Business Administration


Our vision is to be to be a top-of-mind business college as reflected by the recognition of our brand, the reputation of our people, and the rankings of our programs. To continue the transformation into a next-generation business college through the development of a unique college culture.


Our mission is to provide high quality business education to our undergraduate and graduate students through the delivery of a current, responsive, and innovative curriculum that promotes intellectual and professional development. Is to offer high-quality academic programs designed to give students a competitive advantage in the world of business now and in the future.

Core Values

In carrying out our mission, the College of Business is guided by the following core values and expects the following outcomes:

Intellectual Excellence

1.1. Educate students: We promote intellectual and professional development of students by emphasizing communication, critical and analytical thinking, collaboration, information management and a broad exposure to key business disciplines.

1.2. Scholarship: We believe that faculty and students should engage in professional development and scholarly endeavors that promote and impact the application, creation and dissemination of knowledge through contributions to business practice, learning and pedagogical research, and discipline-based scholarship.

1.3. Cultural competence: We maintain and develop current and responsive curriculum that prepares students for the global business environment through broad exposure to key business disciplines.

1.4. Physical learning environment: We strive to provide a physical infrastructure with appropriate technology that provides an environment in which our students and faculty can thrive professionally and intellectually.


2.1. Collegiality: We encourage transparency in our decision making practice through a process of shared governance based on interactions among faculty, staff, and students.

2.2. Service: We pursue collaborative partnerships between our internal and external stakeholders to impact and promote life-long and experiential learning, research, service, and community engagement.


3.1. We value the opportunity to work, learn, and develop in a community that embraces the diversity of individuals and ideas.


4.1. Ethics: We are committed to ethical and responsible behavior in our own actions and to developing the same commitment in our students by promoting the awareness of professional ethical responsibilities.

4.2. Responsibility: We commit to being responsible and accountable in our operations at all levels, including assessment and continuous improvement of our academic programs and transparency in our fiscal and operational proceedings.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

The graduate has reliable demonstrated the ability to

  1. Develop an integrated knowledge in business and strategies.
  2. Apply analytical and problem solving skills in the functional areas of management, finance, marketing and other areas of business.
  3. Apply ethical principles in the business environment with people of diverse ethnic cultural and other background.
  4. Apply the knowledge of business concepts and function in an integrated manner.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding the ethical, legal and social obligations and responsibilities of business.
  6. Develop Business strategies which take into account perceived, value, competitive presumes, corporate objectives and cost analysis
  7. Develop strategies for efficient and effective

By the end of the all semesters the student will be eligible for the degree of BSc Honor in Business Administration.


Zamzam Business Administration College

Business Administration Syllabus

BSc Honor in Business Administration

النسبة عدد الساعات المعتمدة عدد الساعات متابعة عدد الساعات نظري البيان
12% 20   20 مطلوبات الوزارة
45% 78 21 57 مطلوبات الكلية
43% 71 20 51 مطلوبات التخصص
169 169 41 128 المجموع


مطلوبات الوزارة:

عدد الساعات المعتمدة عدد الساعات متابعة عدد الساعات نظري اسم المقرر إنجليزي أسم المقرر
6   6 Arabic Language اللغة العربية
6   6 English Language اللغة الإنجليزية
6   6 Islamic culture الدراسات الإسلامية
2   2 Sudanese Studies الدراسات السودانية
20       المجموع


مطلوبات الكلية:

عدد الساعات المعتمده عددالساعات متابعة عدد الساعات نظرى اسم المقرر أنجليزي أسم المقرر
3 2 2 Mathematic for business I الرياضيات للاعمال 1
3   3 Principles of Management اساسيات الأداره
3 2 2 Macro-Economic الاقتصاد الكلى
3 2 2 Principles of Accounting 1 مبادئ المحاسبه 1
3 2 2 Computer Fundamental أساسيات الحاسوب
3 2 2 Math for Business II الرياضيات لللأعمال2
3 2 2 Micro Economic الاقتصاد الجزيئ
3 2 2 Accounting Principles 2 مبادئ المحاسبة 2
3 2 2 Intermediate Accounting 1 المحاسبة المالية المتوسطه 1
3 2 2 Computer Application تطبيقات الحاسوب
3   3 Business Law القانون التجارى
3   3  Principles of Insurance مبادئ التأمين
3 2 2 Business Statistics I الأحصاء للأعمال1
3   3 Financial Institutions المؤسسات المالية
3 2 2 Intermediate Accounting 2 المحاسبة المالية المتوسطه 2
3   3 Organization Behavior السلوك التنظيمي
3   3 Business Ethics and Corporate Social responsibility أخلاقيات العمل والمسئولية الاجتماعية
3 4 2 Cost Accounting محاسبة التكاليف
3 2 2 Principles of Finance مبادئ التمويل
3 2 2 Managerial Accounting المحاسبة الإدارية
3 2 2 Research Methodology مناهج البحث العلمي
3 2 2 Marketing Management ادارة التسويق
3 2 2 Communication Management مهارات الاتصال
3 4 2 Managerial Economic الاقتصاد الادارى
3   3 Strategic Management الادارة الاستراتيجيه
3 2 2 Business Statistics2 الاحصاء للاعمال 2
78 21 57   المجموع


