Skip to main content
  • +251 11 629 8163/54/55
  • +251 11 651 2736

BA in Management

Al-Amoudi Campus,Gerji

UNITY UNIVERSITY

Faculty Of Business, Economics & Social Sciences

Department Of Economics  

The Department of Management and Marketing Management –is one of the department of Unity University that existed during the establishment of the then Unity College in 1997. The Department commenced its operation with diploma program in management and introduced BA Degree program in 1999 and Master’s Program in 2007. Currently the Department is responsible for a number of BA and MA Degree programs in Management, Marketing Management, Business Administration, Organizational Leadership and Project Management.

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Management

1. PROGRAM PROFILE

The program prepares students to become professional managers capable of executing management activities and other related activities such as: research, business, strategic management. The management program is expected to help students to acquire the following knowledge skills and attitudes:

Knowledge

  • Analyze the marketing mixes and express an independent professional opinion
  • Examine the marketing mix strategies and controls and records, professionally;.
  • Identify and anticipate controlling risk both in manual and computerized systems, and to suggest and establish better controls to safeguard business resources from risk exposures of illegal and unethical acts.
  • prepare and administer  budgets for business, government or not-for –profile entities
  • Identify and guide firms on alternative financing decisions
  • Pure graduate studies and /or professional certification in Economics career opportunities
  • Manage effectively and efficiently all managerial activities of an organization.

Skills 

  • Enter the field of marketing management as planner, project manager, promotion office, etc.
  • Formulate marketing strategies, prepare budgets, and prepare implementation programs.
  • Apply information technology to marketing problem solving.
  • Conduct market research to generate information that is useful for problem solving or actionable decisions.
  • Recruit, train and lead sales force of an organization.
  • Manage organization resources effectively and efficiently to  accomplish objectives, identify , design and manage projects
  • Design appropriate channels for the distribution of products.
  • Prepare , analyze and interpret  marketing strategy competently:
  • Identify, measure, gather, analyze, interpret and cost and other types of information to management for planning. Control, performance measurement and decision making related to pricing , operating , investing and financing  activities:
  • Assess and advise on investment proposals and controlling inflation.

Attitudes

     The students will be aspired to:

  • Demonstrate intellectual competency and transferable managerial knowledge and skills and articulate them effectively.
  • Have professionalism at the center of their  mentality in carrying out managerial decisions
  • Have personal confidence in their jobs and professional activities
  • Have a sense of responsibility. Co-operation, honesty and loyal.
  1. OBJECTIVE(S) OF THE PROGRAM
    1.   General Objectives

       The objective of the Management program is to produce graduates who are expected to eventually hold managerial positions within the different functional areas of management in different organizations, and to conduct significant and selective scholarly researches in management areas and integrate the research outputs into the educational process.

       The Bachelor of Arts in Management Degree program prepares students to excel in an increasingly local and global business environment and era of rapidly changing information technology by equipping them with relevant knowledge and skills that help them lead and manage organizations of the 21-century. The programs are designed to stimulate innovation, develop managerial and analytical skills, build problem-solving abilities, and promote communication proficiency. Students are also exposed to courses with a multidisciplinary foundation to understand the complexities of organizational management in the context of external factors such as the economy, technology, competition and globalization.
  1.   Specific Objectives

       Specifically, graduates are expected to work in middle and top echelons of an organization as:

  • Managers who are capable of planning, organizing, directing and controlling activities of private, public, non-government and government organizations at different management functions.
  • Executives, who can competently manage finance operations, human resource, materials and information resources of any form of undertaking.
  • Executives who can competently develop market strategies, and manage the marketing functions such as sales, promotions and advertising, market research and analysis.
  • Executives who can competently develop human resource strategies and manage the human resource functions such as recruitment and selection, training development, career planning, performance evaluation and management, promotions, compensation and benefit management.              
  • Executives who have the knowledge and skills to develop procurement and logistic strategies, plan and manage the procurement and logistics functions of the organization. 
  • Leaders who are responsive and effective in working with and through others as well as capable of making and implementing business decisions.
  • Managers that are capable of searching and developing opportunities as well as tackling problems
  • Executives who are able to face the challenges of today's and tomorrow’s highly complex and competitive environment.
  1.  GRADUATE PROFILE

