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Center of entrepreneurship provides entrepreneurs and executives with Courses in Business Administration and Skills, which make them qualified to manage and lead their business and work teams to success.

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Financial Management
12500 L.E

Financial management can be defined as the activities involving planning, raising, controlling, and administering money that is used in the business. Financial management involves procuring funds for buying fixed assets, raw materials, and working capital.


diagnostic skills associated with the preparation and explanation of financial reporting; assessment skills associated with the use of financial information in decision-making; In order to achieve these aims it is necessary for you to have a strong understanding of the accounting systems that produce accounting and financial data. Therefore, you will also be required to develop: technical and computational skills associated with the production of accounting information


1- explain the objectives, concepts, and relationships that underpin both internal and external financial reports
2-research the financial performance and position of reporting entities
3-apply analytical tools, techniques, and frameworks to evaluate and critically examine the contents of both internal and external financial reports
4-communicate financial information to interested stakeholders in an ethical and professional manner

Human Capital Management
12500 L.E

This subject helps participants understand the concept and knowledge of managing human resources and its application in organizations. Areas of focus include an overview of the human resource environment and challenges faced by the organization, managing workflows and job analysis, the legal aspect of HR in Malaysia, human resource planning and recruitment, selection and testing process, training and development, managing organizational renewal, appraising and improving performance, managing compensation and incentives, occupational safety and health at the workplace and employee relations.


1-Define, elaborate, and discuss relevant concepts related to the theoretical and practical Human
Resource Management issues facing business organizations.

2-Apply appropriate techniques to solve specific real-life HR issues.

3-Demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter through group discussions
and written assignments, make a clear conclusion, and deliver appropriate decisions for a decision situation.

  1. Overview of the HR Environment and the Challenges Faced by Organization
  2. Understanding the Role of HR and Its Importance
  3. HR Strategies to Improve Firm’s Performance
  4. Managing Work Flows and Job Analysis
  5. Structuring and Designing Organization
  6. Designing Jobs and Conducting Job Analysis
  7. KRIS
  8. Legal Aspects of Human Resource
  9. Understanding the Legal Environment
  10. EEOQ and Fair Employment Practices
  11. Human Resource Planning Recruitment and Selection
  12. Techniques of HR Planning
  13. Forecasting Demand and Supply
  14. Recruiting Job Candidates
  15. Training and Development of Employees
  16. Why Training & Education is important?
  17. Training Process & Techniques
  18. Evaluating Training Investment
  19. Training and Development of Employees
  20. Why Training & Education is important?
  21. Training Process & Techniques
  22. Evaluating Training Investment
  23. Appraising and Improving Performance
  24. Process and Methods of Appraising
  25. Problems in Appraising
  26. Managing Compensation and Incentives
  27. Basic Factors in Determining Pay Rates
  28. Types of Compensation & Benefits
  29. Managing Safety and Health at the Workplace
  30. Establishing OSHA Programs
  31. Creating a Healthy Work Environment
  32. Employee Rights and Discipline
  33. Developing Employee Communications
  34. Administering and Managing Discipline

Leading Organization
12500 L.E

This module offers an opportunity for senior-level managers to acquire export insights,
explore leadership and people management concepts and examine actionable strategies for building the kind of leadership and people management to enable employees to deliver their optimum performance,
this module also aims to provide students with ideas,
frameworks and tools required increasing an environment and culture in which individuals feel compelled to innovate and contribute to a transforming work environment.

  1. Incorporate the characteristics of good leadership into corporate projects and routine work.
  2. Explain why different types of leadership styles impact a company’s culture.
  3. Map out the qualities, characteristics, and behaviors of an effective leader and choose one that will work with a particular organization’s leadership style.
  4. Demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter through group discussions and written assignments.
  1. -Definition and Significance of Leadership
    1. Definition of Leadership
    2. Key Elements of Leadership
    3. Why Do We Need Leaders?
    4. Obstacles to Effective Leadership
    5. Leadership and Management

    -The Global and Cultural Contexts

    1. Learning Objectives
    2. Defining Elements of Culture
    3. Hall’s Cultural Context
    4. Individualism—Collectivism
    5. GLOBE Country Clusters
    6. GLOBE Cultural Leadership Profiles
    7. Suggested Causes for Gender Inequality in Organizations

