This module provides the introduction to 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 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. This course covers all the fundamental concepts in Economics.
This module presents the introduction to human resource management. It covers supervisors as managers, equal opportunity in the workplace, creating a positive work climate, developing job expectations, recruiting and selecting applicants, team work and team building, evaluating performances, planning and organizing, communicating effectively, decision making, problem solving and controlling and motivating.
This unit provides communicative approach addressing Academic English four skills to support individual's English proficiency. The pedagogy will utilize several instructional methods, emphasizing cooperative and collaborative interactive learning, as language is largely a social dynamic.
This course will provide participants with a fundamental understanding of information technology to apply in today business world. The main objective of this course is to provide a conceptual and practical basis for student learning and pre-University foundation program. The course module will be including four major sections. These are managing IT in a digital world, computer systems, telecommunications and networking and the data resources. First section will discuss in detail the key concepts underlying today's computer systems (hardware and software) and network technologies. The second section will covers on the basics of both computer hardware, the physical pieces of a computer system, and computer software, the set of programs that control the operations of the computer system. The Third section will focuses on the business need for networking, as influenced by the ever-evolving telecommunications industry. The Fourth section will describe issues related to managing the data resource in today's organizations. This section focuses on data modeling and data architecture, including key principles in managing data, the role of metadata, tools for managing data, packaged data models, and data management processes and policies within organizations.
This module gives a good understanding of quantitative techniques and how and when to use them as a business manager. It covers the use of quantitative techniques by business, the role of quantitative techniques in business, models in quantitative decision making, the tools of the trade, presenting management information, management statistics, probability and probability distributions, decision making under uncertainty.
The unit introduces principles, theories and concepts of marking in business organizations. The aim of the unit is to provide students with the opportunity to apply marketing principles, theories and concepts to the range of decision makers in organizations and society.
This module gives an introduction to human behavior in the organizational setting and its managerial implications. It covers the world of organizational behavior in terms of managing diversity, culture, socialization and mentoring, individual behavior in organizations based on self-concept, personality, abilities and emotions, values attitudes and job satisfaction, group and social processes by learning team and teamwork, organizational processes concerned on tactics, leadership, empowerment and politics.
This module provides fundamental concepts through the major tasks associated with marketing to the strategic role of marketing in an organization. It will cover the nature and scope of marketing, identifying and selecting markets, the product, price, distribution, and promotion in sales and marking environment.
This module gives basic accounting principles. It covers the accounting elements of the financial statements, the financial statements of sole traders, books of original entry, adjustments for financial statements and special accounting procedures.