This course provides the principles and concepts of double-entry accounting.  It will include the presentation of problems and their solutions and show how accounting is a valuable decision-making tool. 

Course Objectives:

This course will enable students to learn:

Ø  The framework of accounting, which consists of definitions and the use of accounting as a decision making tool.

Ø  The preliminaries on the balance sheet, types of assets, liabilities, owner’s equity, revenues and expenses.

Ø  How the change in resources are accommodated on a time basis for management purposes using double-entry format.

Ø  How to prepare a trial balance.

Ø  Trading & Profit & Loss Account

Ø  Balance Sheet: Further Considerations

Ø  How to post entries in the cash book.

Ø  The Banking System: Different types of accounts, cheques and other transactions.

Ø  Depreciation and calculations using different methods.

Economics is the study of how individuals and societies make rational choices when confronted with scarce resources and an uncertain environment. Economics is divided into two branches: Microeconomics and Macro economics. Microeconomics is concerned with hoe individuals and firms make decisions within  the context of an isolated market.

This course is about microeconomics. During this semester you will explore and evaluate economic data through a variety of learning activities. you will be introduced to the mechanics of a market economy. You will see and experience how and why market may work well and not so well. you will also see and experience the impact of government intervention on market processes.

economics is the study of how individuals and societies make rational choices when confronted with scarce resources and an uncertain environment. Economics is divided into two branches: microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics is concerned with how individuals and firms make decisions within the context of an isolated market. 

Small business management practically refers to the planning and operation of a small business. This course will provide with detailed introduction to the activities that make a small business operate successfully. It covers critical business planning strategies for both the manager and the employee including the rising entrepreneur. Key topics include the preparation of a business plan, the launching of a new venture, identifying market opportunities, creating a marketing plan and financing a business.

Remedial for 10 weeks

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a framework to understand the key approaches, processes, challenges and problems related to the field of environmental management. Through an introduction of a wide variety of course materials, on-going discussions and assignments, students will become familiar with, and equipped to engage in the cooperative resolution of complex environmental issues. The study of environmental management requires an understanding from a multitude of perspectives, drawing upon skills from numerous areas. The effects of environmental management can be critical for both developed and developing countries, often requiring different approaches and decision-making processes. It is highly important for students to recognize that the perception of a natural environment with pristine waterfalls, forests and wild animals wandering in endless reserved land, is being overshadowed by the impacts of humans on the natural environment. Through an interdisciplinary approach, this course engages students in various environmental issues and imparts a set of skills they can utilize in the decision-making process for environmental management

This course introduces the fundamentals of tourism.  It provides a broad view of tourism and its related issues. It also includes the development of tourism industry, the history and place of tourism, tourism organizations, tourism and related services and the socio and economic impact of tourism to the society.

This course will serve as an introduction of the role marketing has in the tourism industry. Students will analyze trends in the tourism product/services and their market. With the use of local and international examples students will be able to analyze and interpret the past, current and future trends of marketing in relation to the tourism industry.