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Business Administration Course Learning Outcomes
Course Code Title Learning Outcomes
BUSI2311 PRINCIPLE OF MANAGEMENT CLO1 Define the role of management in an organization
CLO2 Recognize and conceptualize the knowledge learned
CLO3 Explain  management theory and applications
CLO4 Ability to demonstrate a superior level of written skill
CLO5 Evaluate the students should have a good oral skill
CLO6 Demonstrate intellectually the role of management and communication methods
BUSI3311 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS CLO1 Describe the fundamental principles of a legal system
CLO2 Define the principles and techniques used in writing a business contract, which meet all legal requirements
CLO3 Outline the various techniques to build healthy environment to conduct business based on free competition
CLO4 Develop the skills necessary to negotiate a business argument with other companies
CLO5 Compose a solution to a business conflict using current legal regulations and laws
BUSI3312 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR CLO1 State, explain and apply the theories of human behavior in organizations – this will include all three levels of OB – individual, group and organizational
CLO2 Recognize effective leadership behaviors and summarize the different leadership styles used in organizations
CLO3 Evaluate the key influences on group and team behaviors in organizations
CLO4 Demonstrate an appreciation of how individual differences and motivations influence behavior in the workplace
CLO5 Describe and evaluate the key ethical issues and influence of diversity in organizations
BUSI3313 MARKETING PRINCIPLES CLO1 Define the key concepts and terminologies in the field of marketing
CLO2 Design a marketing research project that related to real world scenario
CLO3 Demonstrate responsibility for own learning
CLO4 Demonstrate  oral and written communication
CLO5 Perform effectively using hardware and software
BUSI3321 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CLO1 Articulate the fundamental principles of operations management
CLO2 Develop an understanding of the operations management functions in a manufacturing or service industry
CLO3 Demonstrate the skills necessary to identify, analyze and resolve typical problems that arise in managing operations
CLO4 Evaluate cause and effects and business requirements for a given problem scenario
CLO5 Generate new designs to improve the existing operations and work with people from different backgrounds as a team to solve complex business operations problems
CLO6 Establish and measure the performance of different operations related decision problems, such as productivity, facility layout, capacity planning, facility location, forecasting, inventory, quality, etc
BUSI3322 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CLO1 List the factors that must be considered in designing and managing a supply chain
CLO2 Describe the role of information and information technology in supply chains
CLO3 Describe the modeling techniques used to make decisions within a supply chain
CLO4 Develop quantitative and analytical skills by using statistical and optimization tools
CLO5 Illustrate business professional oral and written skills
CLO6 Analyze the results obtained from different modeling techniques to make decisions within a supply chain
CLO7 Demonstrate quantitative and analytical skills through statistical and optimization tools
BUSI3323 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CLO1 Identify and explain the role of human resource management in the effective management of organizations
CLO2 Recognize the linkages between the human resource function and the external and internal environment of the firm and their role in the achievement of the strategic goals of the firm
CLO3 State and describe the key functions of human resource management, for example, HR planning, work and job design, recruitment and selection, reward and remuneration, performance appraisal, career planning, diversity, ethics, training and development and responding to future trends
CLO4 Explain and analyze the role of HRM in the development of tactics, policies and practices in the achievement of the strategic goals of the firm
CLO5 Analyze human resource problems in various settings in order to generate and communicate recommendations through the use of management reports
BUSI3331 BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONS CLO1 Demonstrate competency in negotiations and conflict management
CLO2 Express an understanding of the nature of negotiations and conflict management
CLO3 Apply negotiation skills in APA essays
CLO4 Demonstrate strategic and tactical approaches to his or her negotiation and conflict management
CLO5 Critically analyze negotiations and conflict situations and make recommendations for the resolution or agreement process
CLO6 Develop the ability to analyze the other side in negotiations and conflict situations
BUSI4261 ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLO1 Memorize concepts learned in other courses to the issues to be faced in starting a new business
CLO2 Evaluate factors to be considered in starting a business
CLO3 Explain the role of various functional areas in a start-up
CLO4 Write a plan for starting a new business
CLO5 Differentiate opportunities and difficulties encountered in starting and operating new businesses
CLO6 Demonstrate how to implement plans and monitor progress
CLO7 Apply accounting and financial principles to starting a new business
