FACULTY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND HUMANITIES (FIBH) GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

A student should successfully complete a minimum of 140 credit hours to earn the Bachelor degree in Business, with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0. Graduation requirements should meet the following structure:

SUBJECT AREA NUMBER OF CREDIT HOURS PERCENTAGE OF THE TOTAL REQUIREMENTS
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS (LIBERAL ARTS) 28 20%
MATHEMATICS, STATISTICS AND IT 33 24%
BUSINESS CORE COURSES 41 29%
SPECIALIZATION COURSES (INCLUDING INTERNSHIP AND GRADUATION PROJECT) 38 27%
TOTAL 140 100%

UNIVERSITY LIBERAL ARTS REQUIREMENTS (UR)

This is one of the main distinct features of the E-JUST undergraduate programs that makes such programs in business and humanities, as well as in engineering, different from all other programs offered by Egyptian universities.

The focus of E-JUST liberal arts requirements is on:

    Creativity and decision making by allowing freedom of thinking

    Logical and critical thinking.

    Multidisciplinary and synthesizing.

    Promotion of diversity by learning various ways of explaining ideas and phenomena.

    Soft skills including leadership qualities.

The pedagogy used include:

    Students centered by maintaining small size classes.

    Active learning through group work, discussions, projects, and problem solving.

    Reflection of one’s learning.

    Allowing students to interact with others beyond their major.

These requirements are specified to help building the knowledge and skills needed for the business and social leaders of tomorrow.

The weight of the University liberal arts requirements for FIBH students is 28 credit hours. Ten core Courses (20 Credit Hours) and four elective courses (8 credit hours)

Core Courses (20 Credit Hours)

Each student has to take the following 12 core courses, each one with 2 credit hours, except for the Japanese language course (one credit hours). These courses are classified as follows:

    Arts and Humanities

    LRA 101 Japanese Culture

    LRA 102 Introduction to Philosophy

    LRA 103 Fine Arts Appreciation, Drawings and Paintings

    Social Sciences

    LRA 201 Introduction to Economics and Sustainable Development

    LRA 202 Peace studies

    Natural Sciences

    LRA 301 Environment and Earth Science

    Key Skills

    LRA 401 Japanese Language (1) (one credits)

    LRA 402 Japanese Language (2) (one credits)

    LRA 403 Japanese Language (3) (one credits)

    LRA 404 Japanese Language (4) (one credits)

    LRA 405 Key skills seminar (1)

    LRA 406 Key skills seminar (2)

UR (Liberal Arts) Elective Courses:

The student is free to select four courses one form each of the following four categories of A, B, C and D.

    A ) Arts and Humanities

    LRA 104 Music and Technology

    LRA 105 Theater and Drama

    LRA 106 Physical Education

    LRA 107 Selected topics in Japanese arts

    LRA 108 Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt

    LRA 109 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

    LRA 110 Modern Egyptian History

    B ) Social Sciences

    LRA 203 Entrepreneurship and Innovation

    LRA 204 Public Policy

    LRA 205 Egyptian business Regulations

    LRA 206 Sociology of work

    LRA 207 African and Middle Eastern studies

    C ) Natural Sciences

    LRA 302 Introduction to life sciences

    LRA 303 Introduction to Environmental Biology

    LRA 304 Water and politics in Africa and middle East

    LRA 305 Astronomy

    LRA 306 Natural Resources and sustainability

    D ) Key Skills

    LRA 407 English Language (Zero credits)

    LRA 408 Arabic Language

    LRA 409 Research Methods

    LRA 410 Fundamentals of Communication

    LRA 411 Transformational Leadership

FACULTY REQUIREMENTS:

The weight of the Faculty requirements is equivalent to 15 credit hours. Five courses are compulsory (13 Credit Hours) and one elective course (2 Credit Hours).

Compulsory Courses (13 Credit Hours)

ECO121 Macroeconomics with International Applications 3 Credit Hours
CRC242 Introduction to Human Behavior 2 Credit Hours
HRM241 Human Resources Management 3 Credit Hours
MGT351 Introduction to International Business 3 Credit Hours
CRC361 Japanese Business and Management Practices 2 Credit Hours

Elective Courses (2 Credit Hours)

One Elective Course (2 Cr. Hr.) from FIBH

SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (SIB) REQUIREMENTS

The weight of the requirements of International Business is equivalent to 59 core credit hours.

MTH111 Mathematics (1) 3 Credit Hours
ECO111 Microeconomics 3 Credit Hours
ACC111 Accounting Principles 3 Credit Hours
MGT 111 Principles of Management 3 Credit Hours
MTH121 Mathematics (2) 3 Credit Hours
ACC121 Introduction to Management Accounting 3 Credit Hours
STA231 Business Statistics (1) 2 Credit Hours
MGT231 Organizational Behavior with International Applications 3 Credit Hours
LAW231 Business Law 2 Credit Hours
MKT231 Introduction to Marketing 3 Credit Hours
STA241 Business Statistics (2) 2 Credit Hours
FIN 241 Introduction to Finance 3 Credit Hours
ACC351 Costing Systems 3 Credit Hours
ACC 352 Introduction to Tax Accounting 2 Credit Hours
IME321 Operations Research 3 Credit Hours
IME 324 Management Information Systems 3 Credit Hours
MGT 321 Production and Operations Management 3 Credit Hours
FIN361 Financial Management and Control Systems 3 Credit Hours
MGT 471 Strategic Management 3 Credit Hours
MGT472 E-Business 3 Credit Hours
IME325 Supply Chain and Logistics Management 3 Credit Hours

GRADUATION SENIOR PROJECT (INTERNSHIP)

In the final two semesters, a major student should be engaged in one of the research to carry out his graduation project thesis. The graduation project weights 8 credit hours distributed equally at 2 semesters. One credit hour for the project is equivalent to 3 contact hours.