Specialized Masters Programs Courses

SPECIALIZED MASTER’s in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

·         Health Institutions Management

 

·         Marketing & Advertising

 

·         Banking & Finance

 

·         Tourism & Hotels Management

 

Oil & Gas Management

 

PROGRAMS OBJECTIVES

 

The programs aim at preparing high level professional managers and entrepreneurs in the various specialization fields.

 

 
PROGRAM RULES

 

Acceptance: the program is offered to university graduates with a minimum of 4 years of studies in fields such as engineering, law, economics, chartered accounting, medicine, computer studies, etc. No prior business studies background is required.

 

Duration: program duration is 2 years. Courses are offered either in morning or in late afternoon-evening sessions depending on availability and on student preference.
Language of studies: courses are conducted mostly in English (candidates with languages deficiencies are to take remedial courses).

 

 Graduation: to be eligible for the French state Master’s degree delivered by the French state University of Picardie Jules Verne – Amiens; degree: Master's in Business Administration), and for the Specialized Master from LFU-BMU in the relevant specialty, a student must complete all educational requirements during a minimum of 4 semesters. He must have passed all courses and achieved a minimum cumulative average of 10 over 20. Before graduation, 12 weeks of internship must have been completed. An Individual Research must be submitted, discussed and accepted.
Tuition: the yearly Global Tuition for the Master's 2010-2011 1st year is 5,550 US$. It covers the first year of the program, e-services fees, lab fees, and regular exams. Other services are subject to separate fees listed in the Student Booklet. Tuition is payable quarterly or monthly.
Detailed rules & regulations are found in the Student Booklet
Majors, programs and course descriptions are available on www.lfu-bmu.net


PROGRAM COURSES

 

Business Administration Core Courses: Business Economics; Business & Labor Law; Quantitative Techniques; Accounting; Costing & Budgeting; Financial Management, Marketing; Management & Strategy; Communication, Public Relations; Human Resources Management; Management Information Systems; Final Project & Thesis

 

Health Institutions Management Specialty Courses: Healthcare Management; Organizational Behavior in Healthcare; Operations Analysis and Quality Improvement; Law and Ethics in Healthcare; Health Policy; Healthcare Leadership; Comparative Health Systems & Socioeconomics
Banking & Finance Specialty Courses:
Advanced Accounting & Taxation; Audit, Methodology & Controls; Budgeting & Controls; Advanced Financial Policy & Management; Advanced Business Law; International Trade Law & Taxation; Banking & Financial Markets; International Trade Finance; Risks Management
Marketing & Advertising Specialty Courses: Consumer Behavior & Research; Advanced Sales Negotiation & Management; International Trade Management & Financing; Global Marketing & Communication; Brand Management; E-Marketing & Sales; Marketing & Distribution; Specific Marketing (services, industrial, banking,…)

 

 Tourism & Hotels Management Specialty Courses: Hotels & Tourism Socioeconomics & Integration; T & H Marketing; Applied Accounting & Finance; International Hotels; Resorts, Conventions & Catering; Planning & Design of T & H Projects

 

Oil & Gas Management: Energy Economics & Geopolitics; Energy Business Management; Operations Management in O&G; Risk Management; O & G Contracts & Law; Projects Management; Energy Markets & Trading

 


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION core courses

 


BUSINESS ECONOMICS: Economic purpose and methodology; supply and demand, revenues and savings, fiscal policies, money and banking, trade and payment balances, foreign exchange; microeconomic analysis

 

BUSINESS & LABOR LAW: Introduction, sources of law, rights and obligations, legal organization and disputes; trade, trade instruments and contracts; company by-laws, legal aspects of various types of companies’ legal forms, management and liquidation, mergers and acquisitions legal aspects; stressed and workout situations; LABOR LAW: rights and obligations of workers and employers, social security; conflicts management; TAXATION: tax environment, categories of taxes, collection systems, controls; case studies on business taxation

 

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES: Simple interest and discount calculation, compounded interest, bond calculations, investment analysis; statistical series with one and two variables, indexes, chronological series; operational research: decision-making, linear programming, project management
ACCOUNTING: Role, principles, basics and legal aspects of accounting; accounting operations during and at end of year, tax and accounting reports; accounting differences according to company form, management and liquidation, valuation, equity transactions, mergers and liquidations
COSTING & BUDGETING: Principles and objectives of costing, organization, margins, types of expenses and costs, cost analysis; planning and budgeting, forecasting and analyzing, various types of budgets

