Program Description

Management is the art and science of making sure everything in an organization works well to achieve its goals. It’s about planning and organizing work, and leading people. General managers are like orchestra conductors, making sure that all parts of an organization play together for success.

Program Learning Outcomes

Management graduates will be able to:
- Master business principles.
- Practice leadership and decision-making.
- Demonstrate practical skills in planning, team management, and problem-solving.

Career Opportunities

Management graduates find jobs in a variety of organizations, from big companies to non-profit organizations. They can also work in the public sector. They work as project managers, operations managers, and human resources managers. They may also choose to start their own business.

Get a Training in Leadership and Decision-making.

To Graduate

Major Core Requirements: 40 Credits
Specialization Course Requirements: 24 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Free Electives: 6 Credits
Other Requirements: 3 Credits

General Studies 26 Credits

English Language ENG (200,201,208) 9crs & 1 course BUS 210 3crs = 12crs

(BUS 201 or ENT 301 3crs & HUM 318 3crs & (HUM 212 or BUS 215 or HUM 215) 1cr = 7crs

(ART 205 or ART 206 or HUM 210 or SOC 201 or COM 208 or HUM 211 or PSY 201 or POL 202 OR HIS 200) 3crs = 3crs

(HLT 210 or NLT 201 or CSC 201) = 3crs

PED (201 or 203 or 209) 1cr = 1cr

Major Core Requirements 40 Credits

Introduction to the basic principles, concepts, and techniques of financial accounting, explanation of the basic techniques of measuring, classifying, summarizing, reporting, and interpreting financial information. Prereq.: ENG020

A continuation of ACC210 Principles of Accounting I. This course will include more advanced procedures of accounting for partnerships, corporations, long-term debts and marketable securities. Prereq.: ACC210

This course covers principles of the law of contracts; agency relationships, commercial paper and sales are discussed and analyzed through the use of the Code of Contracts and Obligations and the Code of Commerce, cases and problems. Emphasis is upon the law and business relationships.

This course presents the quantitative techniques commonly used in the decision making process. Topics include concepts of decision analysis, linear programming, sensitivity analysis, forecasting and time-series analysis, inventory concepts, linear regression and correlation. This course enables students to understand problem definition, structured approach to data analysis, skills in model development, solutions, testing, and validation. Prereq.: MAT221

Internship is intended to enhance students’ learning experience by permitting them to work in off-campus business environments. All students are required to file a written-report for their instructor, in addition to in-class discussions, of their on-site working experiences.

This course introduces students to the key concepts of microeconomics. Students learn the behavior of the different economic agents and the role of the government in microeconomics. Topics include supply and demand, elasticity, markets equilibrium, price control, competitive markets and monopoly. Prereq.: ENG200

This course introduces students to the main economic variables and indicators that are used to evaluate the performance of an economy as a whole. Students learn how the economic agents interact together to shape an economy as well as how the different economies interact in the global market. Topics include the aggregate output, unemployment, general price level and interest rates determination and fluctuations, international trade and debt. Emphasis is also made on the role of the government to influence the economy using Fiscal and Monetary policies. Prereq.: ENG201

This course analyzes and discusses the financial decisions of national and multinational corporations, based on case studies and reading. Topics include assessment of the financial health of the organization, short and long-term financial management, project and company valuation, cost of capital, risk analysis, investment decisions, and capital markets. Prereq.: ACC215

The course outlines the role, functions and activities related to a human resources department. The students will learn about the evolution in human resources management as we know it today. Therefore, emphasis is placed on the new “corporate view” of the function such as, among other things, fair and equitable compensation and benefit programs, problem solving,  training and personal development, staffing strategies, counseling, rules and regulation and legal issues. Prereq: MGT201

Equations of straight lines; Matrices: matrix operations, matrix inversion; Cramer’s rule; Quadratic functions; Exponential and logarithmic functions; Demand and supply functions; Revenue; Cost; Profit; Compound interest; Derivatives; Marginal functions; Integration of functions of one variable. Prereq.: MAT100 or placement, Coreq.: ENG020

This course helps to get an understanding of how information systems are used in business setting. The topics covered will include the fundamental of information systems, strategic use of information systems, decision support and expert system. This course will describe also information systems planning, design and implementation. Prereq.: MGT201

This course introduces students to the marketing world, its importance, various functions and activities and the impact it has on the business environment. Students will be acquainted with the creation of value for consumers, the marketing mix concept and its application, the segmentation, targeting and positioning and the key elements of a marketing strategy.  Prereq.: ENG200

Covers basic statistical techniques emphasizing business and economic applications. Topics covered include graphical and numerical data summary techniques, elementary probability theory, probability distributions, sampling distributions, estimation, and simple regression. Prereq.: MAT100, MAT010, or placement

The course will cover the basic aspects of food safety with primary emphasis on food handling and quality control. The types of food borne illnesses and how they are transmitted, the personal hygiene, the seven HACCP principles will be topics stressed in the course. The course will also include an overview of pest control and security measures. Prereq.: ENG201

Specialization Course Requirements 24 Credits

This course studies the functions and capabilities of general management of a firm. Elements of the course are the various levels of management, the relationships between departments, and why managers are needed in a business organization. Coreq.: ENG200

This course will introduce students to the basic concept theories and framework of Total Quality Management and its various components, and how it can improve an organization’s capabilities and offerings in order to create and sustain competitive advantage.  Prereq.: MGT201


This course emphasizes the steps and methods in choosing the form of small enterprises and the role of the business owner in achieving goals for success. Case studies illustrate the material. Students are expected to present and discuss cases and do some role-play. Prereq.: MGT201

This course is an introduction to operations management. Operations Managers transform human, physical, and technical resources into goods and services. Hence, it is vital that every organization manage this resource conversion effectively and efficiently. The focus of the course is decision-making at the operating level of the firm. A strong emphasis will be placed on the development and use of quantitative models to assist decision-making. Prereq.: MGT201

A study of international business and management practices. Topics covered include an introduction to international management and the multinational enterprise, the cultural environment of international management, planning in an international setting, organizing for international operations, directing international operations, international staffing, preparing employees for international assignments and the control process in an international context. Prereq.: MGT201

This course deals with the overall general management of an organization. It stresses the role of the manager as strategist and coordinator. Students will be familiarized with organization’s vision, mission, and environmental analysis, Further, students will be acquainted with theories and practice of strategy formulation and implementation. Prereq.:  MGT362

This course offers a comprehensive analysis of the behavior of an individual and a group within the context of an organizations. Students will be familiarized with how an organization can be effectively managed and how employees can improve their work, operate under pressure, be part of a decision making process, deal with organizational change and conflict and market evolution and challenges. Prereq.: MGT201

This course addresses the theoretical foundations of the leadership’s concept. Students will be familiarized with the behavioral models of leaders, their traits, influence and power, and styles and transformation. Students will also learn how to develop leadership skills to improve their own leadership abilities.

Other Requirements 9 Credits

200 Level or Above

Language course Foreign

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