Learning Outcomes

  1. Defining and understanding many aspects of management thought, such as the methodology of scientific research in the field of management, the basics of organizational behavior, decision-making, and change management and dealing with local and international customers.
  2. Understanding and being aware of the environment in which business organizations and government institutions operate, the economic, social, cultural, political and technological variables and the impact of these variables on the conditions of business organizations.
  3. Diagnosing and understanding the way business organizations and government institutions are managed and the impact of this method on the decision-making process, the organization’s performance and perception of the basic guidelines for aspects of change and innovation in these organizations.
  4. Analyzing and evaluating methods, models, and organizational differences between business organizations, focusing on the role that the organization plays within society.
  5. Applying business skills in managing business organizations and government institutions, including change management techniques, innovation management, project management, time management, management information systems, quantitative and qualitative analysis techniques, conducting studies related to launching new goods and services, and re-establishing operations engineering (administrative engineering or engineering), institutional development, crisis management and change management, leadership, and techniques for conducting interviews and negotiations.
  6. Dealing creatively with complex problems in business organizations and government institutions and applying appropriate tools and methods to make decisions about them.
  7. The ability to analyze alternatives and choose the best alternative within the framework of analytical thinking to choose appropriate solutions considering the surrounding circumstances.
  8. The ability to work in a team to deal with problems and ways to solve them.
  9. Acquiring quantitative skills, dealing with numbers, and effective use of information technology.
  10. The ability to build personal judgments and logical reasoning and use moral reasoning in explaining the way the organization works.