MUTAH University
Course NameAcademic YearDescription
Course NameAcademic YearDescription
Operations Management-2101315 & 2101316Third YearThis module&nbsp; provides students with the manner of managing the production and operations function in business firms, by providing them with the knowledge and methods used to choose location, layout strategy, capacity planning in manufacturing and service firms, quality management, inventory planning, and other modern systems of production.&nbsp; .( The prerequisites: Operations Research in Management 2101303) <br> <br>
Supply Chain Management-2101445Fourth YearThis course focuses on the analysis, design, management and operation of supply chains in manufacturing and professional service industries. Using a broad definition of supply chain management (SCM), supply chain problems are being tackled in profit and non-profit environments. The former includes retailers, wholesalers, logistics service providers, manufacturers and suppliers, while the latter includes the public sector and non-governmental organizations, for example in disaster relief logistics
Statistical Applications in Management- 2101131&2101132First YearObjectives <br>• On completing the course you will be able to-differentiate between sample and population, statistics and parameter, and descriptive and inferential statistics. <br>• Use statistical techniques in business decision making. <br>• Develop skills in structuring and analyzing business problems statistically. <br>• Test hypothesis using the appropriate statistical techniques. <br>• Utilize time series analysis to forecast future values.
Training and performance Management 2101761MasterThe purpose of this course is to provide students with information and insight into the training and development function in organizations. It also provides and intensive discussion and application of concepts and tools used for appraising and enhancing human performance in organizations. The training and development function will be viewed from a systems approach, such that we will examine the entire cycle of training and development, from the assessment of training needs to the evaluation of a training program, within the context of today’s organizations and the global market.
Human Resource Management-2101732 MasterThis course discusses the basic concepts on human capital management in organizations such as staffing, training, job analysis and evaluation, compensation, employee development, union relations, and government requirements. This will ensure students are equipped with knowledge on managing human resources more effectively and efficiently.
Project Management-2101743MasterTo stay competitive companies have sought to shorten the construction times of new infrastructure by managing construction development efforts effectively by using different project management tools. In this course, several important aspects of construction project management are taught: Basics of Project Management, Project Identification and Selection, Project Planning, Organizational Structure and Organizational Issues, PERT and CPM, Resources Considerations in Projects, Project Risk Management, Project Quality Management and Value Engineering, Purchasing and Contracting for Projects, Project Performance Measurement and Evaluation, Project Execution and Control.
Business statistics and research methodology -2101745MasterThis is an innovative course designed as a step-by-step guide on how to utilize computer capabilities in business research. Topics include detailed study and use of excel models, SPSS package, stage of the research process, building research framework, testing research hypotheses, regression analysis, correlation analysis and ANOVA. A thesis-like research project is part of the requirements of this course.
Total Quality Management-2101411Fourth YearThis course is designed to introduce students to the concept of quality and total quality and its philosophy based on continuous improvement of the performance in the manufacturing&nbsp; and service organizations to improve product and service quality&nbsp; to meet the customer expectations. It also addresses the relationship between quality and competition and focus on internal and external customer. Also, the course&nbsp; describes the relationship between the total quality,the effective management and employees participation. As well as take advantage of statistical methods in data processing to be used as a tool for future process improvement in pursuit of excellence.
Change Management-2101221Second YearThis course aims to introduce students to the nature of change, its elements, principles, importance and types. In addition, this course discusses the following topics: the main theories and models that enable business organizations to deal with change, the set of internal and external forces that push toward organizational change, contemporary challenges facing executives and managers in business organizations and the identification of the necessary skills that managers should obtain to deal successfully with these challenges. In this course, students should be able to discuss, either individually or in groups, real case studies to gain the knowledge of dealing with change and changing business environment.
Computer Applications in Business-2101304 & 2101305Third YearThis module designed to provide students with solid understanding of the use and impact of computer and IT in business today, and acquiring them with competences in utilizing ready-made computer software such as Word processing in designing electronic business documents, Excel in preparing spreadsheets, QSP, SPSS, and the Internet that widely used in today’s business (The prerequisites: computer Skills 20304111 &amp; Operations Research in Management 2101125 <br> <br>
Strategic Management-2101749MasterThe Strategic Management course is designed to expose students to the many facets of strategy, which translated to why certain companies outperform their competition and gain sustainable competitive advantage. Major focus of the course is placed on Strategy Formulation – methods for analyzing industries and competitors within these industries and – Strategy Implementation – methods for executing the formulated strategy. Students are also exposed to the human side of corporate strategy, i.e. the role the general manager plays in strategy formulation and implementation and also discharging the social responsibilities of the corporation.
Hospital Administration-1506718Master
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