The program is aimed at producing graduates that can have adequate knowledge, skills and attitude towards application of management concepts. Graduates of the Management Degree Program are expected to:

  • Set purposes, strategies, objectives, policies and procedures for the organization, be it commercial, public or NGO.
  • Plan, organize, direct and control the human, financial, material and information resources of a given organization.
  • Capable of planning, organizing, directing and controlling the activities of all types of organizations
  • Manage the activities of different undertakings that are related to the marketing, human resource, materials, production, logistics, information system, finance and others.
  • Make decisions to solve problems and manage conflicts.
  • Manage material resources and operations of an organization
  • Conduct research and consultancy service in management and related areas and offer training for those who are in need of it.
  • Apply fundamental economic concepts and models in organizational and managerial decisions
  • Apply fundamental marketing concepts and marketing management approaches in domestic as well as international marketing issues and practices.
  • Capable of collecting, analysing and interpreting statistical data using various statistical tools for managerial decisions.
  • Manage financial resources of the organization by applying financial Fundamentals
  • Capable of using information communication technology in utilizing and managing organizational resources
  • Analyze the organization as a total system and align it with its environment.
  • Carry out research and consultancy activities in the functional areas of business.
  • Be able to join graduate programs in related fields competitively to further their professional goals.
  1. ADMISSION REQUIREMENT 

The requirement for admission in the university is as per the regulations of Ministry of Education.

A candidate to join Bachelor Degree in Management must meet the following minimum requirements as set by Ministry of Education. 

  • Successful completion of preparatory program:

or

  • Degree Holders seeking another Degree

or

  • Transfer from recognized Higher Education Institute

or

  • TVET:
  • EGSECE
  • One year of practice evidence
  • Higher Education Entrance Examination Qualification Certificate
  • Higher Education Equivalence is a requirement for those coming from other countries

any credential from abroad ,HERQA’s equivalence is required

  1. DURATION OF THE STUDY
  • The duration of the study for BA in Management is three years.
  • The total number of credit hours a student should take to graduate is 112
  • The minimum credit hours a student should take is 15 in the regular and 9 in the extension and the maximum credit hours is 18 for regular and 12 for extension program students
  1. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Graduate students will be awarded the “Bachelor of Arts Degree in Management” if they fulfill the following requirements:

  • A minimum credit hour of 111.
  • A Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.00
  • A Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.00 in core courses.
  • No F, NG, I, in any course and
  •  Compliance with the regulation of the University
  1. DEGREE NOMENCLATURE

The degree offered after successful completion of its program is called:

• In English - “Bachelor of Arts Degree in Management”

• In Amharic|የአርትባችለርዲግሪበማኔጅመንት´

  1. SUMMARY OF COURSES

         

S.N.

 

Course

No.

Course Description

Credit Hour

ECTS

Pre-requisite

 

MAIN   COURSES

 