مطلوبات التخصص:

عدد الساعات المعتمدة عدد الساعات متابعة عدد الساعات نظري اسم المقرر (بالإنجليزي) أسم المقرر
3 2 2 Portfolio Management إدارة محافظ الاستثمار
3 2 2 Taxation Accounting محاسبة الضرائب
3 2 2 Production and Operation Management إدارة الانتاج والعمليات
3 2 2 Human Resource Management إدارة الموارد البشرية
3 2 2 Supply Chain Management إدارة سلاسل الأمداد
3 2 2 Risk Management إدارة الخطر
3 2 2 Business Statistics2 الإحصاء للأعمال 2
3   3 Services Marketing تسويق الخدمات
3 2 2 Operation research بحوث العمليات
3   3 International Business إدارة الأعمال الدولية
3 2 2 Feasibility Study and Projects Appraisals دراسة الجدوى وتقييم المشروعات
3   3 Organization Theory نظرية المنظمة
3 2 2 Management Information Systems نظم المعلومات الادارية
3 2 2 ElectronicCommerce التجارة الألكترونيه
3   3 Change Management and organizational Development ادارة التغييرو التطوير التنظيمى
3 2 2 Islamic Finance and Investment التمويل والاستثمار الاسلامى
3   3 Total Quality Management ادارةالجودةالشاملة
3 2 2 Corporate finance تمويل الشركات
3 2 2 Computer Application تطبيقات الحاسوب فى الادارة
3 2 2 Knowledge Management أدارة المعرفه
3 2 2 Contemporary issues in Management قضايا ادارية معاصرة
3 2 2 Project Management ادارة المشروعات
3 2 2 Entrepreneurship ريادة الأعمال
2 4   Graduate Project مشروع التخرج
71 20 51   المجموع
















Semester 1

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Islamic Studies I Islam – 111 سلم 1 الثقافة  الاسلاميه 1 3
2. Arabic Language I Arab – 112 عرب 1 اللغه العربية 1 3
3. English Language I Eng -113 انج 1 الانجليزى 1 3
4. Sudanese Studies Sdn -114 درس الدراسات السودانيه 3
5. Mathematic for Business 1 Math – 115 ريض 1 الرياضيات للأعمال 1 3
6. Principles of Management Mgt -116 مدر مبادئ الأداره 3
7. Macro Economics Macro – 117 قصد الاقتصاد الكلى 3
8. Accounting Principles 1 Acc -118 محس 1 مبادئ المحاسبه1 3
  Total       24


Semester 2

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Islamic Studies II Islam – 121 سلم 2 الثقافة الاسلاميه 2 3
2. Arabic Language II Arab -122 عرب 2 اللغه العربية 2 3
3. English Language Eng -123 انج 2 اللغه الانجليزية 2 3
4. Computer Fundamentals II Comp – 124 أحس أساسيات الحاسوب 3
5. Math for Business 2 BMath – 125 ريض 2 الرياضيات للأعمال 2 3
6. Communication Skills Com – 126 تصل مهارات الاتصال 3
7. Micro Economics Micro – 127 اقج الاقتصاد الجزيئ 3
8. Accounting Principles 2 Acc- 128 محس 2 مبادئ المحاسبة2 3
  Total       24








Semester 3

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Marketing Management Mrkt – 212 تسق ادارة التسويق 3
2. Intermediate Accounting 1 InAcc – 213 ممت 1 المحاسبة المالية المتوسطه 1 3
3. Computer Application CompA – 214 تطح تطبيقات الحاسوب 3
4. Business Law Blaw – 215 قتج القانون التجارى 3
5. Human Resource Management HRMgt –216 بشر ادارة الموارد البشرية 3
6. Principles of Insurance Insu -217 مبت مبادئ التأمين 3
7. Business Static1 Bstat -218 احص 1 الأحصاء للأعمال1 3
  Total       21


