Since the United Arab Emirates (UAE) workforce is very diverse and is comprised primarily of expatriates from across the globe, these fundamentals of HRM are taught in both the local and global context. This course makes a particular emphasis on fundamental local and global practices in relation to job analysis, job design, selection, recruitment, training and development, reward management, performance appraisal, and compensation. Particular practical emphasis is placed on recruitment a selection. Students will be asked to develop a recruitment and selection system for a UAE organization. Additional topics covered include overview of labor law and labor relations, employee data management and related HRM information systems, and common HRM metrics. The course ends with a discussion of future global challenges of HRM. This course equips students with the necessary international perspective that will allow them to develop a deep understanding of why HRM practices differ across the globe and use theories and practices appropriate for a given context.|
|HRM535||Employment Law and Relations||3|| ||This course is an overview of the law and social legislature impacting the workplace: the employer-employee contract; anti-discrimination law; employee testing and privacy; regulatory agencies; compensation and other statutory rights. Ethics and social responsibility are used as lenses through which these laws and practices are reviewed. Moreover, this course looks at the labor law from the international perspective so that students are well-equipped to function as business professionals in today’s increasingly global business environment. In order to accomplish this goal, this course reviews labor law and social legislature in the United Arab Emirates, the United States of America, European Union together with an overview of international law and practices. While the focus of this course is rather international, the ultimate goal of this course is to provide students with an overview of
the legal environment of the UAE; legal, social, economic and political forces impacting the law; and strategies for effective response to forces in the legal, economic socio-cultural environment. Ultimately, this course teaches students to manage labor relations within a legal and ethical framework.
|MEM501||Project Management||3|| ||This course covers the elements of project management critical to the success of engineering projects: project management framework, project selection and initiation, project organization, scope management, time management, cost management, resource management, risk management, tradeoffs, and project closing. The course also integrates and clarifies the practices and software tools used in project management through a team project and case studies from a variety of disciplines. |
|MEM502||Advanced Engineering Economics||3||GEN 200||This course covers the theory and application of engineering economics principles and methods. It studies techniques for engineering economic analysis for decision making, evaluations of economic alternatives, capital budgeting and money management, depreciation and taxes, cost estimation, multi-attribute decision making, and advanced asset replacement analysis. It also covers the principles of corporate finance and investment science such as cash flow streams, handling project uncertainly, investment worth, pricing of firms, and finance instruments, interest rate term structure, fixed income instruments duration, etc.|
|MEM506||Operations Research & Simulation||3|| ||This course covers computer simulation concepts and operations research modeling techniques, including problem formulation and discrete event simulation modeling. It include the formulation of mathematical models, solutions using linear programming, sensitivity and cost analysis of developing alternative optimum solutions, transportation and network analysis, forecasting and stochastic modeling. The course includes case studies related to the topic and a term project. It also applies the concepts and principles associated with systems modeling and simulation using contemporary simulation software ARENA.|
|MGT255||Management and Organizational Behavior||3||ENG 200 + FWS 210|
This course provides an understanding of the discipline of organizational behavior within a management perspective. OB is considered at an individual, group and organization level. Job Attitude, perception, values and personality attributes are viewed from a management viewpoint with a consideration of motivation theories, decision making and the notion of ethics as applied to the workplace. Issues of trust, leadership and the conflict management process are
Organizations are examined as hierarchies and matrix structures and the concept of organizational culture is reviewed in terms of its impact upon performance. OB and the contribution it has made to HRM is examined. The course concludes with a consideration
of organizational change and how best to optimize the change process.
|MGT422||Management & Leadership Development||3||MGT 301/MGT 255|
This course provides the student with a detailed overview of contemporary leadership theory and practice and considers the nature of leadership in today’s organizational context. Leadership is compared to management and the theories of leadership are considered as an evolutionary process from trait theory to contingency approaches.
Leadership is examined as both a relationship process and as an opportunity to shape an organization.
