Business

The Business Faculty is committed to developing and delivering quality, student centered Business education that provides students with the knowledge and skills to meet the evolving needs of stakeholders in the UAE. The Faculty serves the needs of the region by offering sustainable programs that provide both local and global perspectives, promote social responsibility and enhance critical thinking and professional practices.

The Faculty provides superior graduates capable of assuming challenging and key positions, integrating the business expertise and skills needed in a rapidly evolving society. These programs enable graduates to meet professional requirements found in a bilingual multicultural business environment and develop employability and lifelong learning skills leading to a variety of management careers in local and international organizations within the UAE. Business graduates find their skills are highly sought after by many UAE organizations.

Graduates can expect to work in a wide range of industries and organizations with the public and private sector including banks, accountancy firms, property companies, the aviation industry, oil and gas companies, the government, information technology firms, etc. or opt to become entrepreneurs.

Executive Dean: Dr. Ayesha Abdullah

Degrees Offered:

Degree Offered at
Bachelor of Accounting Al Ain Women’s, Abu Dhabi Men’s, Abu Dhabi Women’s, Dubai Men’s, Dubai Women’s, Fujairah Women’s, Madinat Zayed Women’s, Ras Al Khaima Men’s, Ras Al Khaima Women’s, Sharjah Men’s, Sharjah Women’s
Bachelor of Finance Al Ain Men’s, Abu Dhabi Men’s, Abu Dhabi Women’s, Dubai Men’s, Dubai Women’s
Bachelor of Quality Management Dubai Men’s, Dubai Women’s, Fujairah Women’s , Madinat Zayed Women’s, Ras Al Khaima Men’s, Ras Al Khaima Women’s , Ruwais Men’s , Ruwais Women’s, Sharjah Women’s
Bachelor of Human Resources Management Al Ain Women’s, Dubai Men’s, Dubai Women’s, Madinat Zayed Women’s, Ras Al Khaima Men’s, Ras Al Khaima Women’s, Ruwais Women’s, Sharjah Men’s , Sharjah Women’s
Bachelor of Business Analytics Dubai Men’s, Sharjah Women’s
Bachelor of Marketing Abu Dhabi Women’s, Fujairah Women’s, Ras Al Khaima Women’s, Sharjah Men’s
Bachelor of Tourism Management Abu Dhabi Women’s, Fujairah Women’s
Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Al Ain Women’s, Sharjah Women’s
Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Abu Dhabi Men’s, Abu Dhabi Women’s
  • The Faculty of Business Programs are accredited by the UAE Commission for Academic Accreditation (CAA)
  • The Faculty of Business programs are accredited internationally by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
  • HCT FB received its 10-year accreditation certificate at the annual conference of the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) in New Orleans on 22 June 2008. The reaccreditation visit took place in 2018 and HCT FB was reaccredited for another 10 years.
  • HCT FB aspires to have all the Business Programs accredited by AACSB.

Program Certifications

Career Pathways PCQ Awarding Body
Internal Auditor Professional The Institute of Internal Auditors
Supply Chain Professional Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply
Finance Professional CFA Institute
Marketing Professional The Chartered Institute of Marketing
Professional Accountant Association of Chartered Certified Accountants(ACCA)
Financial Analyst Chartered Institiute for Securities and Investment
Insurance Professional Chartered Insurance Institute
Human Resources Professional CIPD
Project Manager/Quality Manager Project Management Institute

The Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) is a federal institution that provides free education for UAE national students and sons/daughters of UAE national mothers for one credential (qualification) only.

For Expats, a limited number of seats is available, subject to fulfilling the following criteria:

  • Minimum High School average (GSC) = 85%
  • Minimum EmSAT English score of 1,250 or equivalent
  • The student must pay his/her tuition fees as per the table below
Academic Division Tuition fees for full-time student per semester
(12-18 credit hours)
Tuition fees per credit hour (For hours less than 12 or more than 18)
Business Administration AED 30,000 AED 2,100 per credit

 

HCT offers the following tuition fee discounts for expatriate students:

  • 20% discount for students with a GSC overall average of 95% and above
  • 20% discount for students with a cumulative GPA of between 3.00 and 3.74
  • 40% discount for students with a cumulative GPA of 3.75 and above
  • 20% discount for sons/daughters of HCT employees
  • 20% discount for UAE national students who are interested in pursuing an additional credential

Graduates of Bachelor of Accounting Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of accounting areas and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in accounting contexts.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in accounting.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local accounting contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Accounting principles to various real world situations

 


Graduates of Higher Diploma of AccountingConcentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of Accounting principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in accounting contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in accounting.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Accounting contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.



