Al Dar University College

Introduction
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Welcome to Al Dar University College

Al Dar University College (ADUC) is a university college of higher learning established in 1994. Since, our opening it has been our endeavor to infuse our students with industry-relevant skills and a high level of practical aptitude. This is a challenge and an objective that we continue to pursue to this day.

ADUC draws its student body from several different countries across the region and the world. Therefore, we are extremely proud of the atmosphere of diversity that is nourished within our walls and of the eclectic student base visible here every day.

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We offer a wide portfolio of programs ranging from undergraduate studies to short courses aimed at both students and professionals. Our range of programs consists of Bachelor’s Degrees, Associate Degrees, English Language courses and Exam Preparation courses. In line with our plans for growth, our aim is to steadily increase our program offerings to cater to the ever-growing demand for quality education. All our programs are industry-related and aim to empower our students with the required skills and aptitudes to operate effectively in the modern business environment.

As part of our strategy, the university conducts both indoor and outdoor extra-curricular activities to broaden the spectrum of our students’ knowledge in order to facilitate personal, professional and academic growth. We fundamentally appreciate that classroom sessions need to be coupled with practical training so as to hone student skill sets. With course curriculum modeled on emphasizing core concepts and ultra-modern case studies, we are confident that our students are poised to take up the challenges faced in industry today.

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Presently, ADUC’s portfolio of programs consists of:

School of Engineering and Information Technology:

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Communication Engineering
  • Bachelor of Information Technology

School of Business Administration

  • Bachelor of Business Administration
    • Human Resource Management
    • Accounting
    • Marketing

School of Communication

  • Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication
  • Public Relations (in Arabic)
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Campus Facilities

Al Dar University College is located near City Centre Metro Station and GGICO Metro Station with various facilities available in the vicinity such as movie theaters, shopping centers, banks, and restaurants. Students commuting from the other Emirates have easy access to the College. The Presence of business groups and corporates around the campus facilitates student’s internship and placement activities. ADUC provides facilities which include:

  • A 4-Story building of a total area of 74,292 square feet including the ground floor
  • Three dedicated basement floors providing ample parking space
  • A total of 25 classrooms each of which equipped with a computer, a projector and an interactive smart white board
  • A total of 11 laboratories each of which equipped with computers, a projector, an interactive smart board, and state of the art equipment
  • A total of 25 classrooms each of which equipped with a computer, a projector and an interactive smart white board
  • A TV Studio is located in the second floor and fully equipped with modern cameras and sound systems.
  • The Library is located in the fourth floor and covers an area of 3500 square feet
  • Scanning/Printing/Photocopying Services available to students in the Library
  • A spacious Student Lounge, Activities Area, Gymnasium and the Cafeteria are located in the Ground Floor
  • Two prayer rooms (male, female) are located in the third floor and are available for students, faculty, and staff
  • Online services are available to faculty and students such as Gmail accounts, Moodle, Student Portal and off-campus library services
  • High speed wireless Internet access
  • IT Help Desk offers solutions and troubleshooting services through certified technicians and experienced IT professionals
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Study and Work

Reasons why people like to live in Dubai

  1. Dubai is a multicultural and cosmopolitan city: People from more than 200 countries live in Dubai.
  2. Ease of Communication: Locals form less than ⅕th of the population. With people from the world over, English has become the lingua franca of the emirate.
  3. Low Crime Rate: Being a tourist destination, Dubai takes its law and order very seriously.
  4. Shopping and Lifestyle Destination: From global brands to incredible attractions, from indoor ski resort to world’s largest suspended aquariums, the malls in Dubai have them all. The malls in Dubai are some of the biggest and grandest in the world.
  5. Entertainment and Food: People from more than 200 countries live in Dubai.
  6. A Tax-Free Life
  7. Conducive Environment for Business and Investments
  8. Religious Freedom: Though steeped deeply into its rich heritage and Islamic culture, the constitution of UAE provides for religious freedom and do not discriminate between citizens on religious grounds. The government is strict on extremism and espouses a policy of tolerance.
  9. Ministry of Happiness and Tolerance: The cabinet has opened its doors to for two ministerial berths - Minister of State for Happiness and Minister of State for Tolerance. The idea is to promote happiness and social satisfaction amongst the citizens and promote tolerance among all.

Students on ADUC sponsorship can now legally work part-time upon receiving a No Objection Letter from the university and a permit from the UAE Ministry of Labour.

