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Graduation requirementsGraduation

The graduation requirements for each degree are as follows:
The specific number of units to be completed for the BBA Program the total of 120 credits required for graduation comprises the following courses: general, core, major, and electives. The program consists of 40 courses. The number of credits for each type of course and their composition are shown below:

 

Specification

Courses

Credits

 Required Courses in General Education

15

45

 Required Courses in Business

25

75

Note: DIU reserves the right to change the semester in which a course is offered in order to accommodate student and scheduling needs.

REQUIRED COURSES in General Education (45 Credits)


All students are required to take the following 15 courses or 45 credits in General Education.
No prerequisites are required.

 

Course

Prerequisite(s)

Credits

1

GE 105  Intro. to Business and Management

none

3

2

GE 106  Business Mathematics

none

3

3

GE 108  Introduction to Computer Science

none

3

4

GE 109  Introduction to Statistical Analysis

none

3

5

GE 110  Logic and Critical Thinking

none

3

6

GE 111  Communication

none

3

7

GE 112  History of Western Civilization

none

3

8

GE 113  Introduction to Ethics and Philosophy

none

3

9

GE 114  Business English I

none

3

10

GE 115  Business English II

none

3

11

GE 118  Revolutions in Science and Technology

none

3

12

GE 119  Energy and Environment

none

3

13

GE 122  Fundamentals of Social Sciences

none

3

14

GE 123  Psychology and Human Communications

none

3

15

GE 125  Introduction to International Relations

none

3

 

REQUIRED BUSINESS COURSES (25 courses, 75 Credits)

Students must take each of the following 25 Business courses, for a total of 75 credits

 

Course

 

Credits

1

AC1201  Accounting I

none

3

2

AC1202  Accounting II

AC1201  Accounting I

3

3

AC2201  Management Accounting

AC1202  Accounting II

3

4

EC2202  Microeconomics

none

3

5

EC2203  Macroeconomics

EC2202  Microeconomics

3

6

FN1201  Principles of Finance

none

3

7

FN2202  Principles of Corporate Finance

FN1201  Principles of Finance,
EC2202  Microeconomics

3

8

IS2203  Management Information Systems

none

3

9

MG1201  Introduction to Business

none

3

10

MG2201  Introduction to Management

MG1201  Introduction to Business

3

11

MG3202 Principles of Business Ethics

none

3

12

MG3204   Human Resource Management

MG2201  Introduction to Management

3

13

MG3205 Decision Making

MG1201  Introduction to Business

3

14

MG3206   Leadership and Motivation

MG2201  Introduction to Management

3

15

MG3209 International Management

MG2201  Introduction to Management

3

16

MG3211 Small Business Management

MG1201  Introduction to Business

3

17

MG3212 Organizational Behavior

MG2201  Introduction to Management

3

18

MG3213   Managing Change

MG2201  Introduction to Management
MG3212 Organizational Behavior

3

19

MG4203  Strategy and Business Policy

FN1201   Principles of Finance, 
MG2201 Introduction to Management,
MK2201  Advanced Marketing,
AC2201   Management Accounting

3

20

MK1201  Principles of Marketing

none

3

21

MK2201  Marketing II

MK1201  Principles of Marketing

3

22

MK3203   Marketing Research

MK2201  Marketing II

3

23

MK3208    International Marketing

MK2201  Marketing II

3

24

OP1201  Business Quantitative Methods

GE 106  Business Mathematics

3

25

OP2202  Introduction to Operations Management

GE 109 Introduction to Statistical Analysis

3

 

For the BBA Program 120 credits are required. Passing grades are A, B, C, and D unless otherwise specified in the course descriptions for the bachelor’s program.

BBA Table of Grades

Percentage

Grade

GPA

P/NP*

≥93

A+

4.0

P

≥90

A-

4.0

P

≥86

A-

3.7

P

≥83

B+

3.4

P

≥80

B

3.1

P

≥76

B-

2.8

P

≥73

C+

2.5

P

≥70

C

2.3

P

≥65

C-

1.5

P

≥60

D

1.0

P

<60

F

0.0

NP

* P = Pass / NP = No pass

BBA students must meet a minimum GPA requirement of 2.7 if they are to graduate from the program.