Semester 4

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Financial Institutions Inst – 221 مال المؤسسات المالية 3
2. Managerial Economic Mngeco – 222 اقد الاقتصاد الادارى 3
3. Intermediate Accounting 2 InAcc -223 ممت 2 المحاسبةالماليةالمتوسطه2 3
4. Organization Behavior Behv -224 سلك السلوك التنظيمى 3
5. Business Statistic 2 Stat – 225 احص 2 الاحصاء للاعمال 2 3
6. Production and Operation Management Opr -226 أعم ادارةالأنتاج العمليات 3
7. Supply Chain Mgt Sup Chn – 227 مدد ادارة سلاسل الأمداد 3








Semester 5

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Operation Research OPR – 311 بحع بحوث العمليات 3
2. Business Ethics & Social Responsibility BESR – 312 مجع أخلاقيات العمل والمسئولية الأجتماعية 3
3. Taxation Tax- 313 ضرب محاسبة الضرائب 3
4. Cost Accounting CstAcc -314 محت محاسبة التكاليف 3
5. Financial Principles FnclPrc – 315 ادم الادارة المالية 3
6. International Business & Management IBsM – 316 اعا ادارة الأعمال الدولية 3
7. Services Marketing Serv Mkt – 317 تسخ تسويق الخدمات 3
  Total       21


Semester 6

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Quantitative Methods Qntmthd – 321 طقم طرق كمية 3
2. Organizational Theory OTH – 322 نظر نظرية المنظمة 3
3. Management Information System MIS – 323 نظم نظم المعلومات الادارية 3
4. E-Commerce Ecom – 324 تجا التجارة الألكترونيه 3
5. Managerial Accounting MngAcc -325 محا المحاسبة الادارية  
6. Islamic investment and finance IslmFince – 326 تام التمويل والاستثمار الاسلامي 3
  Total       18








Semester 7

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Change Management and organizational Development ChngMgt – 411 تغر ادارة التغيير 3
2. Total Quality Management TQM – 413 جود ادارة الجودة الشاملة 3
3. Strategic Management Statg – 414 است الادارة الاستراتيجيه 3
4. Entrepreneurship Entpn – 415 ريد ريادة الأعمال 3
5. Research Methodology ResMeth – 416 مبع مناهج البحث العلمي 3
6. Corporate finance Corpfin – 417 تمش تمويل الشركات 3
  Total       18


Semester 8

No Title Code     Credit Hour
1. Portfolio Management Port – 421 حفظ أدرة المحافظ الأستثمارية 3
2. Knowledge Management Know – 422 عرف ادارة المعرفة 3
3. Feasibility Studies & Project Appraisals FSPA – 423 جدى دراسات الجدوى وتقييم المشروعات 3
4. Risk Management Risk – 424 خطر ادارة المخاطر 3
5. Project Management ProjMgt – 425 شرع ادارة المشروعات 3
6. Contemporary management issues Cont. – 426 قام قضايا ادارية معاصرة 3
  Graduate Project Ap – 427 بحث مشروع التخرج 4
  Total       22







1. Islamic Studies I & II:

The Objectives: Is to provide students with the religious and ethical framework of life and business.

The Content includes: The Basic Sources of religious and dealing through groups, Islamic thought of managing organizations, Islamic thought regards business and dealing relationships, Islamic thoughts regards, productions, zakat Islamic economic law, Islamic ethics and values, Islamic social responsibilities thought , Islamic and dealing with non-Muslims in the globe.



2. Arabic Studies I & II:

The Objectives: Is to strength students’ language knowledge and skills in writing business reports.


The content includes: Arabic language grammar, pronunciation, punctuation of Arabic texts, Arabic writing skills for letters and memos, Arabic abstracts and summarizing, translations principles between Arabic and English, the skills of expressing and communicate.



3. English Studies I & II:

The Objectives: Is to strength students’ language knowledge and skills in writing business reports.

The content includes: English language grammar, pronunciation, punctuation of English texts, English writing skills for letters and memos, English abstracts and summarizing, translations principles between English and Arabic, the ability to read comprehend references, the skills of expressing and communicate.



4. Sudanese Studies:

The Objectives: Is to increase students’ knowledge about their local environment.