Graduates of Bachelor of Business Analytics Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and capabilities in the field of Business Analytics, by mastering design, development, and then implementing a solution through analytical methods and processes.
  • Demonstrate ability to use appropriate data resources, Mathematical methods and IT tools to solve complex authentic problems in Business Analytics contexts, interpret the resulting solutions to allow formulation of plans to improve business decision-making and performance.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Business Analytics.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Business Analytics contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Business Analytics principles to various real world situations.

 



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Business Analytics Concentration will be able to:

  •  Demonstrate knowledge of Business Analytics by mastering the fundamental principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate IT, mathematical tools to solve problems in Business Analytics contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in Business Analytics.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Business Analytics contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.

 



Graduates of Bachelor of Finance Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Finance areas and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in Finance contexts.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Finance.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Finance contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Finance principles to various real world situations.

  



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Finance Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of Finance principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in Finance contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in Finance.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Finance contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.

  



Graduates of Bachelor of Human Resource Management Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Human Resource Management areas and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in Human Resource Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Human Resource Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Human Resource Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Human Resource Management principles to various real world situations.

  



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Human Resource Management Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of Human Resource Management principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in Human Resource Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in Human Resource Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Human Resource Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.

  



Graduates of Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management Concentration will be able to:

  •  Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management areas and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management principles to various real world situations.



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management Concentration will be able to:

  •  Demonstrate knowledge of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.



Graduates of Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Logistics and Supply Chain Management areas and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in Logistics and Supply Chain Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Logistics and Supply Chain Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Logistics and Supply Chain Management principles to various real world situations.



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementConcentration will be able to

  • Demonstrate knowledge of Logistics and Supply Chain Management principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in Logistics and Supply Chain Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Logistics and Supply Chain Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.



Graduates of Bachelor of Marketing Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Marketing areas and tools to develop comprehensive and coordinated marketing strategies.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in Marketing contexts such as marketing tools concerning four P’s and IMC to effectively promote products and/or services.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Marketing such as effective environment scanning and consumer needs and preferences.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Marketing contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply marketing plans and strategies and evaluate quantitative and qualitative effectiveness of overall marketing operations.

 



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Marketing Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of Marketing areas and tools to develop comprehensive and coordinated marketing strategies.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in Marketing contexts such as marketing tools concerning four P’s and IMC to effectively promote products and/or services.
  • Conduct research and evaluate arguments, concepts and data, to examine issues in Marketing such as effective environment scanning and consumer needs and preferences.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Marketing contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.



Graduates of Bachelor of Quality Management Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Quality Management areas and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in Quality Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Quality Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Quality Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Quality Management principles to various real world situations.



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Quality Management Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of Quality Management principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in Quality Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in Quality Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Quality Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.



Graduates of Bachelor of Tourism Management Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of Tourism Management areas and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve complex authentic problems in Tourism Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and critically evaluate arguments, abstract concepts and data, to examine issues in Tourism Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Tourism Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts.
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply Tourism Management principles to various real world situations.



Graduates of Higher Diploma of Tourism Management Concentration will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of Tourism Management principles, concepts and tools.
  • Use appropriate tools to solve problems in Tourism Management contexts.
  • Conduct research and examine arguments, concepts and data, to assess issues in Tourism Management.
  • Demonstrate self-development and the ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Make ethical decisions in global and local Tourism Management contexts, including issues related to sustainability and societal responsibility.
  • Effectively communicate in Arabic and English in both oral and written forms in business contexts. 