    -The Foundations of Modern Leadership

    1. Eras of Modern Leadership
    2. The Trait Era—Assumptions and Findings
    3. The Behavior Era—Assumptions and Findings
    4. Fiedler’s Contingency Model
    5. Task and Relationship—Motivated Leaders
    6. Fiedler’s Contingency Mode
    7. Practical Implications of Fiedler’s Contingency Model
    8. Contingency Factors in the Normative Decision Model
    9. Path-Goal Theory

    -Individual Differences and Traits

    1. Individual Differences Framework
    2. Demographic Characteristics
    3. Abilities and Skills
    4. Skills and Career Progression
    5. How Traits Play a Role in Leadership
    6. Proactive Personality
    7. The Dark Triad


    1. DefinitionsImpact of Power on Power Holder
    2. Culture and Power
    3. Potential Reactions to Individual Sources of Power
    4. Career Stages and Power

    -Current Era in Leadership: Inspiration and Connection to Followers

    1. Benefits of the New Era Approaches
    2. Requirements of Charismatic Leadership
    3. Elements of the Charismatic Situations: External Factors

    -Leading Teams

    1. Continuum of Participation
    2. Benefits of Participation
    3. Benefits of Delegation
    4. Elements of Self-Leadership
    5. Structural Factors in Building Effective Teams
    6. Role of Team Leaders

    -Developing Leaders

    1. Definitions
    2. Types of Development
    3. Factors in Learning

Managerial Accounting
12500 L.E

This course enables students to understand the main functions and roles of management accounting in an organization. In addition to that, students can distinguish costs in accounting and are able to prepare financial and operating budgets. The relevance of knowledge management cost accounting is that it assists candidates to making accurate decision-making in the organization


1-Define, describe and discuss topics covered and identify their relevance in practice and how they relate to and impact organisations in doing business activities.
2-Apply appropriate techniques to solve specific real life business legal issues.
3-Demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter though group discussions and written assignments, make clear conclusion and deliver appropriate decisions for a decision situation.

  1. Introduction To Management Cost And Accounting
  2. Development of Cost and Management Accounting
  3. Difference Between Management and Financial Accounting
  4. Management Accounting Role in Performance Evaluation and Rewards
  5. Cost Concepts And Cost Classification
  6. Manufacturing Costs
  7. Material Costs, Labour Costs, and Overhead
  8. Opportunity Costs and Sunk Costs
  9. Costing Systems
  10. Cost Accounting Systems
  11. Job Order Costing
  12. Process Costing
  13. Activity-based Costing
  14. Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
  15. Cost-Volume Relationship
  16. Cost Behavior and Operating Income
  17. Contribution Margin, Margin of Safety
  18. Special Decisions
  19. Concept of Relevant Cost Information
  20. Opportunity Costs, Sunk Cost
  21. Incremental Analysis in Common Business Analysis
  22. Special Order Decision, Production
  23. Constraint Decisions
  24. Operational Budgeting
  25. Budgeting; Basis for Planning and Control
  26. Establishing Budgeted Amounts
  27. Budget Period
  28. Master Budget
  29. Standard Costing and Budgetary control
  30. Concepts – standard costs and standard setting
  31. Variance Analysis
  32. Capital Budgeting
  33. Significance of Decision Rule
  34. NPV and IRR Methods
  35. Capital Rationing and Risk
  36. Frontiers of Management Accounting
  37. TQM and Cost of Quality
  38. Benchmarking
  39. Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Project Management
12500 L.E

Project Quality Management includes the processes for incorporating the organization’s quality policy regarding planning, managing, and controlling the project and product quality requirements in order to meet stakeholders’ objectives.
Project Quality Management also supports continuous process improvement activities as undertaken on behalf of the performing organization.


The main objective in project quality management is making sure that the project meets the needs it was originally created to meet—nothing more, nothing less. In other words, to ensure quality, you must meet the needs of the stakeholder.


1-Quality’s Foundations
A. Defining Quality
B. Project Quality and Project Scope
C. Quality Management’s Evolution
D. Characteristics, Concepts, and Founders of the Modern Quality Movement
2-Quality Planning for Customer Satisfaction
A. Customer Expectations, Standards, and Requirements
B. Writing Quality-Supportive Requirements
C. Building a Standards-Requirements Matrix
3-Quality Assurance Tools
A. Quality Assurance versus Quality Control
B. Designing a Quality Audit
4-Quality Control Concepts and Tools
A. Quality Statistics 101
B. The Seven Basic Tools of Quality
C. Selecting the Right Quality Control Tool for the Right Project
D. Defining Metrics
5-Putting it All Together: Building a Quality Management Plan
A. Tracing Scope, Quality, and Customer Expectations Together

Managing Operation
12500 L.E

The course introduces the basic concepts of operation management to the students.
More specifically, the students are to understand the important role played by the production/operation function in a business and its relation to the other functional areas.
The students will also learn on how to analyze operations decision situations using the relevant techniques.