The Content includes: the geographical nature of Sudan, general history, Sudanese general culture, populations and nature of life, natural resources and its distributions, economical history, general administrative regulations and procedures.



5. Mathematics for Business:

The objective: is to assist students in performing proper business and making right decisions.

The content includes: Differential and functions, integral calculus, functions limits, derivatives, basic of linear algebra. Whole numbers, application problems, decimal numbers, addition and subtraction of decimal, multiplication and divisions decimals, fractions, addition and subtraction of mix numbers, writing fractions and decimals as percent, equations and formulas, solving equations, application of equations, ratios and proportions, matrix and its applications to business. Conversion of a business problems into a linear system, calculus and business application


  • J, An Introduction to Mathematical Methods in Economic, McGraw hill
  • Caunt, G.W Elementary of calculus, , Oxoford.
  • Kanov, N, Differential and Integral Calculus, MIR
  • Business Math, Learning systems for students


6. Principles of Management:

Objectives:The students will learn the organization objectives, the principles of   efficient and effective use of resources.

The content includes:the impact of environment, and the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, directing and controlling, organization designs, leaderships, decision making, controlling tests and limits, supervision of the staff, professional ethics interpersonal skills, organization bench marks and assessment, the role of managers, management – the P-O-L-C framework, management – classical school of through, management –modern school of sought, management – the management environment, management –leadership style, management –framework, management –planning, management –importance of organizing, factors influencing the span of management


  • Keinz weihrich , mark V. cannice\ management aglobal and entrepreneurial perspective 2003
  • nglo kinciki , management mc row –hill 2000
  • micheal grabinski .management methods and tools mc hill publish 2007


7. Macro Economics:

The objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of the macro-economic principles and theories.

The content includes:the business cycles, fiscal policies, monetary policy, national production and national growth, inflation, unemployment, financial policy principle.


  • Peter Jack, Microeconomic, Vntus publishing 2010


8. Principles of Accounting:

The objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of the Accounting basic principles and spread sheets.

The contents includes:introduction to financial accounting,  purchasing, general ledger, account receivables, account cycle, inventory and merchandise, variable and fixed assets, general and special journals, accounting information age, financial statements and business transactions, analyzing and recording transactions, accrual accounting and financial statements, completing the accounting cycle, cash and internal controls, plant assets, natural resources and ignitable, partnership accounting, equity transaction and corporate reporting, capital budgeting and managerial decisions,


  • Larry M. W. Accounting Principle, Vntus publishing 2009


9. Computer Application:

The objectives: By the end of the course the students will be aware of the basic parts and application of the PC.

The content includes:the students will learn the applications of computer on business. It includes exploring computer systems and functions.Computer hardware, communication technology, operating systems, ethics and security, information literacy, productivity tools, web site authoring and publishing, soft ware development.


  • Ahmed Slah, Computer fundamental, OUS pressing, 2010


10. Communication Skills:

The objectives:the students will learn business communications, writing of memo, letters emails and business reports.

It includes:the techniques of taking notes, abbreviation techniques. The communication environment, Effective communication development, Correspondence application, Written report application, Oral and nonverbal communication, Employee communication


  • K , Effective Communication Skills, 2010
  • Alex , hidden Communication Skills, 2010


11. Micro Economics:

Objectives:the students will learn the fundamentals of micro-economic and techniques of decision making using economic theories.

It includes:scarcity, supply and demand, elasticity, decision making units in the firms, and the impact of government policies on the firms.


  • Managerial Economic Edgwin, 2011


12. Marketing Management:

Objectives:the students will learn how to make effective marketing mix and marketing decisions.

It includes: the marketing production, pricing, promotions, distributions, consumer behavior, marketing of services, marketing analysis and plans, marketing principles. Understanding marketing management, Capturing marketing insights, connecting with customers, Building strong brands, Shaping the markets offerings, Delivering value, Communicating value, creating successful long-term growth


  • Reger Baran customer relationship management ibn 2102


13. Intermediate Accounting I:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be able to prepare and manage firm accounts and spread sheets.

It includes:adjustments, the accounts principles accounting standers, account receivables, account cycle, variable and fixed assets, general and special journals, preparation of financial statements, cash flows management, income and balance sheets, account adjustments. Financial accounting and accounting standards, conceptual framework underlying financial accounting, accounting information system, income statement and related information, balance sheet and statements of cash flows, accounting and time value of money, cash and receivables, inventories: addition, valuation issues, depreciation and depletion, tangible assets, accounting for income taxes,


  • Vermoon, Accounting Theory, Delhi
  • Wood Business Accounting, 2000
  • Damian, Intermediate Accounting, 2005


14. Business law:

Objectives:the students will learn the legal environment of business.