Bachelor of Accounting Students must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Accounting Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Accounting Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 105 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Accounting Courses: 21 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of Business AnalyticsStudents must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Business Analytics Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Business Analytics Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Business Analytics Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of Finance Students must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Finance Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Finance Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Finance Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of Human Resource ManagementStudents must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Human Resource Management Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Human Resource ManagementElective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Human Resources Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management Students must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management Students must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of MarketingStudents must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Marketing Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Marketing Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Marketing Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of Quality Management Students must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Quality Management Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Quality Management Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Quality Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits



Bachelor of Tourism Management Students must successfully complete a minimum of 132 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Tourism Management Core Courses: 30 credits
  • Tourism Management Elective Courses: 15 credits
  • General Studies: 33 credits



Students must successfully complete a minimum of 102 credits, including:

  • Business Core Courses: 54 credits
  • Tourism Courses: 18 credits
  • General Studies: 30 credits


YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
ACC 2003 Cost Accounting 3
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 2103 Intermediate Financial Accounting I 3
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
ACC 3003 Intermediate Financial Accounting II 3
ACC 3013 Taxation 3
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 3113 Auditing 3
FIN 3003 Corporate Finance 3
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Accounting Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
ACC 4003 Accounting Information Systems 3
ACC 4013 International Financial Reporting Standards 3
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 4113 Investment Analysis 3
ACC 4203 Accounting Research Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1+A69:C101
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
CIS 2103 Principles of Information Assurance, Security and Privacy 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
BNA 2103 Business Applications Development using JAVA 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
BNA 3003 Systems Analysis 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
QMT 3013 Business Process Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
BNA 3103 Principles of Business Analytics for Knowledge Development 3
BNA 3133 Database Design and Implementation 3
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Business Analytics Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
MGT 4043 Management Science 3
STS 3113 Advanced Statistical Models 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
BNA 4103 Advanced Business Analytics 3
BNA 4203 Business Analytics Research Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
FIN 2013 Money and Banking 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
FIN 2103 Quantitative Methods 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
FIN 3003 Corporate Finance 3
FIN 3013 Financial Assets and Markets 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
FIN 3103 Ethics, Sharia Law and Professional Qualifications 3
FIN 3113 Insurance 3
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Finance Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
FIN 4003 Bank Management 3
FIN 4013 Islamic Banking and Islamic Financial Markets 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
FIN 4103 Entrepreneurial Finance 3
FIN 4203 Finance Research Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
HRM 2003 Professional Practice in Human Resource 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
HRM 2103 Recruitment and Selection 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
HRM 3003 Performance Management 3
HRM 3013 Organisational Change Management 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
HRM 3103 Training and Development 3
HRM 3113 Career Development and Planning 3
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
HRM 4003 Employee Relations and UAE Labour Law 3
HRM 4013 Compensation and Benefits 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
HRM 4103 International Human Resource Management 3
HRM 4203 HRM Research Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
ENT 2003 New Venture Creation 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
ENT 2103 Business Negotiations 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
ENT 3023 Small Business Management 3
ENT 3033 Social Entrepreneurship 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ENT 3103 Leadership for Entrepreneurs 3
ENT 3113 Entrepreneurial Marketing 3
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
ENT 4033 Raising Funds 3
FIN 4103 Entrepreneurial Finance 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
BNA 4113 Applied Marketing Analytics and Reporting 3
ENT 4203 Innovation and Entrepreneurial Research Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
SLM 2003 Supply Chain Management 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
QMT 2003 Total Quality Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
SLM 3003 Supplier Management 3
SLM 3103 Warehouse and Distribution Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
SLM 3113 Logistics Management 3
STS 3113 Advanced Statistical Models 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
SLM 4003 Supply Chain Risk Management 3
SLM 4013 Supply Chain Operations Planning and Control 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
QMT 4103 Project Management 3
SLM 4203 Logistics and Supply Chain Final Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
MRK 2003 Consumer Behaviour 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
MRK 2103 Marketing Metrics 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
MRK 3003 Integrated Marketing Communications 3
MRK 3013 Marketing Research 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
MRK 3103 Brand Management 3
MRK 3113 Digital Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Marketing Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
MRK 4003 Social Media and Mobile Marketing 3
MRK 4013 Strategic Marketing 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
MRK 4103 Services Marketing 3
MRK 4203 Marketing Plan Project 3
3 Electives 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
QMT 2003 Total Quality Management 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
QMT 2103 Quality Standards and Excellence Models 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
QMT 3003 Quality Management Tools 3
QMT 3013 Business Process Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
HRM 3013 Organisational Change Management 3
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
STS 3113 Advanced Statistical Models 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Quality Management Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
QMT 4003 Service Quality Management 3
QMT 4013 Advanced Strategic Management 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
QMT 4103 Project Management 3
QMT 4203 Quality Management Research Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132