 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: Analysis techniques, short and long term financial operations, bank relations, capital market activities

 

MARKETING: Introduction to markets, consumer behavior, marketing information systems, marketing research techniques and databases, product management, distribution, communication and pricing; Advanced issues: services marketing; retail management; brand management; advanced sales management relationship marketing; international marketing; strategic marketing; Business & New products development: environment survey, creative and innovation oriented research; from research to development; the innovative organization

 

MANAGEMENT & STRATEGY: Management's and managers' environment, developments, corporate culture, decision making, planning, leading, motivating, managing, controlling, change culture, trends; Total quality management: an introduction to modern TQM; researching, designing, developing, implementing, and sustaining service quality; the developing role of quality; delighting internal customers; quality and role of human resources; operative selection techniques; Strategic management and international development: corporate identity; strategic segmentation of activities; competitive analysis; strategic position diagnosis; HR diagnosis; strategy formulation; internationalization strategies; MANAGEMENT of OPERATIONS and PROJECTS: Scheduling of projects; Planning of needs; Inventory control; Project management in the urgency; Methods of piloting of projects; Management of data-processing projects. Applications through projects

 

COMMUNICATION & PUBLIC RELATIONS: Business oral and written communication; non-verbal communication; internal communication; media communication; public relations
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: Psychology and group dynamics, decision-making, teamwork, creativity, leadership, trends; careers management; recruitment and evaluation; compensation schemes and strategies

 

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Computer systems and components, computer skills; information technologies, functional systems, systems development, services acquisition, subcontracting, EDP centers management, decision support tools, business and process reengineering, ethics

 

FINAL PROJECT & THESIS: Each participant selects a research subject related to his group of specialization. The subject must be based on business & management cases and issues. Research must demonstrate a high level of mastery of the various subjects covered in the program

HEALTH INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENT specialty courses

 


HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT: The course provides a framework for addressing management problems in healthcare organizations, providing an overview of how healthcare institutions are organized and governed, the role of management, physicians, nurses and other clinical and support staff in these organizations, and the management systems designed for their efficient and effective operation
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR IN HEALTHCARE: OBH provides an overview of the organizational structure and behavior of individuals in healthcare institutions, along with an examination of the role of managers, clinicians and other leaders. The course applies organizational, behavioral and social science practice and theory to healthcare organizations
OPERATIONS ANALYSIS & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT: History, development and principles of quality improvement in healthcare; how quality improvement processes are used in various healthcare settings; the tools and processes used in quality improvement; how to structure and implement a quality improvement program; and how to collect, analyze and interpret quality improvement data 

 

LAW AND ETHICS IN HEALTHCARE: Topics include: an introduction to ethics, the legal basis of healthcare management, and public health practices. Topics range from HIPPA, fair employment practices, to the allocation of scarce resources in communities and organizations. The course provides an opportunity to apply these concepts to particular students’ interests in public health and health care management

 

HEALTH POLICY: Detailed consideration and discussion focus on the relationship of national policy to the planning, implementation and funding of healthcare services. The course covers topics such as the healthcare policy environment, government-funded healthcare

 

LEADERSHIP IN HEALTHCARE: The course includes the study of leadership as well as the application of leadership theories, concepts, and skills. Students develop their own leadership potential through the completion of personal and leadership self-assessments, values exploration, and leadership skill applications through course activities

 

COMPARATIVE HEALTH SYSTEMS & SOCIOECONOMICS: This course provides an overview of a variety of national health systems. Systems compared include U.K. and France, Canada, and developing nations from Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Principles and criteria for effectiveness; policies and practices supporting the achievement of health objectives and providing a foundation for sustainable social development. SOCIOECONOMIC INEQUALITIES IN HEALTH: relationship between social and economic justice and public health. The forces that either establish and exacerbate or prevent socioeconomic inequities are analyzed to understand the intricate links between social, behavioral, physical, and biological determinants of health. Several theoretical orientations are reviewed in order to better understand how each frames research and public health strategies. Students learn to competently articulate the relationships between social and health inequalities


BANKING & FINANCE specialty courses

 


ADVANCED ACCOUNTING & TAXATION: Law and accounting principles; Organization and control of accounting; Assets evaluation rules; Corporate financial transactions; Determination of result and taxation; Long term financings; Mergers & acquisition operations (methods of evaluation and consolidation); Examination of IAS standards

 

Review of local and regional tax systems: tax laws, tax definitions and types, role of  legislators and Administration; Classification of taxes; Corporate  income tax: general principles, determination of corporate result, tax integration; Taxes on asset sales; Taxation on investments and dividends; VAT; Taxation on capital gains; Taxes on international transactions

