School of Business & Economics

Dean’s Message:

  • Welcome to the Business and Economic School at Badr University in Cairo. Here, we prepare students for
    Prof. Dr. Abdulrahman Alian
    Prof. Dr. Abdulrahman Alian

    leadership roles, fosters entrepreneurial growth, and conducts cutting-edge research that informs business practice. We prepare students to become experts in their chosen field, ready for practice on graduation day.

  • We teach students to think deeply, broadly, creatively, analytically—to seek out new ideas every day and to become lifelong learners. We also produce leaders who are engaged with urgent social and ethical challenges in contemporary business and society.
  • Business and Economics School Teaching Staff lead students on their adventure of deep learning and personal development. They bring their passions for their fields of study and their rigorous methodologies into the classroom. And our top-notch students respond in kind. They learn from the way our faculty members frame problems, put forward hypotheses, and offer evidence rather than mere supposition—critical lessons for future leaders. They draw connections between their fields of growing expertise and the wider world. Our students don’t just become technically proficient in their chosen careers (which they all do). They learn how to make a difference, wherever they go.
  • I invite you to learn more about our distinctive approach to Business and economics education at our School.

Dean’s Biography:

Dean’s name: Prof. Dr. Abdulrahman Alian , Professor of Cost Accounting, PhD. Degree from the University of

Sheffield, United Kingdom.  Master Degree From University Of Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Professional experience:

  • Dean of the Supreme Council for Economy and Environment.
  • Consultant to the Egyptian Minister of Finance.
  • Economic Consultant to the Minister of Awqaf.
  • Economic Consultant to the Ministry of Health.
  • Expert in pricing, performance accounting and training programs.
  • Author of many books and researches in theories of accounting, management accounting, bank accounting and internal control.
  • Member of the Research and Development Department, King Fahd bin Abdulaziz University – Jeddah – Saudi Arabia
  • Member of: the European Accountants Association – American Accountants Association – Egyptian Association of Accountants- Arab Management Accountants Association- the Egyptian American Committee for the Development of Egyptian Taxes.

Mission

  • Raising the efficiency of the institutional capacity to improve the competitive situation.
  • Supporting and strengthening the educational system.
  • Expanding support and promotion of the Faculty’s internationalization programs.
  • The development of a scientific research system and support for post graduate programs.
  • Expanding in the fields of community service and environmental development.

The faculty offers several programs:

  • Department of Accounting:
  • Sc. in Accounting.
  • Department of Economics:
  • Sc. in Economics.
  • Department of management:
  • Sc. in Business Administration (General Path).
  • Sc. in Finance and Financial Institutions.
  • Sc. In Marketing.
  • Sc. in Human Resources Management.

B.Sc. in Accounting:

Career Potentials of BUC Business and Economics Graduates

This bachelor program is aimed for students who are eager to prepare for leading positions in the areas of accounting. This degree program combines the strongly interlinked disciplines of accounting, controlling, corporate finance and corporate taxation. Students will be able to carry out demanding specialist and management tasks in both nationwide and international companies across all industries, as well as areas of business consulting, tax consulting or auditing, finance and accounting.

Core Competencies of Graduates

  • Theoretical, methodological practical qualifications & practical skills supporting a career in banking, accounting or finance.
  • Equipped to take on roles handling a wide range of finance related activities including corporate finance and capital markets.

Job Profiles

  • Accountant / International Accountant
  • External Auditor
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Finance consultant
  • Public finance accountant
  • Credit Analyst
  • Investment banker
  • Treasurer
  • Financial Analyst

Requirements for obtaining a B.Sc. in Accounting

(132 Credit Hours):                                         

  • 18 Credit Hours _            University Requirement
  • 54 Credit Hours        _            Required Courses
  • 36 Credit Hours _            Major requirement
  • 18 Credit Hours _   Supportive Courses from outside the department.