YEAR 1+A539:C572
SEMESTER 1 CREDIT HOURS
ACC 1003 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 3
ECO 1003 Microeconomics 3
LSM 1003 Applied Mathematics 3
LSS 1003 Life and Future Skills 3
MGT 1003 Principles of Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
ACC 1103 Managerial Accounting 3
ECO 1103 Macroeconomics 3
LSC 1103 Professional Communication and Reporting 3
LSS 1123 Basic Research Methods 3
MRK 1103 Principles of Marketing 3
Credit Hours 15
YEAR 2
SEMESTER 1
AES 1013 Arabic Communications I 3
FIN 2003 Financial Management 3
ICT 2013 Computational Thinking and Coding 3
STS 2003 Business Statistics 3
TRM 2003 Introduction to Tourism 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
AES 1003 Emirati Studies 3
LSC 2103 Academic Reading and Writing II 3
MGT 2103 Organizational Behaviour 3
OPM 2103 Operations Management 3
TRM 2103 Consumer Behavior in Tourism 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 2156 Business Internship I 6
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 3
SEMESTER 1
BIS 3003 Business Information Systems 3
LSN 1113 Introduction to Sustainability 3
MGT 3003 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance 3
TRM 3003 Tourism and Hospitality Operations 3
TRM 3013 Integrated Technologies for Tourism 3
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
LAW 3103 Business and Commercial Law 3
BUS 2403 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
MGT 3103 Strategic Management and Simulation 3
TRM 3103 Sustainable Tourism 3
TRM 3113 Tourism Human Resource Management 3
Credit Hours 15
SUMMER
INT 3156 Business Internship II 6
Higher Diploma in Tourism Management Exit
Credit Hours 6
YEAR 4
SEMESTER 1
AES 3003 Professional Arabic 3
FIN 4103 Entrepreneurial Finance 3
TRM 4003 Economics of Tourism 3
2 Elective Courses 6
Credit Hours 15
SEMESTER 2
TRM 4023 Revenue Management for Tourism 3
TRM 4203 Tourism Final Project 3
3 Elective Courses 9
Credit Hours 15
Total Credit Hours 132

Executive Dean: Dr. Ayesha Abdullah

 

Division Chairs

Campus Position 2018-2019
AAM Division Chair Pedro Longart
AAW Division Chair Khwaja Khan
ADM Division Chair Basel Natsheh
ADW Division Chair Yolande Smit
DBM Division Chair Deni Memic
DBW Division Chair Indrani Hazarika
RKM and RKW Division Chair Omar Al Serhan
FJM and FJW Division Chair Adel Zair
SJM Division Chair Danail Ivanov
SJW Division Chair Priya Banguant
Al Dhafra Division Chair Bashir Sanni

 

Program Coordinators

Campus Position 2018-2019
AAM Program Coordinator Nana Bonsu
AAW Program Coordinator Habib Ouni, Nana Bonsu, Manishankar Chakraborty
ADM Program Coordinator Panagiotis Thomas, Roudaina Houjeir
ADW Program Coordinator Leo Shirley, Pedro Coelhoso, Katia Iankova
DBM Program Coordinator Eileen Fitzgerald, Anca Bocanet
DBW Program Coordinator Kavitha Shah, Hector Iweka
RKM and RKW Program Coordinator Bharathan Viswanathan, Giovanna Bejjani
FJM and FJW Program Coordinator Ali El Asad, Ben Bvepfepfe, Fatima Alloghani
SJM Program Coordinator  Abdulmenaf Sejdini
SJW Program Coordinator Ahmed Hayek, Abdul Gaffar, Lawal Yesufu
Al Dhafra Program Coordinator Jainambu Abbas, Emad Masoud

 


Aaron Paul Pineda, Ph.D. (Human Resource Management), Univ Of San Jose-Recoletos, Philippines

Abdel Razaq Farah Freihat, Ph.D. (Accounting & Finance), The University of Newcastle, Australia

