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Industrial Engineering program of the Department of Industrial Engineering is offering for its successful students the opportunity to go through one of its Double Major Programs according to their career plans. There are two options; Double Major in Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, and Double Major in Industrial Engineering and Business Administration. Successful students can be enrolled in one of the programs and the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) of Turkey approves the diplomas of the graduates of the Double Degree programs.

   

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Double Major Program in Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering 


Industrial Engineering Department is offering for its successful students the opportunity to go through Double Major Program in Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering disciplines. There are more than ten graduates of this program and several successful students are already enrolled in the program. 

A double major program is made up of at least 36 credits in addition to total credits of all courses in the first major program. Additional to Industrial Engineering program BS curriculum stated in the previous sections, double major students should take following courses from Mechanical Engineering Department: 

 

MENG190 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering, 1

MENG201 Mechanical Workshop Practice, 2

MENG203 Experimental Methods for Engineers, 2

MENG222 Strength of Materials, 4

MENG233 Rigid Body Dynamics, 4

MENG331 Dynamics of Machinery, 4

MENG332 Control Systems , 4

MENG345 Heat Transfer, 4

MENG353 Fluid Mechanics, 4

MENG375 Machine Elements – I, 3

MENG376 Machine Elements – II, 3

MENG410 Introduction to Capstone Design, 1

MENG411 Capstone Team Project, 3

Total Credits = 42

Additionally; as Area Electives in the curriculum of BS in Industrial Engineering, the Double Major student should register to MENG246 (Thermodynamics-II) as the Area Elective-III and to MATH373 (Numerical Analysis for Engineers) as the Area Elective-II and MENG303 principles of computer Aided Engineering (CAE) as the Area Elective IV.

 

COURSES THAT ARE COMMON IN BOTH MAJOR PROGRAMS  

CMPE110 Fundamentals of Computing & Programming; CMPE108 Algorithms & Programming

IENG323 Engineering Economy; IENG420 Fundamentals of Engineering Economy

IENG310 Industrial Training – III; MENG400 Summer Practice

MATH241 Linear Algebra & Ordinary Differential Equations; MATH207 Differential Equations

MENG104 Engineering Graphics

IENG263 Materials & Manufacturing Processes; MENG364 Manufacturing Technology

MENG231 Engineering Mechanics; CIVL211 Statics

MENG244 Fundamentals of Thermodynamics; MENG245 Thermodynamics - I

 

For students registered in the double-major program a separate transcript is prepared for each major program. Courses that are common in both major programs appear in the semester registration of each program and are shown on both transcripts. Compulsory courses in the double-major program, equivalency of the courses, common courses in both major programs and principles to be followed in the first major program for those students who leave the program are specified in the "Double-major Programs and Application Regulations". Being admitted to or leaving a double-major program is not considered as horizontal transfer for students. 

Quotas and Student Admission Announcements 

Double-major Programs quotas, program admission and application requirements are announced jointly by relevant faculties upon taking the recommendations of relevant departments at least 5 working days prior to the first day of the registration period of each academic semester.  

Admission Requirements and Applications  

In order to be eligible to apply for the double-major program, students:

 

  • Should already be registered at least for a semester in one of the departments that forms the Double-major program and should renew his/her registration during the period of application to the double-major program.
  • Can apply for the double-major program earliest at the beginning of the third semester of the first major program.
  • Should obtain minimum grade of 'D' for all credit courses in the first major program up to the period of application.
  • Should hold a minimum CGPA of 3.00.  

A student can apply for more than one double-major program. However, students cannot register for more than one double-major program or a double-major and a double minor program at the same time. Applications for double-major programs take place until the last day of the academic semester registration period following the announcement of the double-major programs. Applications are processed by the Registrar's Office after the submission of an application form and a transcript. Registrar's Office sends all applications to the department of the first major program on the first working day following the registration deadline. The double-major program committee reviews applicants' documents and academic reference letters, if available, and determines whether the candidates will be admitted to double-major programs based on the set quota and whether applicants who have gained admission will be exempted from specific courses. The committee then submits the decision in writing to the department head of the first major program who will ask for relevant departments' and faculties' approval. Students who have gained admission for the double-major program must register for the double-major program during the add-drop period of the relevant academic semester.  