 

AUDIT, METHODOLOGY & CONTROLS: Audit history and definitions; Various approaches; Objectives of internal audit; Objectives analysis; Audit standards; Methodology and definition of missions; Risks analysis; Types of missions; Mission organization; Reports; Audit techniques: economic and financial analysis, survey and control techniques, interviews, circulation diagrams, physical check; Human dimension of audit. ORGANIZATIONAL and STRATEGIC DIAGNOSIS: organizational theories applied to diagnosis; impact of organizational changes; Structure analysis; Tools for organizational analysis; Power in the organization – strategic analysis; Review of role of executives and leaders; Fields of the social audit; Analysis of the individual and interpersonal processes; Analysis of the processes related to groups and  teams; Analysis of interactions individual-group-organization. Approaches and types of strategic diagnosis; Strategic activities, missions, fields and segmentations; Diagnosis of competitiveness; Economic and technological aspects;
BUDGETING & CONTROLS: Pre-established costs, variations and analysis, analytical income statement; Objectives and organization of a budgeting system; Various budgets, interdependences; Principal fields of budgeting, correlation techniques, series, forecasts, optimization; Forecast reports; Advanced cost controls methods: Development of their use in decision-making situations
ADVANCED FINANCIAL POLICY & MANAGEMENT: ADVANCED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS: Financial and functional  approaches of balance sheets; Activity analysis; Ratios and risk analysis; Cash flows analysis; Cash management: forecasting and negotiating; Managing liquidity; value dates; Short-term treasury; Financial planning in the short run; Control and diagnosis; Introduction to FX and rates risk management; Investments analysis and selection: Financial structuring of investments; Current value and opportunity cost of Capital; Selection criteria based on actualization; Risk and profitability; Selection in uncertainty; Organization of investments and control of performance; Financial decisions vs. markets efficiency; Corporate financing methods; Stocks and bond issues; Distribution policy and capital structure: Dividend and strategy; Debt policy; Determination of loan volumes and types; Hedging risks; Leasing; Long-term financial planning; FINANCING CORPORATE GROWTH: Bank financings: receivable financings, short-term loans, off-balance sheet, exports financing, financing of investments. Financial markets financings: stock listings and equity issues: formalities, procedures, preferential rights, shareholding plans, privatizations; Bond issues: issuing techniques, credit markets operations. External growth and financings: Basics of business evaluation of companies basics (cash-flows, assets, net assets value, control value…).  Mergers and acquisitions: variety of situations and approaches, financial techniques and engineering

 

ADVANCED BUSINESS LAW: Legal environment of groups of companies. Legal issues in corporate mergers and acquisitions. Dealing with distressed companies: procedures, risks and opportunities
INTERNATIONAL TRADE RULES, LAWS & TAXATION: Forms of international trade; International trade laws and organizations; conflicts resolution; international contracts; Laws applicable to documentary operations and to international payments; Taxation in international trade operations: transfer prices; international treaties; international e-trade issues
BANKING & FINANCIAL MARKETS: Banks: overview of banking systems; Banking operations; External and internal controls of banks and bank operations; Asset & liability management; Capital and profitability of banks; Banks and individuals; Banks and businesses; Banking disintermediation

Organization and importance of stock exchanges; Transferable securities; Operation of selected exchanges; Mutual investments vehicles; Equity transactions; Life insurance
Bank marketing: Market analysis and segmentation; Offer design and promotion; Obstacles and constraints specific to banking; Introduction of a marketing approach and department in the bank; Strategy formulation

 

INTERNATIONAL TRADE FINANCE: Overview of Trade Finance: introduction to Foreign Trade: issues, problems, bankers role; Payments methods in foreign trade; Risk Mitigation; Structured Trade & Export Credit Agencies; Trends in Trade Finance

 

Documentary Credits: Types of Letters of Credit; Credits v/s Contracts; Documents v/s Goods; Issuing banks, Advising banks, Confirming banks: duties and undertakings; Advising of credits and amendments; Various D/C documents (invoices, transportation documents, insurance, etc.); Presenting and checking documents, handling discrepancies; Amendments to a documentary credit; Payments under a D/C; Special documentary credits; Special payment situations; Accounting for documentary credits 

 

Letters of Guarantee: Overview of Letters of Guarantee; Definition and types; Parties involved; Specificities of tender related L/G; Specificities of international L/G; Operations on Letters of Guarantee; Issuance, amendment, settlement; Cancellation of letters of guarantee; International rules; Accounting for letters of guarantee

