Sociology is a science that directly links the observer to the subject of the observation. Hence sociology has become a very important means of interpreting contemporary social life in an objective and critical manner. It follows, therefore, that there is need for better educated and trained sociologists. This programme offers a wide range of courses based on contemporary issues and needs such as; gender sensitivity, community development, peace building and conflict resolution, disaster awareness and management, etc.
The MSc Political Science will allow you to apply theories, methods, techniques and concepts to a range of substantive problems, as well as developing analytical skills in key areas of political science research. You will also have the opportunity to focus your studies on either political analytics or media and democracy. Focusing on data analytics will allow you to expand your analytical abilities through game theory and will give you the opportunity to work with different types of data relevant for quantitative political research and use different types of statistical research methods to answer research questions and test theoretical hypotheses.
This course will provide students with an understanding of the basic theories and principles by which businesses are organized and managed in modern society. They will demonstrate competency by analyzing management functions, principles, and processes that contribute to the achievement of organizational goals.
The recent trends of globalisation and liberalisation for local and international economics, both public and private sectors require human resource with appropriate knowledge and skills necessary for efficient and effective planning, development and management in competitive changing economic environments.
The student is introduced to the language and terminology of international trade and major international political and economic policies that affect modern international businesses. Special attention is given to fundamental concepts of international finance, accounting, law, management, and marketing.
Cyber security courses are prevalent through degree programs in information technology, cyber security, and information security at the associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s levels, as well as at the certificate level. Through these different programs, students learn how to identify security issues and protect information as well as track down those who steal that data. Because cyber security is necessary for homeland security and so many other fields, there are several types of programs available that vary in scope and focus.
This course describes the basic principles of e-business technologies. Upon the completion of this course, students should have a good working knowledge of e-business concepts, applications and technologies (e.g. e-business marketplace, e-Commerce, B2B e-business, e-learning, e-government and online payments). In addition, and after understanding the main concepts, students should understand how to initiate and launch online business.
Companies are increasingly allocating resources to (online) interactive marketing strategies such as advertising in online platforms (e.g. search engines, social networking), dynamic pricing/ promotions (e.g. daily deals) and targeting consumers using pervasive computing technologies (e.g. location based targeting in mobile platforms).
Unlike traditional business programmes, this programme (BBM) offers a wide range of unique choices of specialized options such as accounting, marketing, banking and finance, insurance and risk management, co-operative management, human resources management and management sciences.
This course will give you an opportunity to develop an understanding of the strategic management of public relations by analyzing the history and current trends of the profession as well as how the public relations process is carried out through different public relations specializations.