1

Mgmt 211

Introduction to Management

3

5

None

2

Mgmt 212

Administrative & Business Communication

2

3.3

None

3

Mgmt 221

Mathematics for Management

3

5

Mgmt 211

4

Mgmt 226

Organizational Behavior

3

5

Mgmt 211, Psyc 201

5

Mgmt 311

Management Information System

3

5

Mgmt 211, Comp 105

6

Mgmt 313

Managerial statistics

3

5

Stat 192

7

Mgmt 312

Fundamentals of Marketing

3

5

None

8

Mgmt 321

Risk Management & Insurance

3

5

Mgmt 211, 313

9

Mgmt 322

Human Resource Management

3

5

Mgmt 211, Psyc 201

10

Mgmt 323

Materials Management

3

5

Mgmt 211

11

Mgmt 324

 Business Research Methods

3

5

Mgmt 211, 313

12

Mgmt 325

Leadership and Change Management

2

3.3

Mgmt 211, 226

13

Mgmt 411

Operations Research

3

5

Mgmt 211, 221

26

Mgmt 412

Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

3

5

Mgmt 211, 312,

15

Mgmt 413

Financial Management

3

5

ACFN 231

16

Mgmt 414

Managerial Economics

3

5

Mgmt 221,  Econ 212

17

Mgmt 421

System Analysis and Design

3

5

Mgmt 311

18

Mgmt 422

Strategic Management

3

5

Mgmt 322, 323, 324

19

Mgmt 423

Operations Management

3

5

Mgmt 323, 411

20

Mgmt 424

Strategic Entrepreneurship

3

5

Mgmt 211, 312, 321 

21

Mgmt 425

Project Management

3

5

Mgmt 321, 322, 413,

22

ACFN 211

Cost and Mgmt Accounting I

3

5

ACFN 202

23

ACFN 212

Cost and Mgmt Accounting II

3

5

ACFN 211

24

Mgmt 326

Global  Marketing Management

3

5

Mgmt 312

25

Mgmt 426a

Senior Essay in management I

1

1.7

Mgmt 226, 322, 323, 324

26

Mgmt 426b

Senior Essay in management II

2

3.3

Mgmt 415a

Total

73

121.6

 

 

SUPPORTIVE COURSES

 

1

Stat 192

Introduction to Statistics

3

-

-----

2

ACFN201

Fundamentals of Accounting I

3

5

-----

3

ACFN 202

Fundamentals of Accounting II

3

5

ACFN 201

4

ACFN 231

Intermediate Financial Accounting

3

5

ACFN 202

5

Econ 221

Microeconomics

3

5

-----

         

S.N.

 

Course

No.

Course Description

Credit Hour

ECTS

Pre-requisite

6

Econ 212

Macroeconomics Theory

3

5

Econ 221

7

LawD 201

Business Law

3

5

-----

Total

21

35

 

 

GENERAL COURSES

 

1

Enla 100

Communicative English  Skills

3

5

-----

2

Enla 201

Basic Writing Skills

3

5

Enla 100

3

Comp 105

Introduction to  Computer Technology

3

5

-----

4

Phil 101

Introduction to Logic

3

5

-----

5

Phil 103

Civics and Ethical Education

3

5

-----

6

Psyc 201

General Psychology

3

5

-----

Total

18

30

 

Grand Total

112

186.6

 

 

 

  1. COURSE DETAILS

 

Mgmt 211. Introduction to ManagementCr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - None

Course Description

This course focuses on the basic concepts and principles of management, the functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling, and their relationships to key issues in management practices, such as leadership and motivation. Decision making and effective communication are also discussed.

Mgmt 212. Administrative & Business Communication,Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - None

Course Description

The course is designed to handle issues related to communication in the context of carrying out the managerial duties of a manager.  It treats the importance, conceptual framework, functions, conditions, process, models and elements of communication.  Moreover, it presents the nature and types of communications in organization by placing emphasis on formal and informal communication among members.  Furthermore this course examines the causes of communication breakdown and attempts to provide framework to rectify this crucial problem.  The course is also designed to provide theoretical as well as practical frameworks of the media of communication

Mgmt 221. Mathematics for Management, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - Mgmt 211

Course Description  

This course is designed to expose management students to the basic concepts and area of managerial application of mathematics. Topics include: linear equations and their applications, matrix algebra and its applications, Markov chain analysis and input output analysis, linear programming, mathematics of finance, elements and application of calculus.

Mgmt 313. Managerial Statistics, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - Stat 192

Course Description

It is a course in basic statistics with statistical methods, and statistical inference which have become useful tools in every field of knowledge. The former generally describes the group characteristics of the particular data, and the latter describes the judgments based on statistical analysis. Besides, it includes Introduction; data collection and presentation; measures of central tendency and dispersion; Probability and probability distribution.

Mgmt 226. Organizational Behavior, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 211, Psyc 201

Course Description

The course introduces to students the fundamentals of organizational behavior. It provides the student with the concepts of individual behavior like perception, value, attitude, and motivation. The course also includes theoretical frame work for group behavior like team work, leadership, power, politics, and conflict. It explains concepts of organization system such as structure, technology, work design, culture and organizational change.

