Prerequisites: None

This course is an introduction to the theory of accounting and the standard methods of record keeping. Generally, Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and concepts are emphasized in the preparation of financial statements. In addition, this course utilizes Accounting software to illustrate the practical uses of computers in a financial accounting setting. It illustrates the creation of files, setting up historical data, recording entries, producing financial statements and other necessary reports.

Prerequisite: None

This course is an introduction to the theory of accounting and the standard methods of record keeping. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and concepts are emphasized in the preparation of financial statements, control procedures over cash, and inventory. Also, the course enables students to calculate and determine entries necessary to record allowances for doubtful accounts and the value of capital assets mainly total costs and depreciation.

Prerequisites: ACC101

This course introduces advanced accounting concepts to students, including different forms of ownership, cash flows statement, financial statement analysis, accounting for manufacturing operations and budgeting.

Prerequisites: ACC101

This course utilizes the Simply Accounting computer-based accounting program to illustrate the practical uses of computers in a financial accounting setting. It illustrates creating files, setting up historical data, recording entries, and producing financial statements as well as other necessary reports.

Prerequisites: ACC104

The course will focus on cost information: the accumulation of costs within a manufacturing organization, the use of costs for planning and control, cost allocation, and their relationship to job costing and process costing.

Prerequisites: ACC104

This course focuses on key concepts in Accounting for Banks with special emphasis on interest rate risk. The course is designed to familiarize students with the financial statement structure and analysis of the financial statements of commercial banks and mortgage banks.

Prerequisites: Completion of 30 Credit hours

This course focuses on getting the student practically involved in the day-to-day business events in a relevant, modern and automated organization. The student will follow a well-planned course of action during the period of training. The plan will be devised jointly by the site supervisor and college supervisor. The course is intended to be a breakthrough experience in exposing the student to the organizational work culture and the nature of business complexities.

Prerequisites: ACC202

This course is designed to expose students to the theory and practice of selecting and analyzing managerial and financial accounting information for internal use by managers for decision-making, planning, directing and controlling purposes.

Prerequisites: ECO201, ACC100

This course introduces advanced accounting concepts to students, including different forms of ownership, cash flows statement, financial statement analysis, accounting for manufacturing operations and budgeting.

Prerequisites: CIS101, MTH102, BAF403

The course mainly aims at improving the skills of students on financial, accounting and data base management on further advanced levels through MS Excel, MS Access, MS Front Page and SPSS.

Prerequisites: BAF403

This course focuses on risk management in banking. Major topics include how banking institutions generate earnings and the nature of risks assumed in their operations, banking trends and competition, performance analysis, bank mergers and acquisitions, interest rate risk management, credit analysis, liquidity planning, investment portfolio analysis, and capital management.

Prerequisites: BAF301

This course is designed to help students to use financial statement in order to analyze a company’s financial position and performance and to assess future financial performance. The course consists of three broad areas, i.e. profitability analysis, risk analysis, as well as analysis of sources and uses of funds.

Prerequisites: Completion of 30 credit hours

This course focuses on getting students practically involved in the day-to-day business events in a relevant, modern and automated organization. Students will follow a well-planned course of action during the period of training. The plan will be devised jointly by the site supervisor and college supervisor. The course is intended to be a breakthrough experience in exposing students to the organizational work culture and the nature of business complexities.

Prerequisites: MAN101, ACC104

This course provides a review of certain fundamental principles of finance and focuses on the techniques used by financial managers including time-value of money valuation rates of return, cost of capital, the capital budgeting decision, risk and capital budgeting, capital markets, investment banking and long-term financing.

Prerequisites: MTH102, ACC102, BAF403

This course provides students with a review of important accounting reports and ratio analysis. The main topics of the course include financial forecasting, operating and financial leverage, working capital and the financial decisions, warrant assets management and sources of short term financing.

Prerequisites: BAF403

This course helps students gain awareness of the contemporary banking system vis-à-vis Islamic banking and finance and their major differences. It examines the reasons for Islamic banking, the distorting effects of interest-rate financing (rationale of Riba prohibition), the Islamic banking model, alternative modes of financing, current issues in the theory and practice of Islamic banking, financial markets and the structuring of Islamic investment funds. It also includes a critical appraisal of the current practical experience in the Muslim world and current research prospects.

Prerequisites: BAF301

This course provides the learner with an overview of the operation of the financial system within the framework of modern economic and financial theory. It focuses on financial institutions and their role in financial intermediation, financial instruments and their pricing in primary and secondary, stock markets and share price analysis in global markets, and forward and future markets in financial risk management.

Prerequisites: Completion of 54 credit hours

The course consists of 110 hours of work in a private or public organization. The student may select to have his/her internship in any area of business administration or information technology. The choice of the work place is subject to the approval of ECT.

Prerequisite: None

This course includes the study of the behavior of households and firms, including supply and demand, elasticity, price/output in different markets, regulations and comparative advantage and trade.

Prerequisites: BUS201

This course provides an understanding of the role and methodology of economics, components of the economy, roles of government and the central bank in the economy through fiscal and monetary policies. This course covers macroeconomic indicators with respect to GCC economies in general and UAE economy in particular.

Prerequisites: None

This is an introductory personal computer applications course. It includes operating system (MS Windows), word processing (MS Word), spreadsheets (MS Excel), database applications (MS Access), presentation manager (MS PowerPoint), e-mail and Internet.

Prerequisites: CIS100

This is an introductory course to computer programming based on structured programming paradigm. The course presents to students the basic concepts of programming such as problem solving, data types, operators, expressions, loops, selections, arrays, sequential files and subprograms. Students taking this course are not assumed to have a prior background in computer programming.

Prerequisites: CIS102

This course provides the foundation and understanding of Object Oriented Programming concepts. Problem-solving skills using object behavior, and an understanding of the use and application of object-oriented tools, are developed through assignments. A subset of a high-level language is used to develop computer programs.

Prerequisite: CIS101

This course covers the Hyper-text Markup Language (HTML) and web hosting techniques. HTML will be thoroughly investigated including the use of text and graphics based navigation, tables, cascading style sheets, audio and graphics, frames and forms. The future direction of HTML, (including XML and XHTML) the role of scripting languages-like VBScript, JavaScript, and Perl and HTML editors will be introduced and summarized as a result of student research. Laboratory exercises will emphasize website and web page design and development using various HTML features to publish brief student “papers” on various Internet topics.

Prerequisite: CIS101

This course provides understanding of computer ethics for students working in information technology environment. Laws and policies regarding ethical issues surrounding computers are described. This course covers privacy, hacking, viruses, professional responsibility, authorization, and license.

Prerequisite: CIS107, MAN101

This course develops the student’s understanding of basic principles of e-Business and e-Commerce management, functions, technologies, and goals. The course covers e-Business models, strategies, and applications with the explanation of most computer jargon and terminology relevant to e-commerce.

Prerequisite: CIS100

The course is an introduction to the fundamentals of data communication technologies and networking protocols used in the business environment. It covers networking issues such as client/server architectures, LANs & WANs, data switching and transmission, TCP/IP, Internet, and email protocols and wireless networks.