 

Accounting program Study Plan:

Major Requirements: (Compulsory)(36 Hrs.)
CodeCourse TitleCrPrerequisiteCode
321Intermediate Accounting (1).3Principles of Accounting (2)122
322Intermediate Accounting (2).3Intermediate Accounting (1).321
323 Cost Accounting.3Principles of Accounting  (2)122
424Cost Accounting systems3 Cost Accounting.323
325Principles of Auditing3Principle of Accounting (1)121
425Electronic Accounting3Principles of Auditing325
326Government Accounting.3Principles of Accounting  (2)122
422Tax Accounting3Principles of Accounting  (2)122
327Managerial Accounting3 Cost Accounting.323
423Financial Institutions Accounting3Principles of Accounting  (2)122
427Accounting Information System3Intermediate Accounting (2).322
428Accounting Theory3Intermediate Accounting (2).322
Supportive Courses from inside and outside the Department(18 Hrs.)
(A)   Required courses (12 Credit Hrs.)
324International Accounting3Intermediate Accounting (1).321
332Financial Analysis3Principles of Finance231
335Management of Islamic Financial Institutions3Financial Analysis332
Or Financial Management331
430Seminar in Accounting3Pass At Least 100 Credit Hours
(B)   Restricted Elective Courses (6 Credit Hrs.) from the following:
354Purchasing and Inventory Management ( Supply Chain Management)3Principles of Management151
331Financial Management3Principles of Finance231
319Economics of Money and Banking3Principles of Macroeconomics112
313Public Finance3Principles of Macroeconomics112
351Human Resource Management3Principles of Management151
301Financial Mathematics3Pure Math101
331Financial Management3Principles of Finance231
(C)     Free Courses From any Department (6 Credit hours)

B.Sc. in Finance and Financial Institutions:

This bachelor program is aimed for students who are eager to prepare for leading positions in the areas of finance and banking. This degree program will assess the value of strategic decisions and gain a broader understanding of the interaction between business strategy and financial strategy. Students will achieve a more sophisticated view of how the tools of modern finance can be used to evaluate investment opportunities, make capital structure and capital management decisions, and drive organizational value.

Core Competencies of Graduates

  • Use modern valuation techniques to evaluate investment opportunities
  • Gain a sophisticated understanding of how to use financial statements to assess your organization and its competitors
  • Learn how optimizing management of capital can affect firm value
  • Communicate more effectively with other financial executives and external stakeholders

Job profiles:

  • Investment Banking.
  • Stock markets.
  • Risk Management.
  • Asset management.
  • Project Finance.
  • Private Equity/Venture Capital

Requirements for obtaining a B.Sc. in Finance and Financial Institutions (132 Credit Hours)

  • 18 Credit Hours _            University Requirement
  • 54 Credit Hours        _            Required Courses
  • 30 Credit Hours _            Major Requirement
  • 24 Credit Hours _   Supportive Courses from outside the department.

Finance and Financial Institutions program Study Plan:

Major Requirements: (Compulsory)(30 Hrs.)
CodeCourse TitleCrPrerequisiteCode
351Human Resource Management3Principles of Management151
341Marketing Management3Principles of Marketing241
331Financial Management3Principles of Finance231
354Purchasing and Inventory Management3Principles of Management151
353Leadership and Decision Making3Organizational Behavior152
332Financial Analysis3Principles of Finance231
352Organizational Development3Organizational Behavior152
453Entrepreneurship and Family Business3Principles of Management151
451International Business3Principles of Management151
452Computer Application for Managerial Sciences3Management Information Systems252
Supportive Courses from inside and outside the Department(24 Hrs.)
(A)    Required courses (18 Credit Hrs.)
334Investment and Portfolio Management3Financial Management331
432Security Exchange Management3Financial Markets and Institutional Management333
336Cash Flow Management3Financial Management331
431International Financial Management3Financial Management331
331Financial Markets and Institutions Management3Financial Management331
430Seminar in Finance and Financial Markets and Institutions3Achieving 100 Credit Hours
(B)    Restricted Elective Courses (6 Credit Hrs.) from the following:
455Project Management3Principles of Management151
434Financial Derivatives3Investment and Portfolio Management334
319Economics of Money and Banking3Principles of Macroeconomics112
423Financial Institutions Accounting3Principles of Accounting  (2)122
335Management of Islamic Financial Institutions3Financial Management331
301Financial Mathematics3Pure Math101
(C)      Free Courses From any Department (6 Credit hours)

B.Sc. in Marketing:

Marketing is the act of engaging consumers of a certain product through the use of electronic devices such as: smart phones, computers, digital billboards, tablets, game consoles and cell phones among other electronic devices. The need to develop digital marketing professionals has become a necessity since the world is changing rapidly. Studying Digital Marketing prepares students for interactive marketing skills through creativity and application of modern digital media to promote sales and profits

This course helps bring together the aspects of digital media and creativity in marketing as well business promotion. And it offers students an opportunity to learn the skills of creating, processing and manipulating the digital content through modern technologies so as to bring about effective communication. Graduates from the Business Administration Digital Marketing degree can pursue a number of career lines such as digital marketing, web design, and digital graphic design among others.