Mgmt 322. Human Resource Management, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 211, Psyc 201

Course Description:

Human Resource management belongs to all organizations. Its focal point is people; people are the life blood of organizations. It emphasizes on: human resources planning and development, recruitment, selection of personnel, induction, placement, training and development; techniques of performance appraisal; wage and salary administration and /or the human factor in work design & compensation plans & incentive schemes; morale and motivation; discipline; maintenance and safety; industrial relations; collective bargaining; grievances and grievance handling. It also focuses on newly emerging issues of Human resource like diversity and its management, empowerment, HIV AIDS and the workplace.

Mgmt 311. Management Information System, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 211, Comp 105

Course Description:

This course deals with the nature of information as an organizational resource; its significance in decision making and management; information requirements at different levels and functional areas of management; identification and source of information required; management of information system; development of information system; application of information and knowledge management.

Mgmt 321.  Risk Management and Insurance, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - Mgmt 211, 313        

Course Description

This course is intended to assist the students in identifying and analyzing risk and in managing it through insurance and alternative tools. Techniques such as loss control, risk retention and risk transfer are covered. Still, insurance is often an extremely valuable part of the overall risk management plans of individuals and firms. The course contains both theoretical and practical activities that the trainee should pass through to acquire the basic skills, knowledge and attitudes in accomplishing the organizational activities related to its coverage.

Mgmt 414. Managerial Economics, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 221, Econ 212

Course Description

This course is devised in the way that both economic theories and mathematical tools which are critical in making decisions to resolve managerial problems irrespective of the fact that they are of either profit oriented, non-profit oriented, private, public, large, or small organizations and/or institutions. The course, having the set of mathematical techniques and economic theories and principles, will give students a deeply grounded insight on such matters as to what combination of those theories and techniques should they employ in what situations in making attempts to address managerial problems. This course deals with features of market structure and decision making, business and economic forecasting, econometric model of input output analysis, optimization theory, basic estimation techniques, and pricing of goods and services, which helps to promote the development of analytical and critical thinking skills of students.

Mgmt 323. Materials Management, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - Mgmt 211

Course Description

The course deals with introduction to materials theory; objectives of materials management; Purchasing principles including such elements as description of quality; determination and control of quantity; make or buy decisions; selection of suppliers; organization of purchasing activities; transportation of purchases; materials handling, inventory control models (EOQ & EPQ); materials demand forecasting, Materials Requirement Planning (MRP); Just In Time system (JIT): stores management and warehousing.

Mgmt 324.  Business Research Methods,Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - Mgmt 211, 313

Course Description

This course is a survey course intended to develop the students’ ability in scientific analysis and to provide opportunity for application of concepts and tools in the study of economic and social problems. It also gives students a preliminary knowledge with the art of using different research methods, techniques in solving research problems. Specifically, it covers scientific inquiry; experimentation; survey; fact finding, design of questionnaire and interpretation of data; and formulation of management research project by students.

Mgmt 411. Operations Research, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - Mgmt 211, 221

Course Description

Operations Research (OR) as one of the quantitative aid to decision making offers the decision-maker a method of evaluating every possible alternative (act or course of action) by using various techniques to know the potential outcomes. It includes Models and modeling, linear programming, transportation models, assignment models, decision models, project management techniques, and queuing models.

Mgmt 423. Operations Management, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 323, 411

Course Description

Operations Management the heart of all management disciplines which bring competitive advantage and market focus for all business organization. Thus, the course covers Meaning of, operations management as competitive weapon, product and service design, quality and quality control, capacity planning, location decision, layout decision, aggregate planning, scheduling, work design, and time-based operations.

