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BA 101 Principles of management 1
This course is a conceptual one, which designed mainly to provide the student with the introductory managerial concepts and knowledge, it focus on the three functions of management: planning, organizing and controlling, discuss the nature of managerial work, the evolution of management history, the organizational culture, the effect of external environment forces on the organization success and how managers make decisions.
2017- till now
BA 102     Principles of management 2
This course is designed to complement and broaden the student’s knowledge of the essential principles and concepts of management. The student will be given the opportunity to learn about the concept of strategic management, human resource management, organizational behavior, motivation and other related concepts. All of which will help the student to learn the skills required to be a good leader and manager.
2017- till now
AttachmentBA213 Quantitative analysis 1
This course focuses on decision making theory, linear programming techniques and networking models. Upon the completion of this course, the student should understand the evolution and techniques of quantitative analysis, the basics of decision making theory, how to use decision trees and utility theory in making decisions, how to formulate problems and solve them by using linear programming techniques (graphical, simplex, integer and goal), how to apply transportation and assignment models, how t apply network models, and understand the important role of software in solving problems.

2017- till now
AttachmentBA 314 Operations Management
This course is introductory course of operations management. The basic functions of operations (such as; developing operations strategy, design the process, managing and the quality, planning capacity, planning the location and design the production facilities layout) will be introduced in this course, the emphasis will be on how to apply these functions in service and manufacturing institutions.
2017- till now
BA 301 Human Resources Management
This course is intended to introduce the human resource functions found in different types of organizations. The course emphasizes the basic human resource management activities and techniques used to manage the human resource in organizations which will influence organization competitiveness. This course focuses on strategic human resource management, planning, job analysis, recruiting, selection, development, developing careers, performance appraisal, and compensation.
BA 332 Crisis Management
This course is designed to provide third and forth year students with the knowledge and understanding related to managing crisis. Hence, the course covers concepts related to planning and forecasting future crisis at different types of organizations. Therefore, developing the tools and mechanisms to deal with crisis is vital issue to such course, utilizing the most effective and efficient crisis management teams and work forces to encounter any disaster or adversity. The course teaches students of how to manage any crisis by being alert to crisis before the break, during their potential effect, and even aftermath of the expected damage they might leave on any particular organization.
2006- 2012
Attachment BA 425 Management Information Systems
This course provides the students with the required skills to manage the information system effectively. The course covers the strategic information system, information system architecture, levels of support of information system, information system components, the security of information system, ethical requirements for managing the information system, and the role on internet in information system. 

2017- till now
BA 498 Symposium
The course is basically based on conducting an elementary basic or applied research related to local business organizations. This course is intended for graduating students in their final year or semester. The research can be conducted individually or in-groups of no more the three students. The course aims at enabling students to experience the scientific research process and acquiring primary skills in field study including data gathering, data analysis, theory and practice. Moreover, the course aims at enhancing the students’ skills of independent thinking, solving problems and developing analytical skill. Hence students will take responsibility in selecting the research topic, designing the research proposal, formulating research questions or hypotheses, research framework, methodology, research design, and the implementation of the research plan. This course aims at developing teamwork and cooperation among students who choose to conduct their research collectively. It aims also at developing the presentation skill as each student is going to present his research in a seminar-like style towards the end of the semester.
2019- till now