College of Business Administration – Courses

Accounting Department

The accounting department follows the system of semesters for the undergraduate curriculum in the public and private Iraqi universities, which is based on the curricula of the international and Arab universities. The student in the accounting department studies 48 subjects. To graduate a students must complete 143 credit.

   

Semester

 

No. of Courses

 

No. of Credits

First Year First Semester 5 13
Second Semester 6 17
Second Year First Semester 7 20
Second Semester 6 18
Third Year First Semester 7 21
Second Semester 6 18
Fourth Year First Semester 5 17
Second Semester 6 19
 

Total

 

48

 

143

 

First Year

First Semester

Financial Accounting I

Business Administration

Economics

Computer Skills I

Arabic Language

Second Semester

Financial Accounting II

General Mathematics

Statistics

Computers Skills II

Accounting Readings & Correspondence

Human Rights & Democracy

Second Year

First Semester

Intermediate Accounting I

Governmental Accounting I

Accounting in English I

Marketing & E-trade

Business Law

Computers Skills III

General mathematics II

Second Semester

Intermediate Accounting II

Governmental Accounting II

Accounting for Non-Profit organization

Public finance

Accounting Operation research in English

Accounting in English II

Third Year

First Semester

Cost Accounting I

Corporate Accounting

Uniform Accounting System

Tax Accounting

Financial Management

E- Accounting Applications

Quantitative Methods

Second Semester

Advanced Financial Accounting

Natural Resource Accounting

Financial Foundation Accounting

Cost Accounting II

Auditing & Auditing Standards

Accounting Training

Fourth Year

First Semester

Advanced Cost Accounting in English I

Specialized Systems Accounting

Control

Managerial Accounting in English

Methodology & Ethics of Scientific Research

Second Semester

Advanced Cost Accounting in English II

Managerial Accounting in English II

International Accounting & Standards

Accounting Theory

Accounting Information System

Graduation Research

Business Administration Department

The Department of Business Administration follows the system of semesters for the undergraduate and graduate courses of the Business Administration departments in public and private Iraqi universities, which is based on the curriculum of the international and Arab universities. A student in the Business Administration Department studies (54) course. To graduate, a student must complete 133 credits.

   

Semester

 

No. of Courses

 

No. of Credits

First Year First Semester 7 17
Second Semester 7 18
Second Year First Semester 7 18
Second Semester 7 15
Third Year First Semester 7 19
Second Semester 7 17
Fourth Year First Semester 6 15
Second Semester 6 14
 

Total

 

54

 

133

 

First Year

First Semester

Principles of Business Administration I

Principles of Economics

Principles of Accounting

Microsoft Office I

Mathematics for Business

Arabic Language

English Reading in Business

Second Semester

Principles of Business Administration II

Principles of Economics II

Principles of Accounting II

Microsoft Office II

Statistics for Business

Human Rights & Democracy

Advanced English Readings in Business

Second Year

First Semester

Marketing Management

Human Resources Management

Organization Theory

Intermediate Accounting I

The Commercial Code (Law)

Inventory Management

Business Spreadsheet by Microsoft Excel in English

Second Semester

Marketing Research

Intellectual Capital Management

Organizational Behaviour

Intermediate Accounting II

E-Commerce

Supply Chain Management

Advanced Business Spreadsheet by Microsoft Excel

Third Year

First Semester

Financial Management I

Strategic Management

Banking Management

Cost Accounting I

Business Quantitative  Methods by QSB

Project Management

Business Economics

Second Semester

Financial Management II

Strategic Thinking

Insurance Management

Business Operation Research by QSB

Cost Accounting II

Project Management Applications on Computer

Feasibility Study

Fourth Year

First Semester

Operation & Production Management

International Business Technology

Managerial Information Technology

Research Methodologies Approaches

Governmental Contracts Management

Risk Management

Second Semester

Quality Management

Knowledge Management

Corporate Governance

Graduate Project

Negotiations Management

Investment Portfolio Management