 

Semester Leave  

A student who is granted a leave of absence in the first major program is also considered to be on leave of absence in his/her second major program. Upon the views of the relevant coordinator, the recommendation of the department giving the first major program and the decision of the relevant Faculty Board, students who are not able to take any double-major program courses due to double-major program courses not being opened or course clashes may be granted a leave of absence for a semester in their double-major program.  

Course Withdrawal  

If a student of the double-major program wants to withdraw from a course that is common both in the first and the second major programs, the process of withdrawal will take place in both programs and this will be shown on both transcripts.  

Course Load  

The total credit course load of a double-major student who takes courses both from the first and the second major programs:

 

  • can exceed the maximum course load of the first major program by one course if the student holds a CGPA between 2.00-2.49 from the first major program
  • can exceed the maximum course load of the first major program by two courses if the student holds a CGPA of 2.50 and above from the first major program.  

 

Success and Dismissal in the Program  

A student's success and graduation in the first major program are not affected by the second major program in any way. Students who wish to leave the double-major program of their own accord should submit a written petition to the department which offers the first major program until the last day of the add-drop period. Applications submitted after this period, are put into practice at the beginning of the following academic semester. A student who's CGPA at the first major program or at the second major program falls below 2.00 for two consecutive semesters is dismissed from the double-major program. Only Spring and Fall semesters performance records of a student are taken into consideration during the application of this regulation. Students who do not take any courses from the second major program for two consecutive semesters without any permission are dismissed from the double-major program. If a student is dismissed from the double-major program or leaves the program of his/her own accord, s/he is not required to repeat the failed second major program courses that do not appear in the first major program. Students who leave the double-major program of their own accord or whose registration has been terminated cannot apply for the same double-major program again. If a student goes back to the first major program by leaving the double-major program or transfers to another program horizontally, s/he is required to satisfy the requirements of the new program and loses the privileges of the double-major program. If a student leaves the double-major program and transfers to another department horizontally instead of returning back to the first major program, provisions of the EMU Education, Examinations and Success By-law are applied. A written notification about the situation of a student who leaves the double-major program of his/her own accord or whose registration is terminated from the double-major program is sent to the department head of the second major program and the Registrar's Office.  

 

Graduation and Diplomas  

Students, who gain the right of graduation from the first major program and who, at the same time, complete the second major program with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 are given the second major undergraduate diploma. Students who obtain the right of graduation from the second major program are not given the second major undergraduate diploma until they obtain the right of graduation from the first major program. Students who obtain the right of graduation from the first major program but who have not yet completed the second major program are given a first major degree undergraduate diploma. Such students can benefit from an extension of maximum two semesters excluding the summer term to complete the second major program.  This period can be further extended subject to the decision of the Faculty/School Administrative Board. Following the completion of the double-major program, such students receive the second major undergraduate diploma at the end of the relevant semester. Students can register for a postgraduate program between the periods of graduation from the first major program and until they graduate from the second major program. Students in such situation are entitled to pay the tuition fees specified for the postgraduate program. Student related procedures of a student who has graduated from the first major program but who still attends the second major program are carried out by the department of the second major program.

 

Tuition Fees in the Double-Major Program  

A part from the education fees of the registered department, students who are admitted to a double-major program are entitled to pay the fee per credit for each course in the second major program that is not common with the first major program courses. Those students who benefit from scholarships or discounts that are stated in the Eastern Mediterranean University Student Scholarship Application By-law, in their first major program can also benefit from these rights in their second major programs. The duration of the scholarship is two semesters after having graduated from the first major program. Students who take additional courses from their first major program after having met the requirements (specified in article 6 of the 'Course Registration By-law') can use this right in the second major program, if they wish. For extra courses taken under the circumstances specified above, no payment is made.  

