BS Management

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Program Description

BS Management

The primary focus of the management curriculum is to provide students with a solid base in management principles, functions, and practices. It prepares students with the necessary tools to examine and analyze internal and external business environments in order to cope and take appropriate decisions. The instructional methods involve the analytical review of managerial case studies to help students understand how theories are applied in real life situations and develop their critical thinking abilities. Opportunities for management graduates are in service, commercial and industrial firms. Moreover, this undergraduate program helps students to pursue graduate studies or any other advanced certification programs.

GENERAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS (24 credits)

  • CSI 200 Computer Literacy
  • ENG 201 Composition & Rhetoric I
  • ENG 202 Composition & Rhetoric II
  • ENG 205 English Communication Skills
  • HMS 201 Active Learning & Research Methodology
  • HMS 301 Western Civilization
  • MAT 220 Math For Business & Finance
  • MGT 300 Business Communication

FREE LIBERAL ARTS ELECTIVES (9 credits)

To be selected from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences

BUSINESS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS (33 credits)

  • ACC 201 Principles Of Accounting I
  • ACC 202 Principles Of Accounting II
  • ECO 201 Introduction To Microeconomics
  • FIN 301 Finance I
  • MGT 210 Management Principles
  • MGT 330 Business Law I
  • MIS 305 Management Information Systems I
  • MKT 201 Principles Of Marketing
  • STA 210 Statistics & Probability For Business I
  • STA 310 Statistics & Probability For Business II

MANAGEMENT MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (33 credits)

  • ACC 301 Managerial Accounting
  • ECO 310 Managerial Economics
  • MGT 312 Quantitative Methods For Business Decisions
  • MGT 320 Human Resources Management
  • MGT 335 Organizational Behavior
  • MGT 370 International Business
  • MGT 401 Total Quality Management
  • MGT 410 Project Management
  • MGT 411 Business Ethics
  • MGT 420 Strategic Management
  • MGT 499 Senior Project In Management

TECHNICAL ELECTIVES (6 credits)

To be selected from courses of numbers 300 and above offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics

REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (27 credits)

  • ENG 00A Basic English I
  • ENG 000 Intensive English I
  • ENG 001 Intensive English II
Last updated February 2018

About the School

AUST reflects the concerns of its founders in that American-styled university education should be within the reach of all qualified students. Hence, tuition fees are kept at a minimum level, while pro ... Read More

AUST reflects the concerns of its founders in that American-styled university education should be within the reach of all qualified students. Hence, tuition fees are kept at a minimum level, while providing financial aid to those students who cannot afford the tuition, and without compromising the requirements for growth and excellence in academic delivery... Read less