1-Define, elaborate and discuss relevant concepts related to the theoretical and practical Operation Management issues facing business organizations.
2-Apply appropriate techniques to solve specific real life OM issues.
3-Demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter though group discussions and written assignments, make clear conclusion and deliver appropriate decisions for a decision

  1. Time Series methods
  2. Forecast accuracy
  3. Regression methods
  4. Design of Goods and Services
  5. Goods and services selection
  6. Product development
  7. Issues with product design
  8. Time-Based competition
  9. Defining product
  10. Application of decision trees to product design
  11. Aggregate Planning
  12. Capacity planning
  13. Aggregate planning
  14. Adjusting capacity to meet demand
  15. Demand management
  16. Inventory Management
  17. Elements of inventory management
  18. Inventory control system
  19. Economic order quantity models
  20. Just In Time (JIT)
  21. Basic elements of JIT
  22. Benefits of JIT
  23. JIT implementation
  24. Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
  25. Introduction to MRP
  26. MRP structure and management
  27. Lot size techniques
  28. Quality Management
  29. The meaning of quality
  30. Total Quality Management (TQM)
  31. Strategic implications of TQM
  32. The cost of quality
  33. Process Strategy
  34. Four process strategies
  35. Process analysis and design
  36. Service process design
  37. Production technology
  38. Technology in services
  39. Location Strategy
  40. The strategic importance of location
  41. Factors affecting location decisions
  42. Methods of evaluating location alternatives
  43. Service location strategy

Marketing Management
12500 L.E
  1. This course is designed to take graduates from any discipline into careers in marketing management.
  2. We don’t just teach the theory of marketing. There’s a lot of emphasis on applying what you learn in a business setting.
  3. You can also apply to do a company-based dissertation, working with an external organization. Recent dissertation projects include a branding review for a large law firm and working with a local, environment-led SME to study consumer behavior.

This course addresses how to design and implement the best combination of marketing
efforts to carry out a firm’s strategy in its target markets. Specifically, this course seeks to
develop the student’s
(1) understanding of how the firm can benefit by creating and
delivering value to its customers, and stakeholders, and
(2) skills in applying the analytical
concepts and tools of marketing to such decisions as segmentation and targeting, branding,
pricing, distribution, and promotion. The course uses lectures and case discussions, case
write-ups, student presentations, and a comprehensive final examination to achieve these

Course Objectives:
1. To familiarize you with the basic concepts and techniques of marketing management.
2. To understand the behavior of consumers
3. To create awareness of marketing mix elements.
4. To analyze and solve marketing problems in the complex and fast-changing business


1-Marketing Concepts and Creating Value
2 – Strategic Marketing
3 – The Marketing Environment
4 – Marketing Research
5 – Consumer Behaviour
6 – Brand Branding, Brand Equity, and Brand Positioning
8 – Dealing with Competition
9 – Product and Services Strategy
10 – Pricing Strategy
11 – Distribution Strategy

Supply Chain
12500 L.E

Understand the concepts of Supply Chain Management, get an update on SCM principles in general and on the SCM supply chains in specific, transfer knowledge gained to the own work situation, and exchange experience with peers The increasing strategic role of supply chains and its global challenge to compete not just with innovative products but with efficient and effective supply chain management requires skilled and highly competent players across the whole value chain.

  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management.
  • Provide a review of SCM supply chain management from planning and control
  • Demand Management, forecasting techniques.
  • Sales & Operations Planning S&OP – Master Scheduling MPS
  • Materials Requirement Planning MRP
  • Capacity Planning and Control
  • Inventory Management and IC Inventory Control.
  • ABC Classification & Cycle Count inventory auditing technique
  • Procurement & Purchasing ManagementLean & Quality system – Theory of Constraints
  1. Introduction
  2. Operations and Supply Chain Management
  3. Elements of OSCM
  4. Why it is important to study OSCM
  5. Efficiency: Impact of reducing the Inventory cost
  6. Measures for Efficiency
  7. A comparison of Automobile Companies’ efficiency

Managing Business Strategy
12500 L.E
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