Abdelghani Echchabi, Ph.D. (Business Administration), Int’l Islamic Univ Malaysia, Malaysia

Abderazak Bakhouche, Ph.D. (Economics), The University of Wales, United Kingdom

Abdul Ghafar, Ph.D. (Management), University of Bradford, United Kingdom

Abdul Karim Yusoff, Ph.D. (Management), Int. Academy of Mgt & Economics, Philippines

Abdul Quddus Mohammed, Ph.D. (Management), Vinayaka Missions University, India

Abdulmenaf Sejdini, Ph.D. (Economics), University of Tirana, Albania

Adel Mekraz, Ph.D. (General Business), Capella University, United States

Adel Zairi, Ph.D. (Quality Management), University of Salford, United Kingdom

Ahmad Hayek, Ph.D. (Accounting), Amman Arab University, Saudi Arabia

Ahmad Zahiruddin Bin Yahya, Ph.D. (Entrepreneurship), University Pedidikan, Malaysia

Aleksandra Zivaljevic, Ph.D. (Organisational Sciences), University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Alexandrina Pauceanu, Ph.D. (Management), Bucharest Univ of Economic Studies, Romania

Alfred Miller, Ph.D. (E-Commerce), Northcentral University, United States

Ali El Asad, MBA (Finance), University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Almaz Sandybayev, Ph.D. (Business Management), Girne American University, Cyprus

Amjad Suri, Ph.D. (Management), Banasthali Vidyapith, India

Anca Bocanet, Ph.D. (Science and Technology Mgt), Univ of Naples Federico II, Italy

Anil Chandrasekaran, Ph.D. (Econometrics & Business Admin), University of Madras, India

Ann Collins, M.Sc. (Strategic Management), Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland

Anupama RajasekharanNair, MBA (Human Resource Management), Bharathiar University, India

Asma Assaf, Ph.D. (Accounting), Amman Arab University, Saudi Arabia

Avaneesh Jumde, Ph.D. (Financial Management), University of Pune (Poona), India

Ayda Farhan, Ph.D. (Accounting), International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia

Ayman Talib, Ph.D. (Business Administration), Argosy University, United States

Basel Natsheh, Ph.D. (Economics), Aix-Marseille University, France

Bashir Mojeed Sanni, Ph.D. (Strategic HR Mgt), Cardiff Metropolitan Univ., United Kingdom

Basman Mazahrih, Ph.D. (Finance), The Waikato University, New Zealand

Belal Omar, Ph.D. (Accounting), The University of Hull, United Kingdom

Benjamin Bvepfepfe, Ph.D. (Supply Chain), Birmingham City University, United Kingdom

Bharathan Viswanathan, Ph.D. (Commerce), Manonmaniam Sundaranar Univ., India

Bharti Pandya, Ph.D. (Human Resource Management), JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth Univ., India

Bistra Boukareva, Master of Economics (Economics), Univ of National and World Eco., Bulgaria

Boo Yun Cho, Ph.D. (Operations & Logistics Mgt.), Korea University, South Korea

Carmen Gutierrez, MBA (Organization & Mgt.), University of Iowa, United States

Danail Ivanov, Ph.D. (Management Information Systems), Case Western Reserve Univ., United States

David Lal, Ph.D. (Business Management), University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

David Quansah, Ph.D. (Education), British University in Dubai, UAE

Debra Henderson, MA (Tourism Tourist & Hotel Mgt), The University of Queensland, Australia

Deni Memic, Doctor of Economics (Economics), Univ Sarajevo, Bosnia

Edward McAlvanah, MA (teaching and learning), RMIT University, Australia

Eileen Fitzgerald, M.Sc. (Forensic Accounting), University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

Eliyadurage Kumarajeeva, MBA (Business Administration), The University of Kansas, United States

Emad Masoud, Ph.D. (Marketing), Amman Arab University, Saudi Arabia

Eman Zabalawi, MBA (Total Quality Management), University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Eseroghene Udjo, Ph.D. (Strategic Marketing), Univ of Natural Resources & LS, Austria

Fatima Al-jneibi, MBA (Management), New York Institute of Tech, United States

Fatima Khalfan Sultan Farhan Alloghani, Master of Management (Entrepreneurial Leadership), Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart Univ, UAE