Mgmt 421.  System Analysis & Design, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - Mgmt 311

Course Description

This course provides an overview of various systems concepts, characteristics and elements in an organization and describes the various phases involved in developing a new system and the role of the system analyst. The course focuses on various steps and tools used for gathering information that will be required for preliminary investigation, the methods to analyze the cost and benefit of a project. This course deals with systems approach to problem solving mainly management information system; techniques and tools of system analysis; design of new system evaluation and control system performance (particularly MIS) and determination of information requirements; system implementation; cost benefit analysis of alternative information system solutions; a project work for students.

Mgmt 424. Strategic Entrepreneurship, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 211, 312, 321 

Course Description

This interdisciplinary course is designed to introduce students to the concept of sustainable entrepreneurship, a manageable process that can be applied across careers and work settings. It focuses on building entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviors that will lead to creative solution within community and organizational environments. Course topics include the history of entrepreneurship, the role of entrepreneurs in the 21st century global economy, and the identification of entrepreneurial opportunities. The elements of creative problem solving, the development of a business concept/model, the examination of feasibility studies and the social /moral/ethical implication of entrepreneurship will be incorporated. Issues related to starting and financing a new venture is included.

 

Mgmt 412. Business Ethics and Social Responsibility,Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 211, 312

Course Description

Business Ethics has become a hot topic.  The field of business ethics has grown in recent years into an interdisciplinary area of study that has found a secure niche in both the liberal arts and business education.  Credit for this development belongs to many individuals – both philosophers and business scholars – who have succeeded in relating ethical theory to the various problems of ethics that arise in business.

Mgmt 422. Strategic Management Cr.hr. 3, ECTS   5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 322, 323, 324,

Course Description

This course is devoted to identifying and describing the various strategies a company can pursue to achieve superior performance. Many of these strategies are generic – that is, they apply to all organizations, large or small, manufacturing or service, and profit seeking or not for profit. The central aim of this course is to give a thorough understanding of the analytical techniques and skills necessary to identify and exploit strategies successfully. Specifically, the course covers; the meaning & role of strategic management, nature of strategic management, strategy formulation & implementation, environmental scanning, understanding of corporate, competitive functional and operating level strategies, strategy implementation, evaluation and control and also social and ethical responsibilities of corporate management.

Mgmt 425. Project Management, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 321, 322, 413

Course Description

Project analysis and Management involves systematically incorporating the interests of customers, creating a disciplined way of prioritizing efforts and resolving tradeoffs, working concurrently on all aspects of the project in multifunctional teams and downstream activities. To this end, the course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of project formulations, appraisal, executive,  planning and analysis of projects, the project cycle, market and demand analysis, raw material and supply study, location, site, and environmental assessment, production plan and plant capacity, technology and engineering study, financial & economic analysis, appraisal criteria, project financing, documentation, implementation monitoring and evaluation.

Mgmt 325. Leadership and Change Management,Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Mgmt 211, 226

Course Description

This course introduces leadership and change management which is a responsibility of an effective leader. It also introduces the concept of conflict and conflict management, and  Leadership, theories of leadership and leader development, change (evolutionary and revolutionary changes),  Obstacles to Change, Managing a change and Adapting to Change, conflict and conflict management, ways of introducing change and harmonizing the organization, processes analysis and measurement, benchmarking.

Mgmt 413. Financial Management, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-request - ACFN 231

Course Description

This course, Financial Management - Part I, deals with the basic underlying concepts and techniques of financial management. The course addresses the issues that are encompassed in finance in general and those deemed to be of relative relevance to the purported students in particular. In the introductory part, the nature, overall realm, and dimension of financial management, and the whys and means of evaluation of financial performance are discussed.

In part two, the basic concepts and correlated issues are expounded. Such basic issues such as the time value of money, risk and return, and valuation of financial assets are covered. In the last part, part three, the nature, type, and technique of long-term investment decisions will be covered.

Mgmt 312.  Fundamentals of Marketing, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - None

Course Description

The course covers an overview of marketing, the marketing environment, types of markets, product decision, product development, branding and packaging, pricing decisions, factors influencing' pricing, pricing techniques, distribution decision: channel and physical distribution decision, promotion decision: types of promotional messages and media.

