Program participants shall examine 12 courses, including seven compulsory courses, in addition to 5 elective courses (designed according to the participants' preferences).

  • Statistics and Research Methodology
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Managerial Economics
  • Strategic Management
  • Seminar
  • ERP and information management.
  • CRM strategy and planning.
  • Leadership or organizational behavior.
  • Human resources management or social responsibility.
  • Entrepreneurship or financing of pilot projects

Each participant must complete 36 credit hours. To graduate and obtain the certificate, each student needs to achieve a cumulative average of not less than 70%. The participant must conduct a research in the field of business or administration, and submit it as a research paper to defend it.