 

RISKS MANAGEMENT: Evaluation and management of risks; Credit management and hedging techniques; Managing liquidity risks; Management of cash surpluses; Debt management; FX risk management: Techniques of external hedging and financing; Internal hedging techniques; Interest rates risk management

 


MARKETING & ADVERTISING specialty courses

 


CONSUMER BEHAVIOR & RESEARCH: Needs, attitudes, motivations, life styles; Behavior models, perception; Data research  and processing; Decision-making process and degree of implication paradigm; Learning processes; Reference groups; Opinion leaders; Situational criteria of services production; Consumerism; Information and decision; Data collection (standards of survey -sampling and instrumentation – qualitative panels - observation and recording - experimentation); Data analysis methods; Analysis, planning and control of a research project Design & Development of new products: environment analysis, technology watch and research at the help of creativity and innovation; from research to creation, from creation to innovation, from innovation to market; The innovative organization

 

ADVANCED SALES NEGOTIATION & MANAGEMENT: Methodological approach; Preparation; Negotiation conduct; Specificities of negotiation in international trade; Personalization of sales; Strategic sales and applications

 

Sales management; Marketing approach and planning; Sales plans; Motivation and effective Leadership; Motivation and behavior of sales representatives; Procedure of recruitment selection; Training the representatives; Compensation plans; Purchasing processes; Sales forecasting techniques and systems; Territories and quotas; Relational direct marketing: history and definitions; Strategy and direct marketing; RDM strategy formulation; Forms and tools of relational direct marketing;
INTERNATIONAL TRADE MANAGEMENT & FINANCING: Banks and international trade; Commercial contracts; Inter-bank exchanges; Payment methods; Foreign exchange market; Short-term financings; Off-balance sheet financings; EXIM, COFACE, Hermes, JEXIM financings; Medium-term financings; management of international trade Organization of international trade structures; customs and logistics; payments policy; legal framework of operations; import and export activities; special operations; International negotiations: methodological approach; preparation; conduct; specificities of international trade negotiations
International trade laws and organizations; conflicts resolution; international contracts; Laws applicable to documentary operations and to international payments; Taxation in international trade operations: transfer prices; international treaties; international e-trade issues
GLOBAL MARKETING & COMMUNICATION: Approach of the global environment, trend analysis, implications on marketing strategies and programs; Formulation and implementation of strategies; Total communication: prerequisites; convergence of internal and external communications; Actors

Institutional communication instruments: media, below-the-line, opinion leaders Communication global Plans; Communication-mix; Public and Press relations: Event-driven communication, Sponsoring; Approaches, implementation, follow-up, measurement of effectiveness
BRAND MANAGEMENT: Brand image; Managing products under the brand umbrella; Brands and consumer behavior; Adding value to brands; Visual identity, logo, graphic charter; Property rights of brands; Packaging and branding

 

E-MARKETING & SALES: Evolution and trends triggered in marketing and distribution by e-channels; Exploration of possible applications in line with activities nature, alternative approaches, integration and implementation of new technologies

 

MARKETING and DISTRIBUTION: Compared evolution of distribution channels; Groups of distributors; Legislation, development strategies, organization and operation of large stores distribution. Central merchandizing: figures, objectives, buying power, relations with producers, manufacturers and suppliers. Points of sale: objectives, measurement of performance; Merchandizing techniques and approaches

 

SPECIFIC MARKETING: Services marketing: structuring of the offer of services, development of a network, management of the image, policy of communication, problems of price, management of quality, new trends and theories Industrial marketing: purchase behavior of industrial customers, research and market segmentation, access to markets (direct sale, prescribers, distributors…), management of the customer portfolio; Marketing of innovation Specific markets: definition and promotion of an offer; Obstacles and constraints specific to the activity; Installation of a marketing organization within a group; Formulation of a strategy; Applications to banks and insurance companies


TOURISM & HOTELS MANAGEMENT specialty courses

 

 

TOURISM & HOTELS SOCIOECONOMICS & INTEGRATION: Tourism economics in Iraq and the region; Tourism strategic approaches; Development models; Integration of tourism models in national strategic development approaches; Methodology for strategy formulation using tourism packages and tour operators. Projects and field studies
TOURISM & HOTELS MARKETING: Marketing interactions in a hospitality organization; Marketing T&H behind organizational change; Leading-edge thinking in marketing management and hospitality services marketing; Designing market oriented products and services; Pricing Strategies; Returns optimization; Product/Service Mix; Distribution Mix; Communication Mix