Mgmt 326. Global Marketing Management Cr.hr. 3, ECTS   5

Prerequisites - Mgmt 312

Course Description

In the era of globalization, international marketing is given much emphasis and plays crucial role in the development of a nation. It includes basic concepts of international marketing and its environment; Relationship between international marketing and international trade; theory of comparative advantage; world trade situation and international marketing, analysis of marketing across national trade blocks' applications of marketing principles to international marketing, analysis of marketing across national boundaries, different levels of international marketing involvement; marketing-mix element decision in international marketing process of practical international marketing; Opportunities and challenges of international marketing for Developing Countries like Ethiopia.

ACFN 211. Cost and Management Accounting I, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-request - ACFN 202

Course Description

Cost accounting course concerns with fundamental cost concepts, behavior, and analysis and the use of cost information to develop superior decision making process and outputs. This course introduces the production, communication, and the use of accounting information within the context of business activities.

ACFN 212.  Cost and Management Accounting IICr.hr. 3, ECTS   5

Pre-request - ACFN 211

Course Description

Cost accounting course concerns with fundamental cost concepts, behavior, and analysis and the use of cost information to develop superior decision making process and outputs. This course introduces the production, communication, and the use of accounting information within the context of business

Mgmt 426a. Senior Essay in Management I, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-request - Mgmt 226, 322, 323, 324

Course Description

Under graduate students enrolled in this course, will be required to start working on senior essay under a supervision of a member of the faculty and they are expected to prepare research proposal and conduct an independent research project work.

The proposal shall be submitted to assigned advisor for reviewing, and grading and approval for the next phase.  A student will proceed to the next phases of doing final work upon the approval of the advisor.

Mgmt 426b. Senior Essay in Management II, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite – Mgmt 426b

Course Description

Under graduate students enrolled in this course, while working under a supervision of a member of the faculty are expected to plan and conduct an independent research project work, to submit for review and approval, and to present their work for an oral defense.

ACFN 201. Fundamentals of Accounting I, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites -  None

Course Description

This course is designed to provide introductory knowledge of accounting principles, concepts, and practices as per International Financial Reporting Standards. The course deals with the processes involved in financial statements preparation for service-giving businesses, merchandising businesses, and manufacturing businesses. Topics covered includes the features of accounting information, users of accounting information, nature of financial statements, the double entry system, financial statements preparation process including journals, ledgers, trial balance, adjustments, worksheets, accruals, adjusting and closing entries, and the accounting system. This course provides a foundation for more advanced work in the fields of Accounting and business. All topics are studied in accordance with the provisions of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

ACFN 202. Fundamentals of Accounting II, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - ACFN 201

Course Description

This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I. The course is designed to introduce students to the application of accounting principles and concepts to major balance sheet items. The specific topics  includes internal control over cash, accounting for receivables, accounting for inventories, accounting for current liabilities, accounting for plant asset, natural resources and intangibles and accounting for businesses organized as partnerships and companies as per Ethiopian Commercial Code.

ACFN 231. Intermediate Financial Accounting, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - ACFN202

Course Description

This course presupposes that the students are equipped with knowledge of basic accounting principles. In this course, emphasis is made on accounting theory of financial statements, recognition criteria, measurement, also reporting requirements of the elements of financial statements are covered. Treatment of current assets, namely, cash, receivables, and inventories form the central objective of this course.

 

LawD 201. Business Law, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Prerequisites - None

Course Description

The primary focus of this course is to introduce students with the concept, principles, and legal framework governing business transactions, negotiations, undertakings, and contracts. The course will pay a closer look at the labor law and the commercial code of Ethiopia. It is aimed at exposing students to the law of contract (Such as the contract of sale, insurance, and Agency), commercial instruments, and commercial undertakings.

Econ 221. Micro Economics, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - None

Course Description  

The course develops an appreciation of how basic microeconomic theories can be used to analyze the choices and constraints facing consumers and producers. It further provides students with a clear understanding of how these theories underpin consumer and firm behavior. The module offers an appreciation of the different market structures that may exist, and the conditions under which markets may or may not produce desirable products/outcomes and provide an appreciation of the role that government plays in improving the operation of markets. In relation to oligopolistic markets, the module introduces simple concepts in game theory. The module also raises important discussions on general equilibrium and welfare. Dealing with the assumption of perfect information throughout the course, the last part introduces of the more realistic concept of asymmetric information.