The course also offers students a potential for self-assessment and leadership development. The
essence of leadership development is self-awareness and a number of opportunities are made available to review values, competencies and skills that will contribute to the leadership development process.
|MGT482-PC||Introduction to Management||2|| ||This course examines, in depth, the role that managers plays in ensuring organizational performance. The management functions of organizing and leading are explored in depth. The course presents individual motivation and communication style, group dynamics as related to problem solving and decision-making, leadership style, work structuring, and the larger business environment. It also covers organizational culture and change, interdependence of individual, group and organization task and structure. The course demonstrates the real-world applications of management concepts and makes management come alive by bringing real managers from a variety of fields into the classroom.|
|MGT520||Business Ethics and Corporate Governance||3|| ||This course examines current issues in business ethics from the perspective of fundamental concepts and theories of ethics and social responsibility. The issues covered include whistle blowing, bribery, cartels, environmental protection, internet security, intellectual property, corporate governance, product liability, consumer safety, truth and advertising, employee rights and duties and quality of work life. The course is discussion-oriented. Students are encouraged to explore the human resource management implications of the issues raised. Ultimately, students will learn how to address organizational issues related to ethics and social responsibility.|
|MGT522||Leadership and Communication||3|| ||Leadership is an essential ingredient in any attempt to manage and achieve organizational goals. The process of leadership depends on the interaction in a group or organization. Communication is one of the processes that are central to effective leadership and followership. Therefore, the course will provide students fundamental management concepts and explore the connection between communication and leadership. Particularly, the course will examine how the field of communication contributes to effective leadership. It also examines the skills of effective leaders, the importance of context for leaders, and case studies of successful leaders in business. This course will give you the chance to learn the styles of leadership including what works and what doesn’t. The course also covers all the relevant and recent research on leadership. Topics
|MGT523||Strategic Management in a Global Environment||3||Last Semester ||In today’s increasingly global competitive environment, managers face no greater challenge than that of strategic planning and strategic management. Guiding a complex organization through a dynamic, rapidly changing, and increasingly globalized environment requires the best of judgment. Strategic management and planning issues are invariably ambiguous and unstructured, and the way in which management responds to them determines whether an organization will succeed or fail. This class prepares you to face the aforementioned challenges by focusing on strategy formulation, implementation, evaluation, and control in a global competitive environment. This class teaches strategy formulation at the functional, business, corporate, and global levels with a particular reference to business ethics, social responsibility, and good corporate governance. A special emphasis is placed on the area where strategies typically fail – implementation. Students will be taught various change management techniques together with the necessary leadership skills needed for implementing strategies. The course concludes with an overview of various traditional and new metrics and methods for evaluating effectiveness of a particular strategy. Ultimately, this course prepares managers to use various concepts, frameworks, theories, and methods of strategic management to attain a sustainable competitive advantage for their organizations.|
|MGT524||Research Methods in Business||3||BUS 482-PC + MGT 482PC||This course is designed for the business researcher or professional to help him/ her make choices about handling the most important business variables and methods of studying them. HRM and business research designs usually take the form of statistical research, survey research, case studies, experimental research or meta–analysis. The courseexamines specific issues relating to business research projects in terms of formulating research questions,collection of data analysis and making recommendations. The course examines both quantitative and qualitative research and considers a multi-method approach as a more balanced wayto achieve a pragmatic research methodology that can ultimately be useful for the business practitioner. The students will be also introduced to emerging topics such big data and analytics. This course places special emphasis on developing an understanding of ethical principles in research, namely the issues related to plagiarism, rights of human subjects in relation to privacy and no harm inflicted, data protection and the importance of sound research for decision making|
|MIS200||Introduction to Management Information Systems||3||ITD 100 + ENG 200|
This course focuses on the fundamental issues in using information technologies to manage and organize business processes.
The premise of the course is that compared to traditional firms, digital firms rely heavily on a set
of information technologies to organize and manage. Managers of digital firms need to identify the challenges facing their firms, discover the technologies that will help them meet these challenges, design business processes to take
advantage of the technology and create management procedures and policies to implement the required changes. Topics include the role of information technology in business, IT infrastructure, enterprise applications, e-business and e-commerce. Please note that as an introduction course to the field of management information systems (MIS), this course provides an
overview of a wide range of topics in MIS. For each topic discussed in this course, there will be more advanced courses for in-depth discussion.
|MTG100||Math for Life||3|| |
This course is designed to enable students to apply basic math skills in various daily life applications.