This school offers programs in:
  • English
  • Arabic

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Programs

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Bachelor

Bachelor of Information Technology

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Currently School of Engineering and Information Technology offers Bachelor Degree in Information Technology (BIT) program (40 Courses / 120 Credit Hours). The Program is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Two proposed Engineering programs are on the pipeline and will be starting upon approval from CAA. [+]

About School of Engineering and Information Technology (IT) Currently School of Engineering and Information Technology offers Bachelor Degree in Information Technology (BIT) program (40 Courses / 120 Credit Hours). The Program is accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Two proposed Engineering programs are on the pipeline and will be starting upon approval from CAA. Upon graduating, students will have a solid grounding in information technology, vital to the successful implementation of software solutions, information management and systems strategy in any organization. Students may find employment in business and government as analysts, business consultants, information systems officers/managers, project officers/ managers, or web design consultants. Program Structure Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology (120 Credit Hours) The BIT program requires a total of 120 credit hours for graduation. This includes 3 credit hours for 8 weeks of company training (internship) at the end of the 8th Semester. In addition, in the final semester of the program, students work on a capstone project (Graduation Project) involving design, implementation, testing, and evaluation of a computer based system. The remaining credit hours of course work are distributed over 8 full semesters. Accordingly, a student can complete all the requirements for graduation in a period of four years. Summary of the BIT program structure is shown as following: General Education 21 Credit Hours BIT Core Courses 51 Credit Hours Internship 03 Credit Hours BIT Advanced Core Courses 45 Credit Hours Total 120 Credit Hours School Mission The School of Engineering and Information Technology strives to provide high quality Information Technology education to its students. It places special emphasis on developing its graduates with the skills and knowledge to take on appropriate professional positions in Information Technology upon graduation and grow into leadership positions or pursue research or graduate studies in the field and can effectively contribute to the advancement of the community. Program Goal PG1 Employ appropriate IT methodologies to help an individual or organization achieve its goals and objectives. PG2 Function as a user advocate to meet the Information Technology needs of community and organizations. PG3 Manage Information Technology resources and provide leadership in planning by strengthening IT knowledge and skills for the effective use of technology. PG4 Predict the changing direction of Information Technology, evaluate and communicate toward new technologies to meet specified requirements. PG5 Apply basic scientific and mathematical knowledge to identify and solve IT problems PG6 Work effectively as a member of a team and acquire the generic skills needed to function in multidisciplinary, diverse, competitive and fast changing environment. PG7 Contribute as a well‐rounded and ethical member of society. Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) Upon completion of the program, a student will be able to achieve and demonstrate the following learning outcomes: PLO1 Knowledge of computing, mathematics and research innovations appropriate to the discipline PLO2 Knowledge of best practices, standards, applications and how other disciplines relate to the field of work and study PLO3 Ability to understand the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society PLO4 Graduates will be able to recognize problems, create solutions, identify requirements and advance current practices. PLO5 Graduates will be able to communicate effectively with a range of audiences PLO6 Graduates will be able to assist in the creation of an effective project plan and interact successfully with others in order to work towards a common result. PLO7 Graduates will be able to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs PLO8 Graduates will be able to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies PLO9 Graduates will be able to effectively integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment PLO10 Graduates will be able to identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems PLO11 Graduates will be able to take responsibility to work as an IT professional to design, select, apply, deploy and manage computing systems to support the organization, as an individual and in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams, with the capacity to be a team leader or valuable team member PLO12 An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities PLO13 An ability to engage in continuing professional development, independent learning and initiatives. Curriculum Year 1 Fall BIT101 Computer Applications ARTS108 Introduction to Arts SOCL107 UAE Society and Culture ISLC104 Islamic Culture ENGL102 English Writing Skills Year 1 Spring BIT103 Mathematics and Statistics for IT BIT104 Information Systems Design and Analysis BIT105 Introduction to Computer Science ENVT105 Environmental Studies CRIT109 Critical Thinking Year 2 Fall BIT201 Fundamentals of Web Technologies BIT202 Fundamentals of Networking BIT203 Computer Programming Fundamentals BIT204 Software Engineering BIT205 Computer Architecture and Organization Year 2 Spring BIT206 Object Oriented Programming BIT207 Information Assurance and Security BIT208 Operating System BIT209 Fundamentals of Database BIT210 Human Computer Interaction Year 3 Fall BIT301 Integrative Programming and Technologies BIT302 Database Programming BIT303 System Administration and Maintenance BIT304 Network Communications and Security BIT305 Distributed Systems Year 3 Spring BIT306 Management Information Systems BIT307 Mobile Application Development BIT308 Intelligent Systems BIT309 Web Development BIT310 IT Project Management Year 4 Fall RESM202 Research Methodology BIT401 Data Warehousing BIT402 Digital Media BIT403 Knowledge Based Systems BIT404 e-Commerce Year 4 Spring BIT405 Cloud Computing BIT406 IT and Society BIT407 Software Quality Management BIT408 Graduation Project BIT409 Internship General University Admission Requirements Candidates applying to the Bachelor of Information Technology program must meet the following minimum requirements: Hold a UAE High School Certificate with an average score of 60% or its equivalent (Pass) Students holding American Secondary Degree (High School Diploma) or The International/French Baccalaureate: Must have completed 12 years of studies upon obtaining the High School Certificate Submit a certified copy of grades 10, 11, and 12 transcript certificates Must have completed at least (6) courses successfully within at least four of the following study areas: Mathematics, Sciences, Social Studies, and languages Students holding a British Secondary Certificate (IGCSE, GCSE, GCE): A total of 7 O-Level or GCSE/IGCSE subjects are required or alternatively, a combination of O-Level and AS/A-Levels, provided that the subjects cover at least four of the following fields: Math, Science, Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences and/or Arts and Design. The minimum required grades for the above accepted subjects are “C” for the O level, “D” for AS level, and “E” for the A level. Hold a Scientific Stream Secondary school certificate ( or equivalent) with a minimum average of 70% Demonstrate evidence of Proficiency in English as per the Standards. English Proficiency Requirements Candidates applying to the Bachelor of Information Technology whose native language is not English must take an English Proficiency Test and obtain one of the following scores: TOEFL - Internet English Proficiency test (IBT) with a minimum score of 61 TOEFL – Institutional Testing Program (ITP) at ADUC with a minimum score of 500, IELTS Test (Academic) with a minimum score of 5.0 Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE A) A score between 36 to 41 is equivalent to IELTS score of 5.0 A score of 44 is equivalent to: TOEFL iBT score of 61 TOEFL ITP score of 500 Cambridge English Advanced Test Score of 41 City & Guilds IESOL Test score of B1/B2 Borderline Documents Requirements Applicants, seeking admission to the undergraduate programs, must submit the following documents: application Form, completed and signed by the applicant; a non-refundable application fee of AED 400; high School Certificate (Original or Certified copy) approved by the UAE ministry of Education or Equivalent; TOEFL (or equivalent) score certificate in original; Official Academic Transcripts; four passport size photographs; copy of passport and Emirates ID card; No objection letter from NATIONAL MILITARY SERVICE for UAE Nationals After review of the application, the College decision will be communicated to the candidate via electronic mail or by postal services. 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BSc