 

DOUBLE MAJOR PROGRAM COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

The descriptions of courses that they are common with Industrial Engineering BS Program are not given here. You can check their descriptions from previous sections.  

 

MATH373 Numerical Analysis for Engineers (3,0,1)3

Numerical error. Solution of nonlinear equations, and linear systems of equations. Interpolation and extrapolation. Curve fitting. Numerical differentiation and integration. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations.

Prerequisites: MATH207 or MATH241 or MATH203  

MENG190 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering (1,0,1)1

This course aims to familiarize first year mechanical engineering students by introducing them to the fundamentals of discipline; job opportunities for mechanical engineers; basic study skills; an overview of fundamentals laws and principles of mechanical engineering; introduction to problem layout and problem solving methods; simplified engineering modeling and analysis of mechanical systems; collection, manipulation and presentation of engineering data; ethical issues; and the importance of computers and language skills for effective communication.

Prerequisites: None

MENG201 Mechanical Workshop Practice (1,3,0)2

This is to be conducted in the Mechanical Engineering Department's workshops by all Mechanical Engineering students who have completed a minimum of three semesters in the program. Students will perform various hand and machine tool operations under staff supervision. It includes introduction to engineering materials, and selected practices on laying-out and setting out a job, using measuring devices. At the end of the training students will be required to complete a report regarding their training.

Prerequisites: None  

MENG203 Experimental Methods for Engineers (1,3,0)2

Principles and methods of experimentation. Sensing devices, measuring devices and their limitations. Designing and planning experiments; data analysis, error analysis and uncertainty analysis. Performing and reporting of experiments.

Prerequisites: None  

MENG222 Strength of Materials (4,1,0)4

Definition of stress, strain. Hook's law. Constitutive relations for uniaxial stresses. Shearing stress and strain. Torsion of circular members. Thin walled pressure vessels. Relations between bending moment, shearing force and distributed loads. Bending of beams with symmetrical sections. Bending of composite beams.

Prerequisites: MENG231 or CIVL211  

MENG233 Rigid Body Dynamics (4,0,1)4

Kinematics of rigid bodies.2-D rigid body dynamics, D` Alembert`s principle. Energy Methods. Principle of impulse and momentum Angular momentum in 3-D.Motion about a fixed axis. Undamped vibration of rigid bodies.

Prerequisites:MENG231 or CIVL211   

MENG246 Thermodynamics - II (3,1,0)3

Gas power cycles. Vapor and combined power cycles. Refrigeration cycles. Thermodynamic property relations. Gas mixtures. Gas-vapor mixtures and air conditioning. Chemical reactions. Chemical and phase equilibrium. Thermodynamics of high speed fluid flow.

Prerequisites: MENG245 & MENG203  

MENG303 Principles of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) (2,3,0)3

Integration of computers into the design cycle. Interactive computer modeling and analysis. Geometrical modeling with wire frame, surface, and solid models. Finite element modeling and analysis. Curves and surfaces and CAD/CAM data exchange. The integration of CAD, CAE and CAM systems.

Prerequisites: MENG104  

MENG331 Dynamics of Machinery (4,1,0)4

Mechanical vibrations: 2-DOF vibrating systems, vibration measuring instruments, numerical methods for multi-degree of freedom systems, Dunkerley's equations, vibration of continuous systems, random vibrations. Balancing of machinery: rigid rotors, reciprocating machines, flywheels, planar linkages, balancing machines and instrumentation. Cam dynamics, gyroscope and governors.