Fatmah Mohamed Salim Al Sereidi, Bachelor of Applied Science (Information Management), HCT, UAE

Fazli Wahid, Ph.D. (Management Science), University of Waterloo, Canada

Gabor Andrasi, Master of Law (Law), Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

Giovanna Bejjani, Master of Commerce (Marketing), University of New South Wales, Australia

Gouljannet Humphrey, MBA (Leadership & Management), Brenau University, United States

Habib Kassim, MBA (Business Administration), University of Western Sydney, Australia

Habib Ouni, Ph.D. (Economics), Universite de Tunis, Tunisia

Hafiz Ahmad, Ph.D. (Accounting & Finance), University of Lille, France

Hajer Khedher, Ph.D. (Strategy, Program & Project Mgt), Tunis University, Tunisia

Hajer Mohamed Hassan Morad, M.Sc. (Organizational Excellence), Hamdan Bin Mohammed E-University, UAE

Hajer Zarrouk, Ph.D. (Economics), Université de Tunis – El Manar, Tunisia

Hakeem Ajonbadi, Ph.D. (Management), The University of Wales, United Kingdom

Hasan Mustafa, Ph.D. (Economics), University of Gottingen, Germany

Haya Al Shawwa, Ph.D. (Economics), University of Ferrara, Italy

Heather Webb, Ph.D. (Business Management), The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Hector Iweka, Ph.D. (Organization & Mgmnt.), Capella University, United States

Helen Patterson, Ph.D. (Human Resources), The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Hernani Manalo, Ph.D. (Business Management), Univ. Negros Occidental-Recoleto, Philippines

Husam Omar, Ph.D. (International Education), University of Incarnate Word, United States

Husam Shahroor, Ph.D. (Accounting), Amman Arab University, Saudi Arabia

Hussain Ali Hayder Alnumairy, Master of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Griffith University, Australia

Indrani Hazarika, Ph.D. (Commerce), Gauhati University, India

Inoussa Boubacar, Ph.D. (Economics), University of Nebraska, United States

Intesar Haidar, EMBA (Strategic Management), HCT, UAE

Jacobus Nel, Ph.D. (Commerce), University of South Africa, South Africa

Jainambu Abbas, Master of Commerce, University of Madras, India

Jaishree Asarpota, M.Sc. (Strategic Focus), Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom

James Harris, Ph.D. (Business Administration), Grenoble Ecole de Management, France

Jane Bourne, Master of Law (Commercial & Corporate Law), Unversity College of London, United Kingdom

Johannes De Klerk, Ph.D. (Business Administration), Swiss Management Center, Switzerland

John McKeown, MBA (E-Commerce), The University of Kent, United Kingdom

Juan Dempere, Ph.D. (Business Administration), Florida Atlantic University, United States

Julian Barona Motlak, Master in Engineering (Logistics Engineering), Korea Maritime University, South Korea

Kalpana Solanki, Ph.D. (Management), Banasthali Vidyapith, India

Katia Iankova, Ph.D. (Urban Studies), Univ of Quebec in Montreal, Canada

Kavita Shah, Ph.D. (Commerce & Management Studies), JJ Tibrewala University, India

Kennedy Modug, Ph.D. (Accounting), University of Benin, Nigeria

Khurshid Ganai, Ph.D. (Management), National Inst of Tech Srinagar, India

Kian Tan, Master of Commerce (Advanced Info Systems & Mgt), University of New South Wales, Australia

Kristian Gotthelf, M.Sc. (Economics and Business Admin), Syddansk University, Denmark

Kwame Owusu, Ph.D. (Business Administration), Jackson State University, United States

Lawal Yesufu, DBA (Business Administration), University of Bath, United Kingdom

Leisa Hassock, Master of Management (Business Management), Charles Sturt University, Australia

Lim Ngat Chin, Ph.D. (International Business), Monash University, Australia

Linda Daniel, Ph.D. (Banking), Alagappa University, India

Lukman Olorogun, Ph.D. (Islamic Banking and Finance), Int’l Islamic Univ Malaysia, Malaysia

Malini Nair, MBA (Marketing Management), Birla Institute of Tech & Sc., India

Mamie Griffin, Ph.D. (Human Resource Management), Univ of Southern Mississippi, United States