It contains a variety of basic and essential topics, such as number notations, order of operations, ratios, measurements and conversions, as well as solving simple equations.
Additionally, the course focuses on how mathematics can be applied to daily practical applications such as donations, purchases, vacations, mileage, sales, discounts, etc. It is designed to give students a good flavor of why it is important to learn mathematics.
|MTT101||Pre-Calculus||3||“C” grade in MTG 100 / Math Placement Test
||This course provides students with a background in mathematical skills essential for progression to the study of Calculus and further engineering mathematics. Basic and essential topics will be covered including exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, along with their graphs. The course also contains solving systems of linear equations by using matrices.
|MTT102||Calculus I||3||“C” Grade in MTT 101 or Math Placement Test
||This is a single variable calculus course. Its purpose is to establish a firm understanding of the foundations of calculus and its applications in real world problems. Students will be introduced to the concepts of limits, continuity, derivatives, anti-derivatives, and definite integrals. Students will
also be exposed to applications such as curve sketching, optimization problems, area and volumes.
|NSC201||Natural Sciences||3|| |
This course provides students with a fundamental knowledge in science as to help them communicate and understand the profound changes in their society. The concepts of the main four principles: Chemistry, environment, biology, and physics are presented in a way that highlights
In addition, the course addresses several local and global environmental issues which have significant impacts on sustainability and everyday life.
|PALA229||Personal Status||3||IFLA218||يتناول هذا المساق دراسة أحكام الزواج من حيث غايته والحكمة منه ومشروعيته وأساسه، وأحكام الخطبة والعدول عنها، أركان عقد الزواج وشروط انعقاده وصحته ونفاذه ولزومه، أقسام الزواج والآثار المترتبة على كل منها، والطلاق ومشروعيته وحكمته، أنواع الطلاق وصيغته وشروط المطلق والمطلقة، وآثار الطلاق، حقوق الأولاد، طرق النسب، الرضاع والحضانة، والولاية.|
|PHI300||Professional Ethics||3||ENG 200|
The course provides an introduction to philosophical study of ethics in various professions. It describes an overview of some of the crucial questions regarding morality in professional settings and provides systematic procedures for answering questions about what is right and what is wrong, what is acceptable and what is unacceptable in those settings. It also develops the ability to consider how this different point of views might provide us with guidance on number of ethical and moral issues. The course is designed to assist students in developing the abilities to understand, discuss debate, analyze, and evaluate ethical issues in various organization settings.
Students will learn to apply and express their view points about their own ethical stands and think critically and analytically about ethical
dilemmas in various professions.
|PLLA300||Private Criminal Legislations||3|| |
يختار أستاذ المساق موضوعا أو أكثر من الموضوعات التالية أو غيرها
جرائم غسل الأموال.
جرائم التهريب الجمركي.
|PPLA450||Code of Penal Procedures||3||PPLA327 ||يتناول هذا المساق الدعوى الجزائية من حيث أطرافها وإجراءاتها والأحكام الصادرة فيها. المركز القانوني للنيابة العامة واختصاصاتها وسلطاتها، حقوق والتزامات المتهم، جمع الاستدلالات والتحقيق الابتدائي، سلطات الضبط والتحقيق والتصرف في الدعوى، وتشكيل المحاكم الجزائية، وضمانات القضاء، والاختصاص القضائي ومعاييره وحدوده، وإجراءات المحاكمة الجزائية والإثبات الجزائي وطرق الطعن في الأحكام.|
|SCM540||Operations and Supply Chain Management||3||BUS 482-PC ||This course covers such broad areas of management as operations and supply chain management, decision analysis, and project management. It caters to the core topics in supply chains such as capacity management, inventory management, material requirement planning (MRP) in an organization. The course also aims to provide an understanding of the real world supply chains using a simulation model. This helps lay the background for a major degree in the area of supply chains. At the end of this course, students should be familiar with the individual components of operations and supply chains and their interrelationships. Students will also develop the quantitative and analytical skills to analyze, model and solve supply chain problems.|
|STT100||General Statistics||3|| ||This course aims at providing students with high-quality understanding of significant concepts in general statistics. Basic and essential topics will be covered in the course including descriptive statistics, probability, and binomial and normal distributions. The course will be devoted to applications of how statistics is commonly used in real life.