BUSI4311 E-COMMERCE CLO1 List the factors that must be considered for e-commerce
CLO2 Identify and address relevant technological, strategic, operational and social issues that are important factors to be successful in e-commerce
CLO3 Critically evaluate the needs of various types of e-commerce sites and platforms used today’s mobile society
CLO4 Develop business professional oral and written skills
CLO5 Demonstrate how to design a website
CLO6 Demonstrate the effective use of information technology in e-commerce
BUSI4321 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CLO1 Develop an understanding of the global economy and the ideas of borderless markets
CLO2 Promote an understanding of the fundamental forces that impact on international business
CLO3 Generate an awareness of other cultures, languages, religions, population, and social structures and how they impact on doing business overseas
CLO4 Prepare to do business internationally and to deal with foreign business representatives doing business in Saudi Arabia
BUSI4351 INTERNSHIP CLO1 Record and integrate knowledge from functional business areas to business situations
CLO2 Recall the meaning of the terminology and the tools used in business strategy formulation
CLO3 Prepare, interpret, and apply relevant business information and projections
CLO4 Evaluate information about a business, industry, sector, or market and use that information for comparative purposes
CLO5 Develop strategies to deal with unexpected circumstances and foster technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship
CLO6 Develop an effective skillset in problem analysis
CLO7 Develop a strategically organized, written and visual documentation and reflection of student performances and accomplishments
CLO8 Demonstrate decision making, such as leadership, teamwork, cooperation, and interpersonal skills
CLO9 Demonstrate an oral presentation using technological tools
BUSI4362 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CLO1 Recognize and recall the theories and concepts underlying the practice of strategic management
CLO2 Analyze a business and apply appropriate strategic management principles
CLO3 Analyze the internal and external variables that affect the performance of a business
CLO4 Synthesize and build on management principles learned previously in other courses
CLO5 Demonstrate the ability to access, apply and communicate strategic management research
ECON1311 INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS CLO1 Outline an understanding of the role scarcity plays in defining economic choices and how individuals, companies and nations resolve these issues in a market economy
CLO2 Outline a basic understanding of the uses and limitations of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and real GDP
CLO3 Outline a basic understanding of the fundamental macroeconomic problems of recession, unemployment, inflation, and economic growth
CLO4 Outline a basic understanding of employing the aggregate-demand and aggregate-supply model to analyze national economic conditions and macroeconomic policy options
CLO5 Outline a basic understanding of the structure and functions of a nation’s Central Bank with a particular reference to the Federal Reserve System
CLO6 Outline a basic understanding of the uses and limitations of fiscal and monetary policy as a tool for stabilizing and managing the economy
CLO7 Outline the historical evolution of Macroeconomic thinking
CLO8 Develop problem solving abilities as students analyze assigned questions, exercises, problems, and cases
CLO9 Develop oral, written, and listening skills as students participate in class discussion, engage in homework assignments, and interact with classmates
CLO10 Demonstrate the ability to access, critisize and appraise real macroeconomic issues and problems pertaining to local and international cases. The course is designed to foster cooperative learning, teamwork, and group discussion
ECON1312 INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS CLO1 Outline an understanding of the role scarcity plays in defining economic choices and how individuals, companies and nations resolve these issues
CLO2 Outline a basic understanding of the meaning of market demand and supply, price and income elasticity of demand, and how consumers maximize utility
CLO3 Outline an understanding of the production function, the Law of Diminishing Returns, and how the various measures of cost are related
CLO4 Reproduce an understanding of the market characteristics of perfect competition, and monopoly, why economic profits approach zero in competitive markets and how society benefits from perfect competition
CLO5 Outline an understanding of the unique characteristics of oligopoly, how oligopolies maximize profits and the interdependence between firms affect oligopoly’s pricing decisions
CLO6 Outline a basic understanding of the characteristics of monopolistic competition, how monopolistic competitors maximize profit and how consumers are affected
CLO7 Outline the historical evolution of Microeconomic thinking
CLO8 Develop problem solving abilities as students analyze assigned questions, exercises, problems, and cases
CLO9 Develop oral, written, and listening skills as students participate in class discussion, engage in homework assignments, and interact with classmates
CLO10 Demonstrate the ability to access, critisize and appraise real microeconomic issues and problems pertaining to local and international cases. The course is designed to foster cooperative learning, teamwork, and group discussion