MBA Graduation Requirements

 

Courses.

Specification

Courses

Credits

Core

as per list

10

45

Elective

as per list

5

Compulsory Elective

Management Consulting*

1

6

Compulsory Elective

*Students who intend to pursue a further academic career may elect to take the RP5202 Research Project option in place of the MG5234 Management Consulting course.

1

 

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CORE (choose 10) and COMPULSORY ELECTIVE (choose 1) COURSES for the MBA Program

Students are required to take the following courses:

No.

CRN

Course Description

Core (C)
Compulsory Elective (CE)

Credits

1

AC5201

 Principles of Accounting

C

3

2

FN5201

 Principles of Finance

C

3

3

MG5201

 Organizational Behavior

C

3

4

MK5201

 Marketing Management

C

3

5

IS5201

 Management Information Systems

C

3

6

MG5202

 Strategic Management

C

3

7

OP5203

 Project Management

C

3

8

FN5203

 International Economics

C

3

9

OP5201

 Quantitative Models for Decision Making

C

3

10

RP5201

 Research Methodology

C

3

11

MG5234

 Management Consulting

CE

6

11

or Rp5202

 Research Project

CE

9

Total

 

 

36 or 39

 

6.2.6  ELECTIVE COURSES for the MBA Program (choose 5)

CRN

Course Description

Elective (E)

Credits

MG5221

Entrepreneurship

E

3

OP5202

Quantitative Models & Operations Mgmt.

E

3

OP5204

Production Management

E

3

MK5208

eCommerce

E

3

MG5214

Intercultural Management

E

3

MG5235

Climate Change & Management

E

3

AC5202

Managerial Accounting

E

3

MG5229

Management and Organization

E

3

FN5205

Principles of Corporate Finance

E

3

MG5206

Organizational Leadership

E

3

MG5207

Human Resource Management

E

3

MG5230

Innovation Management

E

3

MG5236

Corporate Governance

E

3

 

Total Elective credits required (5 courses)

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

Total Courses to graduate

 

16

 

Total Credits to graduate

 

51 or 54

Students must have earned 51 credits in order to graduate from the MBA program. They must complete a minimum of the 16 core, core compulsory and elective courses:

MPA Graduation Requirements

 

Specification

Courses

Credits

Core Courses

15

45

Management Consulting*

1

6

*Students who intend to pursue a further academic career may elect to take the RP5202 Research Project option in place of the MG5234 Management Consulting course.

1

 

9

 



 

CORE and COMPULSORY ELECTIVE COURSES for the MPA Program

Students are required to take the following courses

 

No.

CRN

Course Description

Core (C)
Compulsory Elective (CE)

Credits

1

AC5201

 Principles of Accounting

C

3

2

FN5201

 Finance

C

3

3

MG5201

 Organizational Behavior

C

3

4

MK5201

 Marketing Management

C

3

5

IS5201

 Management Information Systems

C

3

6

MG5202

 Strategic Management

C

3

7

OP5203

 Project Management

C

3

8

FN5203

 International Economics

C

3

9

OP5202

 Quantitative Models for Decision Making

C

3

10

RP5201

 Research Methodology

C

3

11

PA5204

 Public Budgeting

C

3

12

PA5821

 Public Management

C

3

13

PA5822

 Policy Development and Analysis

C

3

14

PA5827

 Modern Economics and Policy Analysis

C

3

15

MG5206

 Organizational Leadership

C

3

16

MG5234

 Management Consulting

CE

6

16

or RP5202

 Research Project

CE

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Courses to graduate

 

16

 

Total Credits to graduate

 

51 or 54

MBA/MPA Table of Grades

Percentage

Grade

GPA

P/NP*

≥93

A

4.0

P

≥90

A-

3.7

P

≥86

B+

3.3

P

≥83

B

3.0

P

≥80

B-

2.6

P

≥76

C+

2.3

P

≥70

C

2.0

P

≥50

D

1.0

NP

<50

F

0.0

NP


* P = Pass / NP = No pass

MBA and MPA Students must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 2.7 if they are to graduate from their program. 


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