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Graduate School of Business

Course Descriptions

BUS6005 Managerial Economics

Objective of this course is to understand the relevance of economics in business management. This will enable the students to study functional areas of management such as Marketing, Production and Costing from a broader perspective. This course consist of Nature and Scope, Relationship with other areas in Economics, The role of managerial economist, Managerial Theories of firm, Behavioural Theories of firm, optimization Techniques, Production Analysis, Cost theory and estimation and Market structure and pricing practices.

BUS6007 Strategic Management and Competition Analysis

This course explores the overlapping areas of industrial economics and strategic management. It is designed to provide students with an understanding of the economic principles underlying strategy formulation. Based on an analysis of the factors shaping the industry environment, firms assess their positioning relative to their rivals, and formulate strategies in order to achieve a durable competitive advantage. In choosing between strategies, firms have to take into account the possible reactions of rivals to their strategic decisions. The course provides students with the tools to analyse the positioning and performance of firms in different industry environments. These tools mainly rely on economic theories (theories of industrial organization, basic concepts of game theory, transaction cost theory, and the resource based theory of the firm). The course covers various topics in strategy formulation, such as product positioning and differentiation, diversification, vertical integration, pricing, strategic commitments, entry deterrence, and entry into foreign markets.

BUS6009 Financial Management

This course discusses concepts and decisions in financial management, specifically those  concerned about corporate finance. Discussion topics are divided into four parts. The first  section introduces the fundamental concepts. The second section discusses corporate valuation.  The third part talks about investment decisions. Subsequently, the fourth part is concerned  about financing decisions and dividend policies. This course consist of Financial Statements and Cash Flow, Net Present Value and Other Investment Rules, Making Capital Investment Decisions, Stock Valuation, Risk and Return Lessons form Market History, Risk, Cost of Capital and Capital Budgeting, Efficient Capital Markets and Behavioral Challenges, Financial Statements Analysis and Financial Models.

BUS6011 Advanced Managerial Accounting

This course focuses on the use of accounting information to report managerial performance and to facilitate business  decisions. It covers the preparation and use of cost and management accounting information in planning, budgeting,  break-even analysis, and pricing. As such, the class is referred to as Advanced Management Accounting because its  goal is to expose students to the computation, analysis and application of cost and management accounting data. As part of this course; Ph.D students will be able to have knowledge about Management and Cost Accounting and its inter-relationships, the importance of cost concepts and classifications, cost Accounting information for income determination, product costing, and process control, cost accumulation and allocation systems with particular emphasis on job order, process, and standard  costing, the emergence of recent costing innovations, a comparison of them to traditional costing systems, and an  assessment the benefits and challenges their adoption might create, budgets and the budgetary process, cost volume profit relationships and how decision making is affected by them

BUS6102 Behavior in Organizational Systems

This course covers the foundation for the study and application of organizational  behavior. The perspective, historical background, methodology and theoretical framework for human  behavior in organizations are studied. Attention is given to the micro perspective (perception,  personality and attitudes, motivation, and learning), the dynamics (group dynamics, conflict, stress,  power and politics, and leadership), and organizational culture. Applications for performance improvement, organizational change, and development are stressed.

BUS6900 Advanced Applied Research Methods

Course provides students with a basic knowledge of both how to perform analyses and critique the  use of some more advanced statistical methods useful in answering policy questions. While  randomized experiments will be discussed, the primary focus will be the challenge of answering  causal questions using data that do not meet such standards. Several approaches for observational  data including propensity score methods, instrumental variables, difference in differences, fixed  effects models and regression discontinuity designs will be discussed. Examples from real public  policy studies will be used to illustrate key ideas and methods.

BUS6210 Managerial Perspective in Marketing

This course is about foundation knowledge for business which including various concepts and techniques, to solve marketing problems. The course investigates marketing from a managerial perspective for analysis of functions of marketing opportunity assessment, marketing planning and programming, marketing leadership and organization, evaluating and adjusting the marketing effort.  The marketing project requires students to apply marketing skills and understanding to a real marketing situation, and make recommendations for future marketing strategy and tactics, and communicate in both oral and written formats. Course objective provide how to analyze business situations, to identify fundamental problems, and recommend solutions, to apply marketing management concepts to the identification of problems, to communicate the above accurately, both in speech and in writing. The class is designed to require the student to think and solve problems logically. As a result, broad assignments and research projects will be given.

BUS6192 Special Topics in Management and Organization

This course aims to provide an analysis of organizations and the management  processes of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling in the context of  socio-technical systems. Individual, group, and organizational responses to  various kinds of environments and technologies are studied, as are pertinent  techniques of manpower management. This course consists of defining the management functions and business processes that create  value for an organization, basic business concepts, principles and values that  contribute to organizational performance, formulate a set of management policies, practices, and procedures that influence group and individual dynamics in organizations, and describing situations where management decision-making should  incorporate ethical reasoning, multiculturalism, and internal  inter-group behavior.