 

T&H APPLIED ACCOUNTING & FINANCE: Applying uniform systems of accounts for hotels and restaurants; Costs management; Internal Controls; Developing on-target budgets and controlling cash-flows; Reaching financial goals through financial reporting and tools; Budgeting operations; Capital budgeting; Effective and financially driven business choices
INTERNATIONAL HOTELS: Challenges and opportunities in hotel projects in developing regions; Political stability and business environment effects on hospitality companies; International hotels management systems and contracts; Recruiting, orienting and training in international chains; Strategies for overcoming travel and trade barriers; Internationalizing through marketing and selling tactics
RESORTS, CONVENTIONS & CATERING: Resorts: in-house organizational structure, responsibilities, and staffing; Key management tools; Global strategy and decentralized tactics; Resorts marketing; Internal and external communication Conventions management: adapting properties strategies to increase market share in the convention, meeting, and trade show businesses; How to effectively service market needs; Developing marketing plans and organizations for the sector Catering management: successful catering marketing; Keeping costs in line; Smooth operations systems; Latest trends in kitchen and meal concepts; Special marketing techniques in various service concepts; Hiring and training service and food staff production; Food and Beverage operations standard controls for high quality & service PLANNING & DESIGN of T&H PROJECTS: Design criteria and functional requirements in hotels and restaurants; Current trends; Facts and figures in food service operations; Feasibility studies; Planning and implementing development strategies; Investments in Hotels, Restaurants, Casinos, Fast-food outlets and Leisure operations

 

 

OIL & GAS MANAGEMENT specialty courses

 

 

Energy Economics & Geopolitics: Economics, field development and projects life; economics and assets management; global issues and energy; energy supply; international policy frameworks, strategies and support mechanisms; specific national energy policies & cases; energy sector strategic responses to environmental problems; nuclear power and renewable energies; planning issues for energy infrastructure

 

Energy Business Management: Life cycle of energy fields; players and organizations involved in the oil industry; regulators; operators; various types of operations and arrangements; marketing, marketing segmentation, price policies, negotiation and selling agreements
Operations Management in O&G: Corporate strategy and operations strategy; project appraisal; project management; location of operations, planning, forecasting, scheduling; formulating an aggregate plan; capacity strategies; purchasing and supply chain management; inventory management; energy trade finance

 

QUALITY & Risk Management: Quality management; quality control and international standards; measurement of performance, improvement strategies; facilities management; maintenance; risk management in relation to health, safety and the environment; organizational implications of risk (structure, policies and procedures,…); application to various risk scenarios.
O & G Contracts & Law: Roles of various players and interactions (governments, national and international energy companies, suppliers, engineering, contracting and service companies); principles of public international law in O & G; main licensing and contractual arrangements; standard contracts; dispute resolution mechanisms and institutions

 

Projects Management: Applied principles, concepts and strategies of project management; project definition, objectives setting, recognizing and managing stakeholders, team building and management, resources allocation, reporting, corrective measures 

 

Energy Markets & Trading: Political, technical, and economic factors that move oil and gas markets; oil & gas channels; prices interrelations; actions of major market players (oil companies, banks, hedge funds) and impacts on capital, foreign exchange, and commodity markets; energy derivatives, investors, traders, speculators, trading techniques, hedging tools, regulations.

 

 

CREDITS LFU

 

CREDITS UPJV

 

Specialized Master's Courses UPJV - LFU

 

 

Common Courses

 

HHM

 

B&F

 

M&A

 

THM

 

OGM

 

                     

1st YEAR

 

                   

B.ESE.401

 

1

 

2.5

 

Economic & Social Environment 1

 

 

25

 

         

L.LEG.401

 

1

 

2.5

 

Legal Environment 1

 

 

25

 

         

B.ORG.401

 

1

 

2

 

Business Organization

 

 

25

 

         

B.HRM.401

 

1

 

2.5

 

Human Resources

 

 

25

 

         

A.GEN.401

 

1

 

1.5

 

General Accounting

 

 

20

 

         

A.CAB.401

 

1

 

1.5

 

Cost Accounting & Budgeting

 

 

20

 

         

M.MOR.401

 

1

 

2

 

Marketing - Operations & Research

 

 

25

 

         

P.PPM.401

 

1

 

3

 

Production Process Management

 

 

30

 

         

Q.BMT.401

 

1

 

1.5

 

Business Maths

 

 

15

 

         

Q.STA.401

 

1

 