Econ 212. Macroeconomics Theory, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Econ 221

Course Description

This course is designed to acquaint students with one of the two major branches of economics which deals with aggregates effects of all economic activities. The course focuses on system of measuring the general performance of an economy, National income accounting,   consumption saving and income determination. Topics of equilibrium conditions in two, three, four sector models, monetary, fiscal and income policy tools of economic regulation; the relationship among product, money markets and interest rate will be covered. The course further includes the IS-LM model step by step which this is demonstrated by graphic illustrations and mathematical equations. Finally unemployment inflation and their courses; tradeoff between them and the contemporary ethics dealing with the Philips curve will be discussed.

Stat 192. Introduction to Statistics, Cr.hr. 3  

Pre-requisite - None

Course Description

Meaning of statistics; Methods of data collection; Methods of data presentation; Measures of location; Measures of variation; Moments, skewness and kurtosis; Counting Techniques; Concepts of Probability (classical approach); Probability distributions: Binomial, Poisson, Normal, t and Chi-square; Sampling and Sampling Distribution of the mean and proportion; Elementary description of the tools of statistical inference: Basic concepts; Estimation: (Point and Interval) for the population mean and proportion; Hypothesis testing on the population mean and proportion; Chi-square test of association. Each topic should begin with motivating examples.

Enla 201. Basic Writing Skill, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - Enla 100

Course Description

This course is mainly designed to develop the writing and comprehension skill of learners. The course deals with writing skills: producing grammatically correct and meaningful sentences; combining sentences; subordination and co-ordination; topic sentence; details in paragraphs; concluding sentences; principles o writing; unity, coherence, emphasis, interest; patterns of– effect, illustration, definition, identification, analysis, comparison and contrast, classification, combination method; topic selection; topic selection; outlining; drafting; revising essays; mechanics of writing; punctuation, capitalization, words frequently misspelled and confuse; indentation; essays of deferent discourse.

Psyc 201. General Psychology, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites- None

Course Description

This is a general course designed to help students conceptualize the nature of human behavior and the implications thereof.  Basic facts and principles on areas such as development; learning; perception; memory; personality and psychological disorders; concepts of mental health; the implications of facts and principles for understanding; predicting and managing behavior in daily life will also be discussed.

Comp 105. Introduction to Computer Technology, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisites - None

Course Description

This course introduce fundamentals of hard ware and software of computer systems and including how data are represented in the computer, the theoretical and practical session are given in parallel.

Phil 101. Introduction to Philosophy (Logic),Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite - None

Course Description

Logic as one of the disciplines of philosophy is concerned with the formulation of principles of correct thinking. Since the times of Aristotle Logic has been recognized as fundamental importance to all intellectual activity which aims at what is called truth. It is the arbiter of all human reasoning. The dictum “Logic is the dispenser of hazy and confused thinking” indicates the importance of a course in logic.

Phil 103. Civic and Ethical Education, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite -  None

Course Description

This course is designed to be offered as a common course to all trainees in the degree program in order to produce responsible, well-informed and competent citizens. The course encompasses the basic concepts of civic and ethical education, state and government, the values and principles of democracy, issues related to citizenship and patriotism, concepts of constitution and constitutionalism, fundamental human rights and major issue of development, basic ideas of international relations and contemporary issues.

Enla 100. Communicative English Skill, Cr.hr. 3, ECTS 5

Pre-requisite -  None

Course Description

This is a course that tries to help learners improve their receptive and productive skills. In other words, though the various exercises or activates in this course, learners get the chance to speak, listen, read and write in English. Part and price of these skills are basic grammar and vocabulary practices. Aside from this, the course helps learners develop a variety of learning strategies such as note-taking and presentation skills which they can apply in other academic subjects.


© 2020 Unity University .