Prerequisites: MENG233 or MENG231 & MATH207 or MATH241  

MENG332 Systems Control (4,1,0)4

Control engineering mathematics, complex variables and Laplace transforms. Initial and final value theorems. Introduction to practical controllers and control principles. Mathematical modeling of dynamic systems, transfer functions and block diagrams, transient response analysis, stability analysis. Analysis of systems, deviation of transfer function and frequency response for various systems, devices and elements.

Prerequisites: MENG331  

MENG345 Heat Transfer (4,1,0)4

Introduction, Conservation Laws, Introduction to conduction, One-dimensional steady state conduction, thermal generation, and extended surface, Two-dimensional and transient conduction, Introduction to convection, External Flow, Internal Flow, Free Convection, Boiling and Condensation, Heat Exchangers, Thermal Radiation, Absorption, reflection, and transmission, Radiation exchange, Mass Transfer.

Prerequisites: MENG245 & MATH207  

MENG353 Fluid Mechanics (4,1,0)4

Fluid static's and forces on submerged bodies Introduction to kinematics of fluid flow. Energy, continuity and momentum equations. Navier-Stokes equations. Viscous flow through closed conduits. Fundamentals of boundary layer analysis. Dimensional analysis. Potential flow. Introduction to hydraulic machinery.

Prerequisites: MATH207  

MENG375 Machine Elements – I (3,0,1)3

The course covers fundamentals of machine design which include: general design rules, load analysis, materials selection, stress, strain and deflection analysis, failure theories, the concepts of reliability and safety, tolerances and fits; and introduces design guidelines.

Prerequisites: MENG222  

MENG376 Machine Elements – II (3,0,1)3

Mathematical models and equations for: fasteners and power screws, springs, bearings, gears, shafts, clutches and brakes, belt and chain drives. Force and stress analysis of gears and gear systems. Cam and follower systems. Systematic approach to design. Students will have an opportunity to work on a design project using learned knowledge.

Prerequisites: MENG375  

MENG410 Introduction to Capstone Design (1,0,1)1

The course aims to prepare the senior year students for their capstone design projects, and to provide guidance with the selection of their project advisors, topics and teams. The students are introduced to the basic features of the Capstone Design process, elements of a Capstone Project Report and written oral presentation techniques.

Prerequisites: D.C  

MENG411 Capstone Team Project (1,4,0)3

The purpose of the course is to develop an understanding of independent research through the study of a particular Mechanical Engineering topic of interest. The special project is an exercise in the professional application of specialist skills and experience developed in Mechanical Engineering program. Research topics, which may be principally experimental, theoretical or applied, will be chosen in consultation with a project supervisor.

Prerequisites: MENG410 and MENG400  




Double Major Program in Industrial Engineering and Business Administration


A double major program is made up of at least 36 credit hours in addition to total credits of all courses in the first major program. In addition to Industrial Engineering BS curriculum, double major students should take the following 14 courses from Business Administration department:

 

CreditsRef CodeCourse CodeFull Course Title
311711MGMT101INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS - I
311721MGMT102INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS - II
311724ECON102INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS - II
311732MGMT211BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
311742MGMT202ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
311734ACCT201PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING - I
311751MRKT301MARKETING
311752FINA301FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
311753MGMT305DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT SKILLS
311762MGMT303HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
311763MGMT308INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS-I
311781MGMT424BUSINESS POLICY

Total Credit = 36 credit hours  

 

COURSES THAT ARE COMMON IN BOTH MAJOR PROGRAMS

 

Industrial Engineering DepartmentBusiness Administration Department
26714ENGL191Communication in English - I11712ENGL191Communication in English – I
26713MATH151Calculus - I11713MATH103Mathematics for Business and Economics - I
26736ECON231Fundamentals of Economics11724ECON101Introduction to Economics – I
26715CMPE110Fundamentals of Computing and Programming11715MGMT171Introduction to Information Technology - I
26776HIST280/TUSL181History of Turkish Reforms / Communication in Turkish11716