Bachelor of Science in Communication Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Career opportunities Wireless Network Engineer Communications Engineerr Satellite Communications Engineer [+]

Career opportunities Wireless Network Engineer Communications Engineerr Satellite Communications Engineer Green Information and Communication Technology Engineer Radio Frequency Engineer Network Security Engineer Network Architect Study Plan Semester 1 CHM101 Chemistry for Engineerings MTH101 Calculus I PHY101 Physics I CPE101 Computer Applications ENGL102 English Writing Skills Semester 2 MTH103 Discrete Math MTH102 Calculus II PHY102 Physics II ENG101 Introduction to Engineering xxx-xxx General Education Course Semester 3 MTH201 Differential Equations ELE201 Circuit I CPE201 Computer Programming Fundamentals ELE202 Digital Logic Circuits ECN201 Engineering Economy Semester 4 MTH202 Linear Algebra ELE203 Engineering Programming and analysis CPE202 Fundamentals of Networking ELE204 Circuit II xxx-xxx General Education Course Semester 5 ELE301 Electronic Circuits ELE302 Signal and Systems CPE301 Network Communications and Security ELE303 Introduction to Microprocessors xxx-xxx General Education Course Semester 6 MTH301 Probability and Statistics ELE304 Digital Signal Processing CME301 Communication Systems CME302 Electromagnetic Fields and Wave Propagation RESM202 Research Methodology Semester 7 CME401 Engineering Design Project I ELE402 Computer systems Instrumentation & Control CME402 Digital Communications XXX-XXX Technical Elective I xxx-xxx Technical Elective II Semester 8 CME403 Engineering Design Project II CME404 Wireless Communications XXX-XXX Technical Elective III xxx-xxx Technical Elective IV xxx-xxx Technical Elective V Summer CPE 400 Internship (Training 8 weeks) General University Admission Requirements Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: Hold a UAE High School Certificate with an average score of 60% or its equivalent (Pass) Students holding American Secondary Degree (High School Diploma) or The International/French Baccalaureate: Must have completed 12 years of studies upon obtaining the High School Certificate Submit a certified copy of grades 10, 11, and 12 transcript certificates Must have completed at least (6) courses successfully within at least four of the following study areas: Mathematics, Sciences, Social Studies, and languages Students holding a British Secondary Certificate (IGCSE, GCSE, GCE): A total of 7 O-Level or GCSE/IGCSE subjects are required or alternatively, a combination of O-Level and AS/A-Levels, provided that the subjects cover at least four of the following fields: Math, Science, Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences and/or Arts and Design. The minimum required grades for the above accepted subjects are “C” for the O level, “D” for AS level, and “E” for the A level. Hold a Scientific Stream Secondary school certificate ( or equivalent) with a minimum average of 70% Demonstrate evidence of Proficiency in English as per the Standards. English Proficiency Requirements Candidates whose native language is not English must take an English Proficiency Test and obtain one of the following scores: TOEFL - Internet English Proficiency test (IBT) with a minimum score of 61 TOEFL – Institutional Testing Program (ITP) at ADUC with a minimum score of 500, IELTS Test (Academic) with a minimum score of 5.0 Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE A) A score between 36 to 41 is equivalent to IELTS score of 5.0 A score of 44 is equivalent to: TOEFL iBT score of 61 TOEFL ITP score of 500 Cambridge English Advanced Test Score of 41 City & Guilds IESOL Test score of B1/B2 Borderline Documents Requirements Applicants, seeking admission to the undergraduate programs, must submit the following documents: application Form, completed and signed by the applicant; a non-refundable application fee of AED 400; high School Certificate (Original or Certified copy) approved by the UAE ministry of Education or Equivalent; TOEFL (or equivalent) score certificate in original; Official Academic Transcripts; four passport size photographs; copy of passport and Emirates ID card; No objection letter from NATIONAL MILITARY SERVICE for UAE Nationals After review of the application, the College decision will be communicated to the candidate via electronic mail or by postal services. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Career opportunities Computer Hardware Engineer Software Engineer Security Analysts [+]