BUS6193 Multinational Enterprises and the Global Business

This course provides a broad survey of multinational enterprises and foreign direct investment.  Also, it draws from a variety of disciplines including business, economics, management, political  economy and public policy. The objective of this course is to provide graduate students with an overview of the scholarly literature on  multinational enterprises (MNEs), including both classic and current materials. The intention is to go  broad rather than deep; that is, to provide a broad survey of the field rather than a deep discussion of a  few selected topics. By the end of the course, students should have an overall knowledge of the field; a practical “tool bag” of constructs and approaches (e.g., transaction cost economics, OLI paradigm,  global-local matrix, economic welfare analysis, options theory, political risk analysis, MNE-state  bargaining theory) for understanding MNE strategies, effects and interactions with other organizations; and a road map to guide their further studies.

BUS6203 Analysis of Consumer Behavior Theories

Research into consumer behavior over the last several decades has drawn on various  fields such as psychology, economics, anthropology and sociology. Based on this, several  consumer behavior models and theories have been developed that can help marketers. In this  course, a classic consumer decision making model will be examined to see how marketers can  make managerial decisions based on an understanding of the different steps in the consumer  choice process. We will see how this model can be adapted and modified for various products,  services and circumstances so that they can be helpful for making appropriate marketing  strategies such as segmentation and positioning . In order to gain better insights into consumer  behavior such as consumer learning, perception and brand loyalty, we will look at some  marketing research techniques and tools that will help the marketer. Students will have the  opportunity to discuss real life cases, cutting edge as well as popular articles, do several in-class exercises and conduct small scale research studies on actual consumers.

BUS6291 Special Topics in Marketing

This course provides an experienced-based approach to marketing theory and its practical application. Topics to be addressed and discussed from an applied point of view include: the evolution of marketing, the significance and use of marketing research, marketing segmentation, product and/or service positioning, distribution, pricing and a variety of strategies for marketing communication and promotion.

BUS6405 IFRS and International Reporting

The objective of this course is to give you an overview of the main topics in international  accounting and to introduce you to the international dimensions of financial statement  analysis. You will learn about differences in financial measurement and reporting practices  that exist internationally, the reasons for these differences, their resultant financial statement  effects and methods that you can employ to cope with such differences. You will also learn  about the international financial reporting standards (IFRS) movement and the implications  of reading financial statements based on IFRS.

BUS6409 Behavioral Finance

This course describes how individuals and firms make financial decisions, and how those decisions might deviate from those predicted by traditional financial or economic theory.  Students explore the existence of psychological biases in financial decision-making, and examine the impacts of these biases in financial markets and other financial settings.  The course examines how the insights of behavioral finance complements the traditional finance paradigm.

BUS6494 Selected Topics in International Finance

This course covers topics on currency, banking, inflation, and debt crises as well as  international financial contagion. Issues pertaining to monetary/financial, exchange rate,  debt restructuring, and fiscal policy in connection with the antecedents and aftermath of  crises are studied at both the theoretical and empirical levels. The role of current account  dynamics, international capital flows, financial integration, and world commodity price  cycles as these relate to recurring economic booms and busts are analyzed. The empirical  evidence studied is global in scope, drawing from the experiences and crises episodes of  advanced and emerging market economies across all regions. The historical coverage  spans many of the pre-World War II crises episodes to the modern-day emerging market  crashes of the 1990s and the unfolding banking and debt crises of the advanced  economies.

BUS6502 Human Resource Analytics

This course emphasizes the strategic role of human resources, this text covers current hot topics such as self-directed work teams, shamrock organization, broadbanding, competency-based pay systems, job security and violence in the workplace. This course consists of define human capital and identify the seven categories of HR activities, how organizational culture and HR are related and identify  four areas that are part of these relationships, explain how organizational ethical issues affect HR management, provide an overview of six challenges facing HR today, describing how the major roles of HR management are being  transformed, and the key competencies needed by HR professionals and why  certification is important.

BUS6509 Selected Readings in Human Resource Management

The purpose of this course is to provide you with a strong foundation in the important methods, strategies, issues, and legal information related to the HRM function within organizations.  This foundation will provide a critical support to you in your future successful career, whether as a manager, human resource professional, or an employee.

BUS6005 Managerial Economics           

Objective of this course is to understand the relevance of economics in business management. This will enable the students to study functional areas of management such as Marketing, Production and Costing from a broader perspective. This course consist of Nature and Scope, Relationship with other areas in Economics, The role of managerial economist, Managerial Theories of firm, Behavioural Theories of firm, optimization Techniques, Production Analysis, Cost theory and estimation and Market structure and pricing practices.

BUS6007 Strategic Management and Competition Analysis                             

This course explores the overlapping areas of industrial economics and strategic management. It is designed to provide students with an understanding of the economic principles underlying strategy formulation. Based on an analysis of the factors shaping the industry environment, firms assess their positioning relative to their rivals, and formulate strategies in order to achieve a durable competitive advantage. In choosing between strategies, firms have to take into account the possible reactions of rivals to their strategic decisions. The course provides students with the tools to analyse the positioning and performance of firms in different industry environments. These tools mainly rely on economic theories.The course covers various topics in strategy formulation, such as product positioning and differentiation, diversification, vertical integration, pricing, strategic commitments, entry deterrence, and entry into foreign markets.