Manal Abdel Wahed, MA (International Business), University of Wollongong, United Arab Emirates

Manishankar Chakraborty, Ph.D. (Business Management), Nagpur University, India

Mansoor Khwaja, Ph.D. (Commerce & Management Studies), Andhra Univesity, India

Mariam Al Dhaheri, DBA (Business Administration), UAE University, United Arab Emirates

Mariam Ali Rashid Abdulla Alnuaimi, MBA, UAE University, United Arab Emirates

Marilou Fernandez, MBA (General Management), Manuel L.Quezon University, Philippines

Marilou Maderazo, Ph.D. (Business Administration), Batangas State University, Philippines

Mario Gabrael, MBA (Human Resource Management), University of Western Sydney, Australia

Mayar Mohamed Sabah Ali Al Kaabi, Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Resources), HCT, United Arab Emirates

Meera Albeshr, Master of Management (International Business), Zayed University, United Arab Emirates

Michael Grantham, MBA (Marketing), Griffith University, Australia

Michael Westlund, MBA (International Management), Thunderbird School of Global Mgt., United States

Mihalis Halkides, Ph.D. (Political Economics), Florida State University, USA

Mirjana Sejdini, Ph.D. (Economics), University of Tirana, Albania

Mohamed Basha, Ph.D. (Management), University of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Mohamed Kamara, Ph.D. (Business & Economics), University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Mohamed Salem, Ph.D. (Economics), Utah State University, USA

Mohammad Al Shiab, Ph.D. (Social Science), Univ. of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Mohammad Quasem, Master in Int. Marketing (Int. Marketing), The University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Mohammed Shanikat, Ph.D. (Accounting), University of Wollongong, Australia

Mounir Kehal, Ph.D. (Computing), University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Mouza Almazrouei, MBA (Logistic Management), University of Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Muhammad Lakhani, Master of Applied Science (Economics), University of Karachi, Pakistan

Nadia Bensedrine Goucha, Ph.D. (Economics), Univ Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

Nana Osei-Bonsu, Ph.D. (Economics and Business Admin), Aalto Univ School of Economics, Finland

Narges Faridi, Master of Education Technology (Educational Technology), Univ of Southern Queensland, Australia

Nathan Kawansson, Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering), Univ. of Technology-Baghdad, Iraq

Nawal Al Sayed, MBA (Business Administration), Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom

Nikola Perovic, Ph.D. (Economics Science), University of Montenegro, Montenegro

Nizar Alsharari, Ph.D. (Accounting & Finance), University of Durham, United Kingdom

Nizar Mansour, Ph.D. (Management), Tunis University, Tunisia

Nouralhoda Al Dhanhani, Bachelor of Business Admin. (Management),UAE University, United Arab Emirates

Omar Al Serhan, Ph.D. (Marketing), Cardiff Metropolitan Univ, United Kingdom

Omar Badran, MBA (General Business Admin), The University of Hull, United Kingdom

Onise Alpenidze, Ph.D. (Business Administration), I.J. Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Panagiotis Thomas, Ph.D. (Professional Studies), Middlesex University, United Kingdom

Pedro Coelhoso, Ph.D. (Marketing), Fernando Pessoa University, Porto, Portugal

Pedro Longart Cuesta, Ph.D. (Business), Coventry Universit, United Kingdom

Pranav Naithani, Ph.D. (Management), Birla Institute of Tech & Sc., India

Priyadarshini Baguant, Ph.D. (Human Resource Management), University of Mauritius, Mauritius

Rachna Banerjee, Ph.D. (Commerce), SNDT Women’s University, India

Randa El Chaar, MA (Money and Banking), American University of Beirut, Lebanon

Rasha Abou Samra, MBA (Business Administration), Ain Shams University, Egypt

Rashid Ashraf, MA (Human Resource Management), The University of Bolton, United States

Rashid Saber, Ph.D. (Business Administration), California Coast University, United States

Reji Nair, Ph.D. (Economics), University of Kerala, India

Renata Hodgson, Ph.D. (Business), University of Western Sydney, Australia

Rima Baki, MBA (Marketing), University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Roberta Fenech, Ph.D. (Occupational Psychology), Birbeck College, United Kingdom