It includes:the commercial law, the firm law, copyright law, trade mark law, product liability, agencies liabilities, and bankruptcy.


  • Mallor, Business Law


  1. Production and Operation Management:

Objectives: the students will learn production process, production planning, and analysis, inventory and quality control, production evaluation methods, management of technology and innovation.

It includes: The concept of operation management , Manufacturing and services operation, The system view operation management , The process view of organization, Operation strategy, The role of operation in strategy development, Product design and Process selection, Product screening, Preliminary design, Final design. The students will learn how to make operation decisions in the firm. It include operation strategy, quality management, RD and innovation management, introduction to production management, system, product engineering, process planning, location facilities, facilities planning\layout, work system design, materials handling, evaluation investment alternatives, production scheduling, break-even analysis\charts



  • K.C. ARORA .Comprehensive production and management .Laxmi publication Ltd 2004
  • Pratibha Carag , production and operation management .S.K. KATAIA AND SONS 2015
  • Giorgis Nunzi ,Operation Management ,springer publishing 2009
  • K.C.ARORA. Comprehensive production and operation management .Laxmi publication Ltd 2004
  • Dr . Pratibha Carag , production and operation management . S.K. KATAIA AND SONS 2015


15. Principles of Insurance:

Objectives: To provide students with the basic knowledge in insurance and how to safe the business properties from different risks.

The content includes: the principles of insurance, the concepts of insurance, importance of insurance, principles of different business risks, different kind of insurances.



16. Business Statistics:

Objectives: By the end of the course the student will be able to use statics in analysis and making decisions.

It includes: An introduction to business statistics, descriptive statics and probability, foundation of geometric inference, point estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression, correlation, sample testing, numerical methods, contours random variables, sampling distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis test, statistical interfaces for populations variances, chi – square test , linear analysis, time series for casting and index numbers, decision theory.


  • P, Margues desa ,Applied Statistics ,libarary congress 2007
  • Larry Stephen , Advanced statistics , M,C grow –hall 2010


17. Financial Institutions:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will learn the role of financial institutions in business.

It includes:the saving and investing, importance of financial institutions in economy, the role of central banks, capital markets, stock exchange, and the international financial institutions, credit and interest rates.


  • Jaffer Mudura, Financial and Market Institution, South Western College, UK, 2012


18. Managerial Economics:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will learn how to make proper business decisions using economic for managerial purposes.

It includes: economic theories, the demand and supply theories and analysis, production analysis, pricing theory, linear programing techniques in decision making, utilization theory, optimization techniques.


  • Managerial economic, Pappas
  • Managerial Economic, Edgwin


19. Organization Behavior:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of the physiological theories and how to use them in managing firm’s human resources.

It includes:the theories of motivation, interpersonal leadership, philosophy, principles and values in the organization, managerial skills at the individual interpersonal and groups’ level, Managing effective organizations, Organizational culture, Managing globally, Behavior with organizations : the individual, Individual behavior, Motivation : background and theories, Motivation : organizational application, Managing workplace stress, Group and team behavior, Conflict and negations, Power and politics, Leadership fundamentals, Work design, Organization structure




20. Management Information Systems:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of the roles and importance of using MIS to run the firm.

It includes: the students will learn the information systems in business environment, it include data base organization, transaction processing, office automation, design and managing different management information systems.


  • Alizabeth Hardcostel, MIS, Vntus Publishing, 2008
  • Business Information System, Vntus Publishing, 2008


21. Operation Research:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of the techniques of decision making in a company using mathematical tools.

It includes: operation strategies, management of technology, project planning and management, applied of computer in operation. Introduction to operation research, Linear programming problem : formulation & graphical solution, Simplex method, Transportation problems , Assignment problems, Duality in linear programming, Revised simplex method and bound variable technique , Sensitivity analysis (post optimal analysis), Non-linear programming, Probability theories & markov analysis, Dedication analysis




22. Business Ethics & Social Responsibility:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students willlearn the impact of business on society and the interaction among them.