BUS6009 Financial Management          

This course discusses concepts and decisions in financial management, specifically those  concerned about corporate finance. Discussion topics are divided into four parts. The first  section introduces the fundamental concepts. The second section discusses corporate valuation.  The third part talks about investment decisions. Subsequently, the fourth part is concerned  about financing decisions and dividend policies. This course consist of Financial Statements and Cash Flow, Net Present Value and Other Investment Rules, Making Capital Investment Decisions, Stock Valuation, Risk and Return Lessons form Market History, Risk, Cost of Capital and Capital Budgeting, Efficient Capital Markets and Behavioral Challenges, Financial Statements Analysis and Financial Models.

BUS6011 Advanced Managerial Accounting   

This course focuses on the use of accounting information to report managerial performance and to facilitate business  decisions. It covers the preparation and use of cost and management accounting information in planning, budgeting,  break-even analysis, and pricing. As such, the class is referred to as Advanced Management Accounting because its  goal is to expose students to the computation, analysis and application of cost and management accounting data. As part of this course; Ph.D students will be able to have knowledge about Management and Cost Accounting and its inter-relationships, the importance of cost concepts and classifications, cost Accounting information for income determination, product costing, and process control, cost accumulation and allocation systems with particular emphasis on job order, process, and standard  costing, the emergence of recent costing innovations, a comparison of them to traditional costing systems, and an  assessment the benefits and challenges their adoption might create, budgets and the budgetary process, cost volume profit relationships and how decision making is affected by them

BUS6102 Behavior in Organizational Systems      

This course covers the foundation for the study and application of organizational behavior. The perspective, historical background, methodology and theoretical framework for human  behavior in organizations are studied. Attention is given to the micro perspective (perception,  personality and attitudes, motivation, and learning), the dynamics (group dynamics, conflict, stress,  power and politics, and leadership), and organizational culture. Applications for performance improvement, organizational change, and development are stressed.

BUS6900 Advanced Applied Research Methods     

Course provides students with a basic knowledge of both how to perform analyses and critique the  use of some more advanced statistical methods useful in answering policy questions. While  randomized experiments will be discussed, the primary focus will be the challenge of answering  causal questions using data that do not meet such standards. Several approaches for observational  data including propensity score methods, instrumental variables, difference in differences, fixed  effects models and regression discontinuity designs will be discussed. Examples from real public  policy studies will be used to illustrate key ideas and methods.

BUS6210 Managerial Perspective in Marketing  

This course is about foundation knowledge for business which including various concepts and techniques, to solve marketing problems. The course investigates marketing from a managerial perspective for analysis of functions of marketing opportunity assessment, marketing planning and programming, marketing leadership and organization, evaluating and adjusting the marketing effort.  The marketing project requires students to apply marketing skills and understanding to a real marketing situation, and make recommendations for future marketing strategy and tactics, and communicate in both oral and written formats.Course objective provide how to analyze business situations, to identify fundamental problems, and recommend solutions, to apply marketing management concepts to the identification of problems, to communicate the above accurately, both in speech and in writing. The class is designed to require the student to think and solve problems logically. As a result, broad assignments and research projects will be given.

BUS6999 Ph.D Qualification Exam

Student needs to study all the subjects of his/her previous taking courses to be able pass the exam at the end of the term. There are two part in the qualification exam process. As the first part of the examination, students take written examination. If they pass the written examination, they are ready to take the second part of the exam for which they get oral examination by examination committee. The examination committee has to include two external lecturers and two internal lecturers, other than the advisor of the student. After completion of the examination, the student proceeds to the Dissertation Proposal.

BUS6887 Seminar                                  

Candidates write their dissertation proposal. The proposal should state the focused research problematic of the thesis, situate that problematic within the field, specify the theoretical framework/approach to be used, offer a methodological discussion of the program of research, and provide a preliminary title, chapter breakdown, schedule for completion and working bibliography.

BUS6888-1 Ph.D Thesis                       

The student starts working on her/his dissertation proposal and gradually writing and finishing the thesis. In every six months, the student will present the current situation of her/his research to the thesis committee that is comprised of one internal and external lecturer along with the advisor of the student.

BUS6888-2 Ph.D Thesis                    

The student continue working on her/his dissertation proposal. The course aims to enable students to implement an independent research, to evaluate and interpret scientific contents and to manage to make neccessary steps in order to reach to new synthesis. The course aims to enable students to think with a wider perspective, and to manage research process effectively.

BUS6888-3 Ph.D Thesis                      

The course aims to enable students to implement an independent research, to evaluate and interpret scientific contents and to manage the research process in order to reach to new synthesis. At this stage, students should focus on writing of the dissertation and they are expected to be able to manage and complete the research process effectively.

BUS6888-4 Ph.D Thesis                  

The final phase of the completion of the doctoral process. Candidates submit their dissertation to the committee and defend it in front of the committee.