 

Core Competencies of Graduates

  • Theoretical, methodological practical qualifications & practical skills supporting a modern marketing orientated career.
  • Equipped to take on roles handling a wide range of business communication activities including digital marketing analytics & social media management.

Job profiles

  • Marketing Specialist / Research
  • Online/Digital Marketing
  • Performance Marketing
  • Social Media
  • Digital Analytics
  • Data Analyst
  • Distribution Manager
  • Public Relations

Requirements for obtaining a B.Sc. in Marketing (132 Credit Hours) :

  • 18 Credit Hours _            University Requirement
  • 54 Credit Hours        _            Required Courses
  • 30 Credit Hours _            Major Requirement
  • 24 Credit Hours _   Supportive Courses from outside the department.

 

Marketing program Study Plan :

Major Requirements: (Compulsory)(30 Hrs.)
CodeCourse TitleCrPrerequisiteCode
351Human Resource Management3Principles of Management151
341Marketing Management3Principles of Marketing241
331Financial Management3Principles of Finance231
354Purchasing and Inventory Management3Principles of Management151
353Leadership and Decision Making3Organizational Behavior152
332Financial Analysis3Principles of Finance231
352Organizational Development3Organizational Behavior152
453Entrepreneurship and Family Business3Principles of Management151
451International Business3Principles of Management151
452Computer Application for Managerial Sciences3Management Information Systems252
Supportive Courses from inside and outside the Department(24 Hrs.)
(A)    Required courses (18 Credit Hrs.)
441Marketing Research3Principles of Marketing241
346Consumer Behavior

 

3Marketing Management341
343Distribution Channels Management3Principles of Marketing241
442International Marketing3Marketing Management341
443Electronic Marketing3Marketing Management341
430Seminar in Marketing Management3Achieving 100 Credit Hours
(B)    Restricted Elective Courses (6 Credit Hrs.) from the following:
344Service Marketing3Marketing Management341
316International Economics3Principles of Macroeconomics112
320Contemporary Economic Blocks3Principles of Macroeconomics112
355Management of Small & Medium Size Enterprises3Principles of Management151
444Promotion and Advertising Management3Principles of Marketing241
(C)      Free Courses From any Department (6 Credit hours)

B.Sc. in Human Resource Management:

 

This bachelor program is aimed for students who are eager to prepare for leading positions in the areas of HR. focus on critically assessing the role of human resources in modern organizations, from hiring procedures to strategies for motivating employees, and systems for developing and retaining talent. In addition to lectures, seminars and classes, you may also have the opportunity to learn through practical experience. For example, you may be offered an internship or work placement in the HR department of an organization, allowing you to gain valuable first-hand experience of HR careers.

Job profile:

HR specialist

Compensation and Benefits Manager

Bank

Requirements for obtaining a B.Sc. in Human Resource Management (132 Credit Hours) :

  • 18 Credit Hours _            University Requirement
  • 54 Credit Hours        _            Required Courses
  • 30 Credit Hours _            Major Requirement
  • 24 Credit Hours _   Supportive Courses from outside the department.

