TIBA

Technical Institute of Buisness Administration (TIBA)
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Technical Institute of Buisness Administration Internal Regulations

One of the independent programs affiliated with the Syrian Virtual University, and the provisions and instructions mentioned in the university's internal regulations that apply to similar independent programs apply to it.

Program objective: 

The Syrian Virtual University aims, through the Technical Institute program for Business Administration, to qualify technicians in the field of management sciences, who possess the basic skills required in this field. This certificate constitutes the first and necessary link in the applied technical qualification for the holder of the secondary degree, and helps them to rapidly integrate into the labor market. The program provides the possibility to qualify holders of secondary degrees (modern and old) with its scientific, literary and commercial branches, and other secondary schools approved by the University Council, with the aim of developing their capabilities and enabling them to acquire the professional skills required in the labor market.

The program aims to achieve the following results:

  1. Preparing and qualifying students, according to their specializations in the field of human resources management, marketing, finance and banking, and providing them with advanced scientific knowledge in these fields, during a relatively short period of qualification.
  2. Forming the student's scientific and technical personality and developing it by taking advantage of all the benefits provided by virtual learning and according to the latest information and international standards, where students can continue their studies from anywhere.
  3. Developing the social and professional status of the student through obtaining a certificate that allows them to attain better job opportunities, and allows them to apply to specialized promotion programs at the Syrian Virtual University to get a degree in management sciences, if the institute student achieves the graduation rate approved by the councils in the Conditions of admission.

Educational outcomes:

The following are the approved educational outcomes in the Technical Institute's Program for Business Administration according to academic reference standards for the specialty of management:

  1. Acquiring knowledge and understanding:

First - Human resources management:

  • Learning the principles, functions and theories of human resource management.
  •  Learning the nature of problems and the development needs of human resources and understanding what factors affect them.
  • Learning the concepts and processes related to how the human element is invested.

 

Second - Marketing Specialization:

  • Learn the principles and theories of marketing, its applications and its stages of development.
  • Learning the patterns of customers’ needs and desires and understanding what factors affect them.
  • Understanding the complementarity between the components of the marketing mix and its relationship to achieving the goals of the organization.

Third - Finance and Banking Competence:

  • Learning the basic theories in financial management and accounting and the mechanisms for their application.
  • Understanding the mechanism of business operations and its relationship to the surrounding economic, legal, regulatory-and other-environment.
  • Learning about corporate governance systems and mechanisms.
  • Learning the basics of financial decision-making: financing, investment and dividend distribution.
  • Learning about banking services in all their traditional and Islamic forms.
  • Understanding the mechanism of financial institutions in all its forms: banks, insurance companies, financial markets and associated financial intermediation companies, microfinance institutions and others.
  • Learning about the risks facing business enterprises and understand how to manage them.

2. Mental Skills:

First - Human resources management:

  • The ability to analyze and understand the needs of the institution and the needs of workers, and participating in its interpretation through human resource management functions.
  • Ability to interpret the implications of numbers and data for HRM functions.

Second - Marketing Specialization:

  • The ability to analyze and understand customers' needs and desires, and participate in their translation with appropriate products and marketing options.
  • The ability to interpret the implications of numbers and marketing data.

 

Third - Finance and Banking:

  • The ability to quantitatively analyze financial and banking data.
  • The ability to explain specific financial phenomena that business enterprises may encounter.
  • The ability to link between various variables, especially the internal ones, such as financial, organizational and administrative variables.
  • The ability to analyze financial alternatives: investment and financing.

 

3. Professional and practical skills:

First - The competence of human resources management:

  • Assisting in business analysis and design.
  • Organizing selection and employing procedures.
  • Helping in developing HR plans that serve business goals.
  • Monitoring the implementation of development and training plans.
  • Assisting in the evaluation of the performance of workers.
  • Helping in building compensation systems, motivating employees and raising their performance level.

Second - Marketing Specialization:

  • The ability to use customer communication techniques and product promotion techniques.
  • Assisting in developing marketing plans that serve business goals.
  • Assisting in evaluating marketing performance and monitoring the implementation of marketing plans.

 

Third - Finance and Banking:

  • The ability to prepare, present and discuss specialized financial reports.
  • The ability to perform jobs and banking.
  • Assisting in assessing the financial performance of business enterprises.
  • Helping to build investment and financing portfolios.
  • Assisting in managing risks facing business and financial decision-making.

4. General and transferable skills:

  • The ability to self-manage, individual initiative and personal motivation.
  • The ability to manage time effectively.
  • The ability to communicate, influence and deliver ideas and results and present them using appropriate means.
  • The ability to work in a team effectively.
  • The ability to interact positively with others with different personality, styles and different fields of work.
  • Possessing self-awareness, cultural openness, acceptance of others, and adapting to others.
  • Gaining positive values ​​in practice, such as honesty, integrity, credibility at work, justice and equality.

Demonstrating personal commitment and responsibility in completing business according to profession standards and ethics.

Courses list: 

Classification of Courses: We list in the following tables a list of the names of courses in each discipline, their classification and their scientific levels, including:

  • The code for each course (see Appendix Document - Annex I) – ID
  • Course name in Arabic
  • Course name in English
  • Pre-requisite which refer to courses to be studied before studying the course.
  • The number of hours of theoretical communication required to deliver the course - CHTC (see the appendix for the credit hour calculation mechanism in the Annex-Annex II document);
  • The number of hours of practical communication required to communicate the decision - CHPC (see the appendix for the credit hour calculation mechanism in the Annex-Annex II document);
  • The number of hours of effort required to understand the course corresponding to the number of theoretical communication hours - WLTC (see Appendix to the credit hour calculation mechanism in the Appendices-Appendix II document)
  • The number of hours of effort required to understand the course corresponding to the number of hours of practical communication - WLPC (see the appendix for the credit hour calculation mechanism in the Appendices-Appendix II document);
  • the total number of hours required to study the course-THC (see the appendix for the mechanism for calculating accredited units - Appendix II)
  • The number of credits for the course -CRDC calculated according to the mechanism for calculating accredited units (see the annex to the mechanism for calculating accredited units - Appendix II);
  • Level of qualification (see the Annex to the Qualification Levels in the Appendices document - Annex III).

