Management

Management

This concentration provides professional preparation for students working toward careers in business.

The students of the Business Administration program develop the skills and orientation of a well-rounded generalist with a broad base of business skills, knowledge, and practical experience. They will be professionals capable of entering the labor market with great success. It is time to enter the labor market with great success, our program develops your capabilities to perform administrative processes for the management of any private or public company, advise different national and international organizations and guide operations to domestic and external markets.

This concentration ensures that management student also develops competencies in other major areas beyond introductory courses. It further gives students opportunities to choose courses from a selection that represents areas in which business students should be competent.

This concentration focusses on innovation, creativity, and leadership, making it a varied and challenging journey towards awareness of one’s own professional skills and abilities.

 

Concentration requirements

This degree requires 122 credit hours. 

 

University Requirements (Compulsory) 9 Courses (26 Cr)

ARA101         Arabic                     

CSC101          Computing Essentials                     

ENG101         English I                     

ENG102         English II                     

MAT101        Calculus I                     

SBS155          Human Rights                     

ENG201         English III : Technical Writing                     

WCS201         Cultural Studies I                     

SBS206          Bahrain Modern History                     

 

University Requirements (Elective) Select 2 Courses (6 Cr)

ENG220         Themes in Literature                     

 

 

GRD130         Painting                     

 

 

LIT203          Studies in American Literature                     

 

 

PHL202         Business Ethics

 

 

 

 

PHL203         Critical Thinking Skills                     

 

 

POS101          Intro. to Political Science                     

 

 

PSY201          Introduction to Psychology                     

 

 

SBS201          General Sociology                     

 

 

SBS203          Human Development                     

 

 

SBS205          Communication Skills

 

 

 

 

WCS301         Cultural Studies II                     

 

 

WMN201       Women Studies                     

 

 

 

 
       

 

 

Program Requirements (Compulsory) 15 Courses (45 Cr)

 

ACT101         Financial Accounting 1                     

 

 

 

 

BUS301         Entrepreneurship                     

 

 

 

 

MGT101        Principles of Management                     

 

 

 

 

ACT201         Managerial Accounting                     

 

 

 

 

ECO201         Microeconomics                     

 

 

 

ECO202         Macroeconomics                     

 

 

FIN201          Principles of Finance                     

 

 

MKT201        Principles of Marketing                     

 

 

STS201          Probability And Statistics I                     

 

 

BUS205         Business Law                     

 

 

BUS315         Internship/Practicum                     

 

 

BUS350         Business Communications                     

 

 

CIT311          Management Information Systems                     

 

 

MGT301        Organization and Management                     

 

 

MGT490        Business Policy & Strategy                     

 

 

 

 
         

 

Program Requirements (Elective) Select 4 Courses (12 Cr)

BUS251         Internet Technology                     

 

 

BUS310         Managerial Economics                     

BUS325         New Venture Creation                     

BUS435         Family Entrepreneurship Management                     

CIT231          Cloud Computing                     

 

 

CIT262          Multimedia Systems                     

FIN385          Financial Planning and Control                     

MAT102        Calculus II                     

 

 

MGT385        Tourism & Hospitality Management                     

STS202          Probability And Statistics II                     

 

 

 

Concentration Requirements (Compulsory)  5 courses (15 Cr)

MGT305        Human Resource Management                     

MGT310        International Management                     

MGT401        Supply Chain Management                     

MGT410        Project Management                     

MGT430        Total Quality Management                     

 

Concentration Requirements (Elective) Select 4 Courses (12 Cr)

ACT102         Financial Accounting II

 

 

 

MGT405        Planning and Managerial Control

 

 

 

MGT415        Management of Small Business

 

 

 

MGT420        Managerial Decision Making

 

 

 

MGT425        Leadership for Results

 

 

 

MKT301        Marketing Management

 

 

 

MKT360        Promotion Communication Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free Electives (Elective) Select 2 Courses (6 Cr)

Department Information

"The Role of 5G in IOT" webinar

The webinar “The Role of 5G in IOT” will be held on 1st of March from 12 pm to 1pm Bahrain time. The speaker will be Dr Bilel Jamoussi- Chief of the Study Groups Department at the International Telecommunication Union Standardization Bureau in Geneva Switzerland. The webinar will explain how the ITU is bringing together governments, industry, international organizations and academia to develop consensus based international standards for 5G and IoT, and in particular, how this work is shaping smart cities. The webinar will also explore how 5G will support IoT applications across various industry sectors.