Career opportunities Computer Hardware Engineer Software Engineer Security Analysts Researcher in laboratories Network Engineer Computer System Analyst Computer Network Architect Network Architect Semester 1 CHM101 Chemistry for Engineerings MTH101 Calculus I PHY101 Physics I CPE101 Computer Applications ENGL102 English Writing Skills Semester 2 MTH103 Discrete Math MTH102 Calculus II PHY102 Physics II ENG101 Introduction to Engineering xxx-xxx General Education Course Semester 3 MTH201 Differential Equations ELE201 Circuit I CPE201 Computer Programming Fundamentals ELE202 Digital Logic Circuits ECN201 Engineering Economy Semester 4 MTH202 Linear Algebra ELE203 Engineering Programming and analysis CPE202 Fundamentals of Networking CPE203 Data Structure xxx-xxx General Education Course Semester 5 ELE301 Electronic Circuits ELE302 Signal and Systems CPE301 Network Communications and Security ELE303 Introduction to Microprocessors xxx-xxx General Education Course Semester 6 MTH301 Probability and Statistics ELE304 Digital Signal Processing CPE302 Operating System CPE303 Computer Architecture and Organization RESM202 Research Methodology Semester 7 CME401 Engineering Design Project I ELE402 Computer systems Instrumentation & Control ELE401 Digital Image Processing and Applications CPE402 Embedded Systems xxx-xxx Technical Elective I Semester 8 CME403 Engineering Design Project II CPE404 Computer Hardware Design CPE405 I/O Interfacing xxx-xxx Technical Elective II xxx-xxx Technical Elective III Summer CPE 400 Internship (Training 8 weeks) General University Admission Requirements Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: Hold a UAE High School Certificate with an average score of 60% or its equivalent (Pass) Students holding American Secondary Degree (High School Diploma) or The International/French Baccalaureate: Must have completed 12 years of studies upon obtaining the High School Certificate Submit a certified copy of grades 10, 11, and 12 transcript certificates Must have completed at least (6) courses successfully within at least four of the following study areas: Mathematics, Sciences, Social Studies, and languages Students holding a British Secondary Certificate (IGCSE, GCSE, GCE): A total of 7 O-Level or GCSE/IGCSE subjects are required or alternatively, a combination of O-Level and AS/A-Levels, provided that the subjects cover at least four of the following fields: Math, Science, Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences and/or Arts and Design. The minimum required grades for the above accepted subjects are “C” for the O level, “D” for AS level, and “E” for the A level. Hold a Scientific Stream Secondary school certificate ( or equivalent) with a minimum average of 70% Demonstrate evidence of Proficiency in English as per the Standards. English Proficiency Requirements Candidates whose native language is not English must take an English Proficiency Test and obtain one of the following scores: TOEFL - Internet English Proficiency test (IBT) with a minimum score of 61 TOEFL – Institutional Testing Program (ITP) at ADUC with a minimum score of 500, IELTS Test (Academic) with a minimum score of 5.0 Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE A) A score between 36 to 41 is equivalent to IELTS score of 5.0 A score of 44 is equivalent to: TOEFL iBT score of 61 TOEFL ITP score of 500 Cambridge English Advanced Test Score of 41 City & Guilds IESOL Test score of B1/B2 Borderline Documents Requirements Applicants, seeking admission to the undergraduate programs, must submit the following documents: application Form, completed and signed by the applicant; a non-refundable application fee of AED 400; high School Certificate (Original or Certified copy) approved by the UAE ministry of Education or Equivalent; TOEFL (or equivalent) score certificate in original; Official Academic Transcripts; four passport size photographs; copy of passport and Emirates ID card; No objection letter from NATIONAL MILITARY SERVICE for UAE Nationals After review of the application, the College decision will be communicated to the candidate via electronic mail or by postal services. Study Plan [-]

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Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Welcome to the School of Mass Communication at Al Dar University College. The goal of our school is to integrate students in the new media era to perform as global communicators, and provide them with the best training and preparation for productive and responsible careers in mass communication. [+]

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication Welcome to the School of Mass Communication at Al Dar University College. The goal of our school is to integrate students in the new media era to perform as global communicators, and provide them with the best training and preparation for productive and responsible careers in mass communication. The school of Mass Communication offers programs of study in Public Relations . [-]

BBA

Bachelor of Business Administration

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

The School of Business Administration (SBA) at ADUC caters to the need of multicultural workforce in the field of Business and Management. The school derives its inspiration from the ADUC Vision and Mission of providing competitive educational programs in the real-world settings, contributing to the knowledge society and sustainable development of UAE and the region. [+]

