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Accounting Principles (1) ACC101
An introductory course in accounting which includes the recording and reporting of business transactions, completing the accounting cycle, and preparation of financial statements. Through exercises and problems, the students gain an understanding of the accounting process and the steps which result in financial statements.
Intermediate Accounting  (1) *ACC201
This is the first part of the Intermediate Accounting topic and it is designed to equip students with a theoretical foundation for financial reporting, and conceptual framework necessary to understand the international financial accounting standard (IFRS).
Banks Accounting ACC 311
This course presents topics regarding planning, controlling, decisions making, and performance assessment such as provides students with the basics of banking, especially regarding the natures of banks as well as their main types and the location where banking activities are provided. It also represents the main divisions exist in banks whether in the central branch or their other branches. Furthermore, it explains the accounting treatments pertaining deposits, bills, checks, money transfer, letters of guarantee, and documentary letters of credit.
Cost Accounting (1) ACC331
This course is an Introduction to cost accounting, cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, cost classification, job order costing, process costing,  income statement of manufacturing companies.
Managerial Accounting ACC 432
Managerial accounting is a set of tools and techniques that could almost be called simply "management". From budgeting, to the allocation of company resources, to pricing the company’s products, all managers use the results of management accounting on a daily basis. This course will teach you not only to create a budget and other tools that every one from accountants to marketing managers , and decision makers use , but also the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in business. It is the combination of understanding the techniques and how to apply in the real world that empowers students to make business decisions. 
Accounting Theory  ACC 483
This course is based on education since various accounting theories related to the field of financial accounting are subjected to an appropriate critique with equal balance given to an argument and a counter-argument. Thus, drawbacks are characteristics of any accounting theory as well as its good points. Thus, idealism, completeness and absolute truths are replaced with possibilities of shortcomings against a theory and powerful arguments in favour of the same theory. Thus, an emphasis on reflective thinking and an avoidance of unilateral thinking are sought by the accounting theory course. The main tools in aid of the reflective thinking are various philosophical schools and the associated derivation approaches. Positive and normative theories are highlighted and given special attention throughout the course.
Graduate Research ACC491
The purpose of this course is to enable students to acquire and experience the primary skills of conducting a scientific research. These include: preparing a research proposal, formulating research questions & hypotheses, research framework, methodology, research design, data gathering, data analysis and the implementation of the research plan. More over, the course aims to enhance the students’ team skills (The ability to manage conflict, lead group discussions, communicate non-defensively, criticize constructively, and listen effectively), and presentation skills as each group is going to present their research in a seminar-like style towards the end of the semester.