SEU Principles Of Management ( MGT101 )



College of Administrative & Financial






Principles Of


Course Name Course Code:
Credit Hours 3 Credit Hours Contact Hours 3
Language Arabic    English
Track § College Req. Dep. Req. Concentration
Level Level 3 Prerequisite Passing the first year
Course Description:


This course provides an overview of the field of management by combining management theories & practices. It emphasizes the development and application of competencies required for effective leadership, including planning, motivating, organizational control & decision making. Further, it places emphasis on change management, current domestic and global business issues with regard to sustainability & ethics. The course includes practices in conflict resolution and mediation, fostering improvement of working relationships, through the use of activities that integrate emotional intelligence and communication skills, leading to the creation of a productive work environment.


Course Learning Outcomes:


1.    Identify and explain the concept of management, functions, roles and skills of a manager (Lo1.1)


2.       Recognize the functions of planning, organizing and controlling and how they interrelate (Lo2.1)

3.       Demonstrate an understanding of the structure of an organization in reference to its business policies. (Lo1.6)

4.        Apply knowledge and techniques of strategic planning and decision making. (Lo2.2)

5.      Ability to carry out organization’s role in ethics, diversity, and social responsibility. (Lo3.3)

6.      Apply knowledge and function effectively on teamwork activities, management skills to create a development plan (Lo3.4)

7.    Develop information technology skills for fast and effective means of communication to address business issues. (Lo4.3)


Course Major Topics:

1.        Manager – the Work Environment & Theories of Management

2.        Planning – The Foundation of Successful Management

3.        Decision Making Process

4.        Organizing Tasks, People, and Resources

5.        Organizational Culture

6.        Change Management

7.        Leading Individuals and Groups

8.        Leadership and Communication

9.       Controlling and Global Management

 Learning Resources


Kinicki, A., & Williams, B. (2016). Management: A Practical Introduction. (7th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. ISBN: 1259304191. Digital Version: ISBN-13 9781259304194


Course works (assignments, quizzes, projects, case studies, board discussion):               25%

Midterm exam                                                                                                                                  25%

Final Exam                                                                                                                                         50%

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