HIST280/

TUSL181

History of Turkish Reforms/Communication in Turkish
26724ENGL192Communication in English - II11722ENGL192Communication in English – II
26723MATH152Calculus - II11723MATH104Mathematics for Business and Economics - II
26754IENG385Statistical Applications in Engineering11733STAT201Statistics – I
26755UE - I University Elective – I (Social & Behavioral)11735UE - IUniversity Elective
26785 UE - IIUniversity Elective – II (Art & Humanities)11744UE - IIUniversity Elective
26775UE - IIIUniversity Elective – III (Sociology)11754UE - IIIUniversity Elective
26753IENG323Engineering Economy11761MGMT322Quantitative Analysis
26763IENG372Information Systems and Technology11772MGMT401Management Information Systems
26761IENG332Production Planning - I11773MGMT405Production Management

For students registered in the double major program a separate transcript is prepared for each major program. Courses that are common in both programs appear in the semester registration of each program and are shown on both transcripts. Compulsory courses in the double major program, equivalency of the courses, common courses in both major programs and principles to be followed in the first major program for those students who leave the program are specified in the "Double Major Programs and Application Regulations". Being admitted to or leaving a double major program is not considered as horizontal transfer for students.  

Quotas and Student Admission Announcements 

Double-major Programs quotas, program admission and application requirements are announced jointly by relevant faculties upon taking the recommendations of relevant departments at least 5 working days prior to the first day of the registration period of each academic semester.  

Admission Requirements and Applications  

In order to be eligible to apply for the double-major program, students:

  • Should already be registered at least for a semester in one of the departments that forms the Double-major program and should renew his/her registration during the period of application to the double-major program.
  • Can apply for the double-major program as early as the beginning of the third semester of the first major program.
  • Should obtain minimum grade of 'D' for all credit courses in the first major program up to the period of application.
  • Should hold a minimum CGPA of 3.00.  

A student can apply for more than one double-major program. However, students cannot register for more than one double-major program or a double-major and a double minor program at the same time. Applications for double-major programs take place until the last day of the academic semester registration period following the announcement of the double-major programs. Applications are processed by the Registrar's Office after the submission of an application form and a transcript. Registrar's Office sends all applications to the department of the first major program on the first working day following the registration deadline. The double-major program committee reviews applicants' documents and academic reference letters, if available, and determines whether the candidates will be admitted to double-major programs based on the set quota and whether applicants who have gained admission will be exempted from specific courses. The committee then submits the decision in writing to the department head of the first major program who will ask for relevant departments' and faculties' approval. Students who have gained admission to the double-major program must register for the double-major program during the add-drop period of the relevant academic semester.  

Semester Leave  

A student who is granted a leave of absence in the first major program is also considered to be on leave of absence in his/her second major program. Upon the views of the relevant coordinator, the recommendation of the Department giving the first major program and the decision of the relevant Faculty Council, students who are not able to take any double-major program courses due to double-major program courses not being opened or course clashes may be granted a leave of absence for a semester in their double-major program.  

Course Withdrawal  

If a student of the double-major program wants to withdraw from a course that is common both in the first and the second major programs, the process of withdrawal will take place in both programs and this will be shown on both transcripts.  

Course Load  

The total credit course load of a double-major student who takes courses both from the first and the second major programs:

 

  • can exceed the maximum course load of the first major program by one course if the student holds a CGPA between 2.00-2.49 from the first major program
  • can exceed the maximum course load of the first major program by two courses if the student holds a CGPA of 2.50 and above from the first major program.  

