This course seeks to analyze the nature and scope of international business in the global market economy. Topics covered international business environments: opportunities and challenges under different legislations and cross-cultural concerns in management.

Students learn to establish, operate, and control integrated, computer-based information systems to support management decision-making. Topics discussed include structuring of information systems, hardware and software systems, quality assurance, information gathering, storage, retrieval and control.

A study of the marketing process, functions, institutions, channels in distribution of goods and services from producers to consumers, buying motives, roles of middlemen, marketing practices, and marketing costs.

This course offers an introduction to investments whereby the course focuses on investment analysis, portfolio management, capital markets, basic terminology of investments and its principles. Further, the course provides various topics—that are directly related to investments—such as types of securities, risk and return analysis, and portfolio balancing strategies.

Business statistics is the science of making decisions based on extensive analysis in manufacturing, auditing, and econometrics.

The course focuses on the theory of management projects in which deploy application of various techniques for decision- making, and application of theory-learned in class to practical project for the class. In additions, it covers project planning and tracking, performance metrics and performance evaluation, as well as recruiting, retention, career planning, team building, quality control, negotiation, risk analysis, and legal issues.