It includes: managing business/society relationships. Defining corporate social responsibility, The principles of CSR, Stakeholders & the social  responsibility contract, Issues concerning sustainability, Ethics , CSR and corporate behavior, Performance evaluation and performance reporting, Globalization and CSR, CSR in not for profit organizations, CSR and strategy, Corporate social responsibility leadership


  • Philip kotler , corporate social responsibility , john wiely sons inc 2005



23. Managerial Accounting:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of using accounts to make proper decisions.

It includes:the students will learn how to use accounting information in decision making. It include elementary financial accounting, compound interest, time value of money, cost estimate, depreciation, marginal concepts, budgetary planning, flexible budgets.


  • Ray. H Managerial Accounting: Concept for Planning, Control and Decision Making, New Yourk, Mcgrow Hill 2008
  • Jerold L, Accounting for Decision Making and Control, Chicago R. Dw. Lowrin 2005


24. Cost Accounting:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be able to analysis and manage the different firm’s costs.

It includes:students will learn accounting process and financial statements analysis, current and fixed assets, intangible, liabilities, and equity analysis, earning per share, using the account standards in analysis, revenue recognition, income taxes, pensions and retirement benefits, cash flow analysis.


  • Ray. H Managerial Accounting: Concept for Planning, Control and Decision Making, New Yourk, Mcgrow Hill 2008
  • Jerold L, Accounting for Decision Making and Control, Chicago R. Dw. Lowrin 2005


25. Financial Management:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be able to calculate and analysis the different financial ratios of the firms.

It includes:students will learn: advance time value, capital budget, financial structure, ratio analysis, financial planning and control, financial statements analyzing and reporting.


  • Mayer R. Contemporary Financial Management
  • Petty Kowen, Basic Financial Management, Prentic Hall, 2003
  • Sehall Lawer, Introduction to Financial Management, Mecro Hill, 2005 New Yourk


26. International Business Management:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of the global business environment.

It includes: the students will learn the logic and concepts of international business, nature of international trade, types of international organizations, managing the international organization, the role of culture and polices in international functions of the organization, managing international operations, analyzing international PETEL/C factors.


  • frank l. ellswrath foundation management intonation and responsibility at home and abroad 1998
  • jim blithe ,essential of marketing , ft practice hall 2001
  • peter cherston , key marketing skills .mc hill 2009


27. Quantitative Methods:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students willlearn the fundamentals concepts and methods of statics in business application.

It includes: statics techniques in solving business problems, frequency distribution, measures of central tendency, and measure of dispersion, fundamental of probability, hypothesis testing of normal distribution, small squares and linear programing


  • Verma, Operation Research and Quantitatives Methods, Katson Book , 2001


28. Organizational Theory

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will be aware of different organizational theories.

It includes:Students will learn Classic organizational theories, bureaucratic organization theories, modern structural organization theory, human relation organization theories . system theory


  • Jorgen loegaard & mille bindslev ,organization theory mille bindslev ,ventus APS 2006
  • olaf passenheim organization theoty . ptm publishing 2012


29. Supply Chain Mgt:

Objectives:Students will learn how to plan, buy, sell and move of goods.

It include: integration byond boundaries, dealing with intermediates, supply chain analysis, analyzing global supply chain, INCOTERMS. Basic concepts of supply chain management, Supply chain management operation panning and sourcing, Supply chain management operation making and delivering, Supply chain management coordination and use technology, Measuring performance : supply chain matrices, Devolving supply chain system, Transportation modes, Lean supply chain, Agile supply chain, Purchasing and supplier selection, Relation and integration, The future challenges in supply chain


  • Dimitris N CHORAS ,supply chain management  HD PRISS 2009
  • Suresh p. Petti ,inventory and supply chain management with forecast update ,springer publishing 2010


30. Total Quality Management:

Objectives: the students will learn the principles and technique of quality.

it includes: quality performance assessments, Define quality, Quality approaches, Characteristics of quality leaders, Customer satisfaction, Employee envelopment, Continuous process improvement supplier partnership, Performance measures, Quality tools and techniques, Quality management system, Quality function deployment , Statistical process control




31. Human Resource Management:

Objectives:the students will learn the principles and techniques of human resource management. It includes acquisition, training and development of the employees, compensations, labor laws, human resource planning, selections and recruitments job analysis, job design, performance management and analysis. Human resource management: concept and Boundaries, the concept scope and functions of HRM, HRM planning, attracting the talent: the recruitment and selection, socialization, mobility and separation, management the performance, competency mapping, potential appraisal, assessment center and career succession planning, HR Measurement and audit, Training and development