 

Success and Dismissal in the Program  

A student's success and graduation in the first major program are not affected by the second major program in any way. Students who wish to leave the double-major program of their own accord should submit a written petition to the department which offers the first major program until the last day of the add-drop period. Applications submitted after this period, are put into practice at the beginning of the following academic semester. A student who's CGPA at the first major program or at the second major program falls below 2.00 for two consecutive semesters is dismissed from the double-major program. Only spring and fall semesters performance records of a student are taken into consideration during the application of this regulation. Students who do not take any courses from the second major program for two consecutive semesters without any permission are dismissed from the double-major program. If a student is dismissed from the double-major program or leaves the program of his/her own accord, s/he is not required to repeat the failed second major program courses that do not appear in the first major program. Students who leave the double-major program of their own accord or whose registration has been terminated cannot apply for the same double-major program again. If a student goes back to the first major program by leaving the double-major program or transfers to another program horizontally, s/he is required to satisfy the requirements of the new program and loses the privileges of the double-major program. If a student leaves the double-major program and transfers to another department horizontally instead of returning back to the first major program, provisions of the EMU Education, Examinations and Success By-law are applied. A written notification about the situation of a student who leaves the double-major program of his/her own accord or whose registration is terminated from the double-major program is sent to the department head of the second major program and the Registrar's Office.  

Graduation and Diplomas  

Students, who gain the right of graduation from the first major program and who, at the same time, complete the second major program with a minimum CGPA of 2.00 are given the second major undergraduate diploma. Students who obtain the right of graduation from the second major program are not given the second major undergraduate diploma until they obtain the right of graduation from the first major program. Students who obtain the right of graduation from the first major program but who have not yet completed the second major program are given a first major degree undergraduate diploma. Such students can benefit from an extension of maximum two semesters excluding the summer term to complete the second major program. This period can be further extended subject to the decision of the Faculty/School Administrative Board. Following the completion of the double-major program, such students receive the second major undergraduate diploma at the end of the relevant semester. Students can register for a postgraduate program between the periods of graduation from the first major program and until they graduate from the second major program. Students in such situation are entitled to pay the tuition fees specified for the postgraduate program. Student related procedures of a student who has graduated from the first major program but who still attends the second major program are carried out by the department of the second major program.  

Tuition Fees in the Double-Major Program  

A part from the education fees of the registered department, students who are admitted to a double-major program are entitled to pay the fee per credit for each course in the second major program that is not common with the first major program courses. Those students who benefit from scholarships or discounts that are stated in the Eastern Mediterranean University Student Scholarship Application By-law, in their first major program can also benefit from these rights in their second major programs. The duration of the scholarship is two semesters after having graduated from the first major program. Students who take additional courses from their first major program after having met the requirements (specified in article 6 of the 'Course Registration By-law') can use this right in the second major program, if they wish. For extra courses taken under the circumstances specified above, no payment is made.  

 




DOUBLE-MAJOR PROGRAM COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

The descriptions of courses that they are common with Industrial Engineering BS Program are not given here. You can check their descriptions from previous sections. 

MGMT101     Introduction  To Business - I

This is the first part of a two-part series of introductory courses in essentials of business management. The course is comprised of two parts: Part One deals with understanding of the contemporary business environment, in which topics covered include an understanding of the business system; the global context of business; conducting business ethically and responsibly; entrepreneurship and small businesses. Part Two focuses mainly on helping the student to understand the business of managing. In this part, topics such as managing the business enterprise, organizing the business enterprise and managing quality operations are covered.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                        Prerequisites: None             Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:            Teaching Language: English

MGMT102      Introduction  To Business - II    

Students are introduced to a number of important business areas, complementing the subjects covered in MGMT101.  We will look at the activities of marketing, management information systems, human relations, finance, and, finally, money and banking.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                         Prerequisites: None           Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:                      Teaching Language: English

MGMT305     Developing Management Skills 

Defining management skills. Practice of management skills through role plays, group exercises, presentations. Developing self-awareness, communication skills, and ability to give effective feedback. Managing change, conflict and personal stress. Problem solving and decision making. Understanding power and persuasion.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                         Prerequisites: None                Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                                         Category:           Teaching Language: English

ECON102      Introduction To Economics - II  

Elementary macroeconomics. Determination of National Income. The role of government. The Banking system. Problems of inflation, Unemployment and growth.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                          Prerequisites: None               Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:                  Teaching Language: English

ACCT201      Principles Of Accounting - I

This course is an introduction to the preparation and interpretation of financial statements. With the help of computer-based problems and internet assignments, it covers the accounting cycle by which the information about business transactions is summarized in these statements. The principal methods of instruction will consist in interactive lecturing and problem-solving.