1.5

 

Managerial Statistics

 

 

15

 

         

I.IST.401

 

1

 

2.5

 

Management Information Systems

 

 

25

 

         

C.FRE.401

 

1

 

 

French

 

 

20

 

         

C.BEN.401

 

1

 

1

 

Business English

 

 

20

 

         

B.COM.401

 

1

 

1

 

Communication

 

 

10

 

         

H.HCM.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Healthcare Management

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

       

H.OBH.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Organizational Behavior in Healthcare

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

       

A.AAT.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Advanced Accounting & Taxation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

     

F.BKF.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Banking & Financial Markets

 

     

25

 

     

M.CBR.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Consumer Behavior & Research

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

   

M.SNM.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Advanced Sales Negotiation & Management

 

       

25

 

   

T.HTE.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Hotels & Tourism Socioeconomics & Integration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

 

T.TTS.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Hotels & Tourism Techniques & Technologies

 

         

25

 

 

O.EEG.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Energy Economics & Geopolitics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

O.EBM.401

 

3

 

1.5

 

Energy Business Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

 

 

20

 

28

 

   

300

 

50

 

50

 

50

 

50

 

50

 

         

350

 

2nd YEAR

 

                   

B.ESE.502

 

1

 

2.5

 

Economic & Social Environment 2

 

 

25

 

         

L.LEG.502

 

1

 

2.5

 

Legal Environment 2

 

 

25

 

         

B.AHR.501

 

1

 

2.5

 

Advanced Management & HR

 

 

25

 

         

F.FIM.501

 

1

 

2

 

Financial Management

 

 

20

 

         

B.MSR.501

 

1

 

2

 

Strategic Management

 

 

20

 

         

M.SRM.501

 

1

 

2

 

Strategic Marketing

 

 

20

 

         

I.IST.502

 

1

 

2.5

 

Management Information Systems

 

 

25

 

         

C.FRE.501

 

1

 

 

French

 

 

20

 

         

C.BRW.501

 

1

 

1

 

Business Reports Writing

 

 

20

 

         

P.INT.501

 

6

 

15

 

Research & Projects

 

             

H.OPQ.501

 

3

 

 

 

Operations Analysis and Quality Improvement

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

       

L.LEH.501

 

3

 

 

Law and Ethics in Healthcare

 

   

30

 

       

H.HPO.501

 

3

 

 

Health Policy

 

   

30

 

       

H.HLD.501

 

3

 

 

Healthcare Leadership

 

   

30

 

       

H.HSS.501

 

3

 

 

Comparative Health Systems & Socioeconomics

 

   

30

 

       

A.AMC.501

 

3

 

 

 

Audit, Methodology & Controls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

     

F.FIM.502

 

3

 

 

Advanced Financial Policy & Management

 

     

30

 

     

L.BLT.502

 

3

 

 

Advanced Business Law & Taxation

 

     

30

 

     

F.ITF.501

 

3

 

 

International Trade Law & Finance

 

     

30

 

     

F.RIS.501

 

3

 

 

Risks Management

 

     

30

 

     

F.ITF.501

 

3

 

 

 

International Trade Management & Financing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

   

M.GMC.501

 

3

 

 

Global Marketing & Communication

 

       

30

 

   

M.BRM.501

 

3

 

 

Brand Management

 

       

30

 

   

M.EMS.501

 

3

 

 

E-Marketing & Sales

 

       

30

 

   

M.MKD.501

 

3

 

 

Marketing & Distribution

 

       

30

 

   

T.MKT.501

 

3

 

 

 

T & H Marketing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

 

F.AAF.501

 

3

 

 

Applied Accounting & Finance

 

         

30

 

 

T.IHT.501

 

3

 

 

International Hotels

 

         

30

 

 

T.RCC.501

 

3

 

 

Resorts, Conventions & Catering

 

         

30

 

 

T.PDP.501

 

3

 

 

Planning & Design of T & H Projects

 

         

30

 

 

O.EOM.501

 

3

 

 

 

Operations Management in O&G

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

O.ERM.501

 

3

 

 

Risk Management

 

           

30

 

O.ECL.501

 

3

 

 

Oil & Gas Contracts & Law

 

           

30

 

O.PRM.501

 

3

 

 

Projects Management

 

           

30

 

O.MTR.501

 

3

 

 

 

Energy Markets & Trading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

 

30

 

32

 

   

200

 

150

 

150

 

150

 

150

 

150

 

         

350

 

 

50

 

60

 

   

700

 




 

   
 
 
 
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