  • B.Mahapatro,new age human resource management, new age international (p) limited , publishers. New delhi 2010
  • N. Chhabra , dhanpat rai & co(p)Ltd. New delhi 2007
  • Michael Armstrong, Armstrong Essential Human Resource practice a Guide to people management 2007
  • jaime gil human resource management ,kluwer academic publisher 2010
  • divid a. degenz fundamental of HRM .john wily and sons inc 2005
  • Stephen taylor . HRM in practice wely hill 2005
  • gery dessler HRM falorida university 1978


32. Change Managementand organizational Development:

Objectives: By the end of the course the student will be able to analysis and know the change factors in a firm environment internally and externally and how to make use of them to develop the firm.

It includes:the students will learn the concepts organizational change, organizational change process, organizational change source, organizational change tools, Change management strategies, Factors affecting the organizational change


  • Alert borter change management ,ventus publishing 2009
  • Olaf passenhein change managemen ,isbn  2010
  • Gary dessler managing now ,LIBARARY CONGRESS 1980N
  • MICHAEL white , managing to change  dalgrace publishing 2004


33. E-Commerce ecommerce:

Objectives:the students will learn the concept of electronic marketing and dealing through the internet.

It includes: what electronic marketing and its importance in economic development, the activities of international trade, regulatory bodies and international regulations, international economics blocks, global marketing and using internet in promoting business.


  • dave chaffy e. marketing excellence ,eflanvier 2008
  • Nicholas debonies ,value based marketing for bottom line success , mc grow hill 2013


34. Strategic Management:

Objectives:the students will learn to look forward to organize and prepare the organization for the future.

It includes: planning, implementing, and adapting the organization with it dynamic circumstances, how to conduct different analysis, how to build different types of strategies, The basis of strategy : structure, The level and formulation of strategy, Schools of strategy, Stakeholders strategy, External analysis, Internal analysis, SWOT  analysis, Generic strategy, Strategy implementation


  • Neilritson ,strategic management .Venous publishing APS 2011
  • James Rowe studying strategy Venous publishing APS 2013
  • Mavis Galp , Strategic Management ,arrange apple 2012
  • Neil Riston , Strategic management .nentus publisging 2009



35. Entrepreneurship:

Objectives: the students will learn how to find opportunities and solve small business problems.

It includes: apply unique management to small firms, examine entrepreneurship of wide variety of small business.


  • A. Scott, Entrepreneurship, isbn 2001
  • Roger , Creating an Entrepreneurship mind set, mibc 2009


36. Research Methodology:

Objectives:the students will learn how to analysis business problem and conducting business research.

It includes: problem definitions, hypothesis formulation, questionsand questionnaire preparation, choosing samples, preparing methodologies, conducting analysis.  research problem and questions and how they relate to debates in research methods, putting the problem into context, choosing research approaches and strategies, ethics in research, choosing samples from population, quantities research methods : collecting and analyzing qualitative data, questionnaire design and testing, using secondary data qualities research method : collecting and qualities data , practical issues in conducting interview, focus group ,participants observation, forecasting research reports .



37. Business Policy & Management:

Objectives: the students will learn how to prepare and manage the programs policies.

It include: analyzing of the multi-activities of the firm, designing policies for efficient and effective use of firm’s resources, applying techniques for programs planning, managing and controlling.


  • Mavis Galp , Strategic Management ,arrange apple 2012
  • Neil Riston , Strategic management .nentus publisging 2009


38. Feasibility Studies & Project Appraisal:

Objectives: by the end of the course the students will learn how to prepare sound feasibility studies and how to analysis projects opportunities.

It includes: marketing feasibility study, technical feasibility study, organization feasibility study, social feasibility study, finance feasibility study and financial feasibility study.


  • Preparation of Sound feasibility studies, Unido publish, 2011


39. Graduate Project:

Objectives: by the end of the courses: the students will perform graduate research and/or project. They will apply what they know in it.

40. Financial Institutions:

Objectives: the students will learn the role of financial institutions in saving and investing, importance of financial institutions in economy, the role of central banks, capital markets, stock exchange, and the international financial institutions, credit and interest rates.


  • Jaffer Mudura, Financial and Market Institution, South Western College, UK, 2012


41. Islamic Finance:

Objectives: by the end of the course the student will learn the different types of Islamic finance.

It includes:firm recognize and acknowledge, different Islamic finance, Mudarba, Murabaha, Musharaka, Salem, Credit Suppliers, Muzarah, Istisnaa, fair credit.