Credits:  (3/0/1 ) 3                      Prerequisites: None             Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:                 Teaching Language: English

MGMT211     Business Communication

One of the biggest challenges facing both employees and managers in a global workforce is the ability to communicate in an effective and efficient manner. Students will learn how to make efficient use of different types of communication technology, how to write written documents such as C.V.'s, business letters, memos and reports and how to act during presentations and interviews. Communicating in teams, with other company stakeholders and on a cross cultural level will also be emphasized.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                     Prerequisites: None                  Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:               Teaching Language: English

MRKT301      Marketing    

Students majoring in several areas are taking this course. To meet the needs of the different majors, this course will be broad and varied. We will cover many topics, concentrating on the fundamentals of marketing. The lecturers will be interested in exploring with you:

• The components of an organization's strategic marketing program including how to plan, price, promote, and distribute goods, services, ideas, people, and places.

• Marketing's relationship to other departments within the firm and to factors outside the organization, such as the economy, competition, suppliers, and political-legal groups.

• The application of marketing principles to organizations other than for-profit businesses.

• Why and how customers are considered in strategic marketing plans.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                   Prerequisites: None                Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:             Teaching Language: English

FINA301        Financial Management    

This course introduces the basic principles of financial management to the students. Studying the decision making process faced by the financial manager and their basic applications; explanation of the role of finance and the financial manager in the firm; introduction to the concepts of time, and value of money: the present and future value of single and multiple cash flows; fundamentals of bonds and stocks: definitions and evaluation; and the basic investment criteria and their application in project assessment.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                   Prerequisites: None                   Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                       Category:                         Teaching Language: English

MGMT202     Organizational Behavior 

The course focuses on organizational behavior topics such as motivation, leadership, communication, power and politics, structure of organizations, decision-making and control, applications in behavior, and organization development. Energies, skills and abilities of people to meet the challenge of today's organizations; diagnostic skills to recognize and analyze organizational problems; the linkage between effective management of people and goal accomplishment for organizations; current challenges in organizational forms, diverse environments and cultures; foundation for further study of organizations are also covered in the course.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                    Prerequisites: None                   Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:                  Teaching Language: English

MGMT303     Human Resource Management

This course examines problems and issues related to human resources in organizations. Specifically, theories and methods of various human resource management functions – including analysis and design of work, planning, staffing, training and development, performance management, compensation and benefits, labor/employee relations, and safety and health – will be covered.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                      Prerequisites: None                      Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                             Category:                 Teaching Language: English

MGMT308     International Business - I

This is the first part of a two-part series of international business courses essential for International Trade and Business and Business Administration. The course is comprised of two parts:  Part One, which is the contents of this course, deals with understanding of the contemporary international business environment, in which topics covered include an understanding of the international trade, foreign direct investment, international organizations, and international monetary system. Second Part is examining the cultural factors in international business, financial forces, international competitive strategy, assessing and analyzing markets, market entry modes, export and import practices, and financial management of international business.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                    Prerequisites: MGMT102             Co-requisites: None

Abbreviated Title:                        Category:                        Teaching Language: English

MGMT424     Business Policy    

Strategic management is an integrative capstone course – the only course that challenges students to study and experience sets of multifunctional problems and decision-making choices that face top management. The course will allow students to bring together all of their learned functional skills (i.e., accounting, finance, marketing, management etc.) and use them to study organizational problems within the context of real-world business problems.

Credits:  (3/0/1) 3                       Prerequisites:                            Co-requisites: None

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