Rola Noun, MBA (Marketing), University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Roudaina Houjeir, Ph.D. (Marketing), University of Westminster, United Kingdom

Sabir Malik, MBA (Innovative Management), Coventry University, United Kingdom

Safwat Al Tal, Ph.D. (E-Business), University of Salento, Italy

Sami Al Ajlani, Ph.D. (Financial Management), Arab Academy-Banking & Fin. Sc., Jordan

Samia Warda, M.Sc. (Tourism Tourist & Hotel Mgt.), Alexandria University, Egypt

Sara Al Mahmoud, Master of Strategic HR Mgt. (Human Resource Management), University of Wollongong, UAE

Sathya Sivaprakasam, Ph.D. (Business Admin (OB/HR)), Madurai Kamaraj University, India

Sean Seery, MBA (International Business), University College Dublin, Ireland

Sergiy Spivakovskyy, Ph.D. (Economic Sciences), European University, Ukraine

Shagufta Sarwar, Ph.D. (Business Management), University of Swansea, United Kingdom

Shahid Bashir, Master of Commerce (Finance), University of the Punjab, Pakistan

Shahira El Alfy, Ph.D. (Education), British University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Shahira Osama Abdalla, Ph.D. (Human Resource Management), The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Shaima’a Al Hijawi, MBA (Management Information System), Arab Academy for Sci & Tech, Egypt

Shaindra Sewbaran, MBA (International Business), University of Natal, South Africa

Shane McKenna, MBA (Human Resource Management), University of New England, Australia

Shaun Hodgson, Master of Business (Operation Management), University of Western Sydney, Australia

Shazia Shah, MBA (International Banking &Finance), University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Shibeshi Kahsay, Ph.D. (Economics), McGill University, Canada

Shiladitya Verma, Ph.D. (Applied Economics & Business Mgt), Barkatullah University, India

Shirley Leopereira, Ph.D. (Applied Business Economics), Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar University, India

Sitalakshmi Ramanan, Ph.D. (Management), Devi Ahliya Vishwavidyalaya, India

Soha El Mokdad, Master in Accounting and Finance, St. Joseph’s University, Lebanon

Sonia Abdennadher, Ph.D. (Management Science), University of Paris-Sud, France

Sriya Chakravarti, Ph.D. (EducationOrganization and Leadership), University of San Francisco, USA

Suhair Alwahabi, Master of Education (Educational Studies), The University of Adelaide, Australia

Suresh Shanmuga Sundaram, MBA (Finance), University of Madras, India

Suzan Abuhalawah, MBA (Business Administration), Yarmouk University, Jordan

Swadesh Saha, Master of Commerce (Accounting), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Syed Bashir, DBA (Business Administration), The University of Newcastle, Australia

Tabani Ndlovu, Ph.D. (Corporate Governance), Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom

Tamilselvan Mahalingam, MBA (Business Administration), University of Madras, India

Tamir Mohamed, Master of Commerce (Accounting & Finance), University of Wollongong, Australia

Tarek Ben Noamene, Ph.D. (Business), Univ Nice-Sophia-Antipolis, France

Tasneem Shaikh, Master of Commerce (Commerce),University of Mumbai (Bombay), India

Tridib Chatterji, Master of Science (International Administration), School for Intl. Training, United States

Venkateshwara Venkatachalam, Ph.D. (Management Studies), University of Hyderabad, India

Veronica Chaita, Ph.D. (Economics and Accounting), The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Veselina Yankova, Ph.D. (Organization & Mgt.), Technical University of Varna, Bulgaria

Viatcheslav Liachenko, M.Sc. (Non Profit Management), Milano Graduate School of Management, USA

Victus Benuyenah, Ph.D. (Organizational Psychology), Birkbeck College, United Kingdom

Welcome Sibanda, Ph.D. (Finance), City University, United Kingdom

Wiktor Patena, Ph.D. (Economics), Vistula University, Poland

Yasser Bentahar, Ph.D. (Business Management), University of Salento, Italy

Yolande Smit, Ph.D. (Internal Auditing), Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Yousuf Khan, Ph.D. (Accounting & Finance),London South Bank University, United Kingdom

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