  • Harbi Mohamed Origat: Islamic Banking & Finance Management, Dar waeil, Oman, Jurdan
  • Mohamed Shikhon: Islamic Banking, Dar Waeil, Oman, Jordan

Abdelaziz Alkhiat: Essential of Islamic Finance, Dar Waeil, Oman, Jordan


42. Portfolio Management:

Objectives: by the end of the course the student will learn principles of establishing portfolios.

It includes:in investment in stocks, stocks Revenue and risks, Portfolio establishment principles, portfolio management, shares and stocks appraisal


  • Mohamed Mattar: Portfilio Management, Dar Waeil, Oman Jordan.
  • Mohamed Salih Gaber: Shares and Stocks Investment, Iraq
  • Mohamed Matar: Investment Management theoretical and practical application


43. Contemporary Issues in Management:

The objective: is todiscuss different issues in management and business.

It includes: empowerment, competitive advantages, decision making process, business process reengineering, innovation leadership, presentation skills, balance score cards, Excellency management, and electronic management.


  • Khalid haasan Zaroug: Managerial skills, National Library, Khartoum 2016
  • Ahmed Musa Ismaeail: Management Current Issues, Khartoum, 2018


44. Services Marketing:

Objectives:by the end of the course the student will know the Concept of marketing services.

It Includes:services identification, services consumer behavior, services dimensions, services quality, services promotion mix, services pricing.


  • Idrian Palamar: Principles of Srvice Marketing, MC, UK, 2009
  • Phlip Kotler: Marketing Management: ABC, DC, USA.


45. Taxation:

Objectives: by the end of the course the student will know the basic principles of taxation.

It includes:collection of taxes generally, special industry taxes, uniform administrative provisions, property tax administration, assessment and collection of taxes, sales and use taxes, trust fund tax, business tax special taxes.


  • Wallas Synazia: Fundamental of Taxation, Posting Collage. 20016
  • Pary Claves: Taxation, London,


46. Risk Management:

Objectives: By the end of the course the student will know how to manage risk.

It includes:Risk Modeling, risk management, risk assessment, theory of financial risk and derivative, time services analysis and forecasting, economic risk, matrix analysis, credit risk.


  • Amit Kulkarni, Alok Kiuma & Jigisha How Good is Merton Model., London
  • Bartle & Sherbert Introduction to Real Analysis-
  • Financial Econometrics Methods and Models: Peggy walgon, ND, India.
  • Financial Engineering Principles: Perry Pamount, Dc, USA


47. Principles of Finance:

Objectives:The students interested in a career in finance will get the in-depth exposure in the areas of finance in the second year. The objective of this course is to build the confidence and skills of the students to use financial management tools to implement companies and project activities.

Course contents:

  1. An Overview of Financial Management
  • Definition of Financial Management
  • Functions and Goals of Financial Management
  • Financial staffs responsibilities
  • Managerial Actions to maximize shareholders wealth
  1. Analysis of Financial statements
  • Ratio analysis
  • Liquidity ratios
  • Asset management ratios
  • Debt management ratios
  • Profitability ratios
  1. Risk and Rate of Returns
  • Investment returns
  • Risk Portfolio
  • Relationship between risk and return
  1. Time Value of Money
  • Future value
  • Present value
  1. Bonds Valuation
  • Characteristics of bonds
  • Bonds valuation
  1. Stock Valuation
  • Characteristics of common stocks
  • Common stock valuation
  • Preferred stock
  1. Capital Budgeting Process
  • Importance of capital budgeting
  • Capital budgeting decision
  • Payback period – PBP
  • Net present value – NPV
  • Internal rate of return – IRR
  • Modified internal rate of return – MIRR
  1. Working Capital Management
  • Managing current assets
  • Credit policy



Brigham and Houston (2004): Fundamentals of Financial Management, 10th edition

James C. Van Home and John M. Wachowicz Jr.): Fundamentals of Financial Management, 11th edition

Parasanna Chandra: Financial Management (Theory and Practice), 5th edition.


48. Project Management:

The objectives is to introduce the concepts of project management to the student

It includes: the principles of project management, project life cycles, the importance of processes in project management, project initiation, project planning, project execution, project monitoring, project control, project closing and handover, Project economic appraisals.


  • Rocess Anger, A project Guide for users experience designer in the field. Edition II.
  • Project Management professional study guide, VI edietion