 

First- General Courses Block:

Code

Course Name in English

Course Name in Arabic

Pre-requisite

CHTC

CHPC

WLTC

WLPC

THC

CRDC

Level

GMA401

Mathematics

رياضيات

None

24

24

36

24

108

5

4

GMA402

Probability &Statistics

الإحصاء و الاحتمالات

None

24

24

36

24

108

5

4

GBS301

Introduction to e-learning

التعليم الإلكتروني

None

24

18

24

12

78

4

3

GBS302

Computer Skills

مهارات الحاسوب

None

24

24

24

18

90

4

3

GBL401

Business Law

قانون الأعمال

None

24

18

36

12

90

4

4

GMA403

Economic and Administrative Mathematics

الرياضيات الاقتصادية والإدارية

GMA401, GMA402

24

24

36

24

108

5

4

GBS303

Career Preparation

تحضير السيرة المهنية

None

18

12

18

6

50

2

3

GBS504

Computer Applications in Management

تطبيقات حاسوبية في الإدارة

GMA401, GBS302, GMA402

24

24

36

24

108

5

5

Eng1

English Level 1

اللغة الإنكليزية مستوى 1

None

18

24

18

12

72

3

3

Eng2

English Level 2

اللغة الإنكليزية مستوى 2

Eng1

18

24

18

12

72

3

3

Eng3

English Level 3

اللغة الإنكليزية مستوى 3

Eng2

18

24

18

12

72

3

4

 

Second- Main Courses Block

 

Course Code

Course Name in English

Course Name in Arabic

Prerequisite

CHTC

CHPC

WLTC

WLPC

THC

CRDC

Level

BAC401

Accounting Principles (1)

مبادئ محاسبة(1)

None

24

24

36

24

108

5

4

BMN401

Fundamentals of Management

أساسيات الإدارة

None

24

18

36

18

96

4

4

BEC401

The History of Economic Thought

تاريخ الفكر الاقتصادي

None

24

18

48

18

108

5

4

BMK401

Introduction to Marketing

مدخل إلى التسويق

BMN401

24

18

48

18

108

5

4

BHR401

Human Resources Management

إدارة الموارد البشرية

BMN401

24

18

48

18

108

5

4

BAC402

Accounting Principles (2)

مبادئ محاسبة (2)

BAC401

24

24

36

24

108

5

4

BQM501

Operations Management

إدارة العمليات

GMA403, BMN401

24

24

48

18

114

5

5

BFB401

Principles of Financial Management

مبادئ الإدارة المالية

BMN401, BAC402

24

24

48

18

114

5

4

BMN503

Organization Theory

نظرية المنظمة

BMN401

24

18

48

18

108

5

5

BAC506

Administrative Accounting

المحاسبة الإدارية

BAC402

24

24

42

24

114

5

5

Third- Marketing Courses Block:

Course Code

Course Name in English

Course Name in Arabic

Prerequisite

CHTC

CHPC

WLTC

WLPC

THC

CRDC

Level

BMK502

Consumer Behavior

سلوك المستهلك

BMK401

24

24

48

18

108

5

5

BMK603

Services Marketing

تسويق الخدمات

BMK502

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BMK604

Product and Brand Management

إدارة المنتج والعلامة التجارية

BMK502

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BMK605

Sales Management

إدارة المبيعات

BMK502

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BMK606

Pricing and Distribution

التسعير والتوزيع

BMK502

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BMK607

Integrated Marketing Communications

الاتصالات التسويقية المتكاملة

BMK502

30

24

54

24

132

6

6

Fourth- Human Resources courses Block

Course Code

Course Name in English

Course Name in Arabic

Prerequisite

CHTC

CHPC

WLTC

WLPC

THC

CRDC

Level

BHR502

Organizational Behavior

السلوك التنظيمي

BHR401

24

24

48

18

114

5

5

BHR604

Human resource training

التدريب والتطوير

BHR401

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BHR605

Employment management

إدارة التوظيف

BHR401

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BHR606

Managerial Leadership

القيادة الإدارية

BHR401

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BHR607

Career Path Management

إدارة المسار المهني

BHR604. Eng3

36

24

54

24

138

6

6

BHR610

Teamwork Management

إدارة فرق العمل

BHR606

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

Fifth-Finance and Banking courses block:

Course Code

Course Name in English

Course Name in Arabic

Prerequisite

CHTC

CHPC

WLTC

WLPC

THC

CRDC

Level

BAC603

Accounting for Partnership Companies

محاسبة شركات الأشخاص

BAC402

24

24

48

24

120

5

6

BFB503

Financial Management of Enterprises

الإدارة المالية للشركات

BFB401

24

24

48

18

114

5

5

BAC605

Accounting for Corporations

محاسبة شركات الأموال

BAC603

24

24

48

24

120

5

6

BFB604

Management of Financial Institutions

إدارة  مؤسسات مالية

BFB401

24

24

48

18

114

5

6

BFB605

Financial Analysis

تحليل مالي

BFB401, Eng3

36

24

54

24

138

6

6

BFB607

Banking

خدمات مصرفية

BFB401

30

24

54

24

132

6

6