Bachelor Degree in Business Administration The School of Business Administration (SBA) at ADUC caters to the need of multicultural workforce in the field of Business and Management. The school derives its inspiration from the ADUC Vision and Mission of providing competitive educational programs in the real-world settings, contributing to the knowledge society and sustainable development of UAE and the region. The School of Business Administration offers degree courses at the Bachelor and Associate degree level and aspire to launch the Graduate level programs very soon. The School is well equipped with the state of the art facilities and infrastructure along with the qualified Faculty and Staff with comprehensive professional experience. Bachelor Degree Program: Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting Marketing Human Resource Management Program Mission The mission of the BBA Program is to provide students with high quality business education and to equip them with the skills and aptitudes required to successfully operate in the work place, to advance their career goals and to pursue further studies. Program Goals GOAL 1 Demonstrate a broad theoretical knowledge of management concepts, theories and processes and their application to business contexts GOAL 2 Develop and apply critical thinking skills to complex business management operations and propose appropriate solutions GOAL 3 Develop effective interpersonal skills and deploy creativity in different business contexts GOAL 4 Demonstrate ability to comprehend and integrate multiple perspectives in business GOAL 5 Demonstrate ability to learn from different experiences and embrace new knowledge and skills Program Learning Outcome Upon completion of the BBA Program, students will be able to: PL01 Understand management systems, functions and processes in business organizations PLO2 Understand societal, economic and cultural trends in the Gulf region and globally and their impact on business PLO3 Analyze, evaluate and formulate strategic solutions to business problems PLO4 Convey messages efficiently in both oral and written forms in different business situations. PLO5 Demonstrate aptitude to work independently as well as part of a group in different situations PLO6 Formulate creative solutions to business problems PLO7 Demonstrate specific competencies and skills related to the respective fields of concentration PLO8 Demonstrate ability to integrate and manage different operations and functions of a business PLO9 Demonstrate ethical, social and professional awareness and sensitivity in business decisions PLO10 Critically explore complex and unpredictable matters and situations Course Organization Credit Hours General Education 27 Credit Hours Business Core 68 Credit Hours Free Electives 06 Credit Hours Concentration 19 Credit Hours Total 120 Credit Hours Curriculum Template Human Resource Management Year 1 Semester 1 BIT101 Computer Applications ARTS108 Introduction to Arts SOCL 107 UAE Society and Culture ISLC104 Islamic Culture None ENVT105 Environmental Studies Year 1 Semester 2 ENGL102 English Writing Skills MATH106 Business Mathematics MGMT208 Principles of Management MKTG 301 Principles of Marketing ECON 201 Microeconomics Year 2 Semester 3 BULW 305 Business Law ECON 204 Macroeconomics CRIT 109 Critical Thinking ENGL 103 Advanced English Writing Skills STAT 201 Business Statistics Year 2 Semester 4 BUSN203 Business Communication RESM 202 Research Methodology ORGB 309 Organizational Behavior ECON 206 The Global Economy ACCT 202 Introduction to Financial Accounting Year 3 Semester 5 ECON 207 The GCC Economies FINA 204 Financial Management ACCT 203 Managerial Accounting MGMT 308 International Business HURM 401 Human Resource Management Year 3 Semester 6 Free Elective 1 MGMT 307 Operations Management MGMT 403 Leadership MGMT 209 Career Preparation and Planning HURM 402 Performance and Compensation Year 4 Semester 7 MGMT 404 Management of Change MGMT 401 Project Management STRT 405 Strategic Management MISM 402 Management Information Systems HURM 403 Training and Development Year 4 Semester 8 ETIC 306 Business Ethics Free Elective 2 HURM 404 Recruitment and Selection HURM 405 UAE Labor Law and Relations HURM 406 Internship General University Admission Requirements Candidates applying to the Bachelor of Business Administration must meet the following minimum requirements: Hold a UAE High School Certificate with an average score of 60% or its equivalent (Pass) Students holding American Secondary Degree (High School Diploma) or The International/French Baccalaureate: Must have completed 12 years of studies upon obtaining the High School Certificate Submit a certified copy of grades 10, 11, and 12 transcript certificates Must have completed at least (6) courses successfully within at least four of the following study areas: Mathematics, Sciences, Social Studies, and languages Students holding a British Secondary Certificate (IGCSE, GCSE, GCE): A total of 7 O-Level or GCSE/IGCSE subjects are required or alternatively, a combination of O-Level and AS/A-Levels, provided that the subjects cover at least four of the following fields: Math, Science, Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences and/or Arts and Design. The minimum required grades for the above accepted subjects are “C” for the O level, “D” for AS level, and “E” for the A level. Demonstrate evidence of Proficiency in English as per the Standards. English Proficiency Requirements Candidates whose native language is not English must take an English Proficiency Test and obtain one of the following scores: TOEFL - Internet English Proficiency test (IBT) with a minimum score of 61 TOEFL – Institutional Testing Program (ITP) at ADUC with a minimum score of 500, IELTS Test (Academic) with a minimum score of 5.0 Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE A) A score between 36 to 41 is equivalent to IELTS score of 5.0 A score of 44 is equivalent to: TOEFL iBT score of 61 TOEFL ITP score of 500 Cambridge English Advanced Test Score of 41 City & Guilds IESOL Test score of B1/B2 Borderline Documents Requirements Applicants, seeking admission to the undergraduate programs, must submit the following documents: application Form, completed and signed by the applicant; a non-refundable application fee of AED 400; high School Certificate (Original or Certified copy) approved by the UAE ministry of Education or Equivalent; TOEFL (or equivalent) score certificate in original; Official Academic Transcripts; four passport size photographs; copy of passport and Emirates ID card; No objection letter from NATIONAL MILITARY SERVICE for UAE Nationals After review of the application, the College decision will be communicated to the candidate via electronic mail or by postal services. 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Dubai, AE
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