Business Administration Department


Business Administration department is a full-service business department in Erbil-Kurdistan. We investigate modern business administration issues through our innovative curriculums, international research, and joint partnerships. Business Administration’s activities are associated with three main strengths: responsible management, innovation, and international business concentration.

Vision

To be an effective business administration department of alternative for learners, lectures, local businesses, and community interested in searching complex business issues. We constantly develop on the core creativity and the innovation of our students, faculty members, and staff, as one of the best business department in the Middle East.

Mission

Business Administration department provides students with a comprehensive business education to make them fit for starting a career and assuming responsibility in the competitive business environment. The mission of the Business Administration department is to educate future business leaders. We endeavor for the quality in all that we do. We concentrate on Kurdistan’s role in the local and international business world and provide unique and effective experiences that expose students to business practices, cultures, and variety of languages. Our priority is to provide our students’ sustainable management practices and develop them who respect the numerous responsibilities of organizations. Our innovative curriculum, modern research, and external outreach are all strategically adjusted to participate to, effect and lead local business and community by:

  • Implementing modern, unique and interdisciplinary Bachelor program to educate the future generation of effective researchers and educators in research-intensive culture.
  • Providing learners with the knowledge to be able to participate in a competitive research environment.
  • Adding value to a community and searching a future that is both ethical and successful.
  • Shaping and determining the changing needs of the business;

Course Book of Bussiness Administration

First Year (First Semester)

  • Principles of Statistics
  • Principles of Business Administration l
  • Computer Skills I
  • English Language I
  • Kurdology
  • Mathematics I
  • Academic Debate

First Year (Second Semester)

  • Principles of Accounting I
  • Microeconomic
  • Principles of Business Administration II
  • Applied Statistics
  • English Language II
  • Computer Skills II
  • Mathematics II
  • Kurdology
  • Academic Debate

Second Year (First Semester)

  • Principles of Accounting II
  • Macroeconomic
  • Commercial Law
  • Public Finance
  • Human Resource Management I
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Principles of Marketing
  • English for Business I

Third Year (First Semester)

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Governmental Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Management Inf. System
  • Strategic Management
  • Production Management I
  • Research Method
  • Managerial Economics

Third Year (Second Semester)

  • Project Management
  •  Logistic Management
  • Electronic Management
  • Local Management
  • Production Management II
  • Cost Accounting
  • International Business

Course Program (Fourth Year)

  • Managerial Accounting I
  • Feasibility Study
  • Risk Management and Insurance
  • Investment and Portfolio Management
  • Negotiation Management
  • Graduation Project

Fourth Year (Second Semester)

  • Total Quality Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Managerial Accounting II
  • Auditing
  • Graduation Project
  • Public Administration