This module will cover the fundamentals of internal accounting system to be used by managers within the business organizations.  It covers sales day book and sales ledger, purchases day book and purchases ledger, returns day books, the journal, the analytical petty cash book and the imprest system, employee' pay, computers and accounting, computerized accounting systems.

This module provides the concepts and skills required in management and organizations. Management is a dynamic discipline and this module reflects those changes to help prepare students to manage under those conditions. Topics cover includes defining the manager's terrain, planning and organizational structure and design and how to manage the change and innovation.


This unit introduces the conceptual understanding of the basic principles of finance and business. It gives introduction to the foundations of financial management, the goal of the firm, legal forms of business organization, role of financial manager in a corporation, the valuation of financial assets, the time value of money, the meaning and measurement of risk and return, the valuation and characteristics of stock.


It teaches the overview of financial system, money banking and financial markets. It gives the understanding of interest rates, behaviours of interest rates, the risk and term structure of interest rates, the stock markets, the banking the management of financial institutions, financial crises, the central banks and federal reserve system, the structure and competition of banking industry.


This module covers the introductory on the financial markets, securities, derivatives. In addition, it will also teaches the basic classification of the financial markets, money and capital markets, primary and secondary markets, debt and equity instruments, common and preferred stocks, coupon and discount bonds. It also covers valuation and financial assets and efficient markets, insider trading and speculative bubbles.


his module introduces what the economics is and why studies economics for business. It highlights problems faced by real business and shows how economics can help solve these decision problems. It covers understanding the firms and markets, competition and profitability and macroeconomics.


his unit provides participants with the statistical concept and techniques to apply in real-world and decision making problems. It teaches probability and probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, sampling distributions, estimating single population parameters, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlations analysis.


This course provides students with the understanding of effective instructional techniques in business communication. It covers planning, writing & completing business messages, writing letters, memos, e-mail, and other brief messages and preparing reports and oral presentations.