 

Human Resource Management Study Plan :

Major Requirements: (Compulsory)(30 Hrs.)
CodeCourse TitleCrPrerequisiteCode
351Human Resource Management3Principles of Management151
341Marketing Management3Principles of Marketing241
331Financial Management3Principles of Finance231
354Purchasing and Inventory Management3Principles of Management151
353Leadership and Decision Making3Organizational Behavior152
332Financial Analysis3Principles of Finance231
352Organizational Development3Organizational Behavior152
453Entrepreneurship and Family Business3Principles of Management151
451International Business3Principles of Management151
452Computer Application for Managerial Sciences3Management Information Systems252
Supportive Courses from inside and outside the Department(24 Hrs.)
(A)Required courses (18 Credit Hrs.)
356Human Resource Planning3Human Resource Management351
454Human Resource Development3Human Resource Management351
357Compensation Management3Human Resource Management351
358Recruitment and Selection Management3Human Resource Management351
456Productivity and Performance Appraisal Management3Human Resource Management351
430Seminar in Management and Human Resources3Achieving 100 Credit Hours
(B)    Restricted Elective Courses (6 Credit Hrs.) from the following:
355Management of Small & Medium Size Enterprises3Principles of Management151
455Project Management3Principles of Management151
311Managerial Economics3Principles of Microeconomics111
333Financial Markets & Institution Management3Financial Management331
457Industrial Relations & Labor Laws3Human Resource Management351
(C)    Free Courses From any Department (6 Credit hours)

B.Sc. in Economics:

This bachelor program is designed to prepare students to be economists with an understanding of a wide range of economics subjects and equipped with the necessary analytical tools to do so. To also become experts in the economic development and policy making of the Middle East region. Our graduate will be economists with a strong foundation in quantitative and financial economics. The curriculum offers a wide range of courses pertaining to the different aspects of the economy in theory and practice that specifically address the challenges of economic development and prospects of policy making in the Middle East region. The program also provides rigorous and advanced courses in econometric theory and application and in financial economics.

Job profile:

Economic Consultant

Credit Analyst

Financial Analyst

Banks

Investment companies

Stock markets

 

Requirements for obtaining a B.Sc. in Economics (132 Credit Hours) :

  • 18 Credit Hours _            University Requirement
  • 54 Credit Hours        _            Required Courses
  • 36 Credit Hours _            Major Requirement
  • 18 Credit Hours _   Supportive Courses from outside the department.

 

Economics program study plane:

 

Major Requirements: (Compulsory)(36 Hrs.)
CodeCourse TitleCrPrerequisiteCode
311Managerial Economics3Principles of Microeconomics111
312Economic Planning & Development (1)3Principles of Macroeconomics112
414Econometrics3Principles of Statistics102
411Economics of Social services3Economic Planning & Development (1)312
315Economics of Infrastructure3Principles of Macroeconomics112
320Contemporary of Economics Blocks3International Economics316
314Labor Economics3Principles of Macroeconomics112
415Economics of Industry and Energy3Principles of Macroeconomics112
317History of Economics Thoughts3Principles of Macroeconomics112
318International Economic Organization3Principles of Macroeconomics112
319Economics of Money and Banking3Principles of Macroeconomics112
316International Economics3Principles of Macroeconomics112
Supportive Courses from inside and outside the Department(18 Hrs.)
(A)    Required courses (12 Credit Hrs.)
313Public Finance3Principles of Macroeconomics112
412Economic Planning and Development (2)3Economic Planning & Development (1)312
413Mathematical Economics3Principles of Microeconomics111
430Seminar in economics3Pass At Least 100 Credit Hours
(B)    Restricted Elective Courses (6 Credit Hrs.) from the following:
455Project Management3Principles of Management151
416Islamic Economic3Principles of Macroeconomics112
417Environmental and Resources Economics3Principles of Macroeconomics112
341Marketing Management3Principles of Marketing241
331Financial Management3Principles of Finance231
455Project Management3Principles of Management151
416Islamic Economic3Principles of Macroeconomics112
(C)      Free Courses From any Department (6 Credit hours)

B.Sc. in Economics & Political sciences:

Requirements for obtaining a B.Sc. in Economics & Political sciences (132 Credit Hours) :

  • 18 Credit Hours _            University Requirement
  • 54 Credit Hours        _            Required Courses
  • 36 Credit Hours _            Major Requirement
  • 21 Credit Hours _   Supportive Courses from outside the department.
Major Requirements: (Compulsory)(36 Hrs.)
CodeCourse TitleCrPrerequisiteCode
311Managerial Economics3Principles of Microeconomics111
312Economic Planning & Development (1)3Principles of Macroeconomics112
414Econometrics3Principles of Statistics102
411Economics of Social services3Economic Planning & Development (1)312
315Economics of Infrastructure3Principles of Macroeconomics112
320Contemporary of Economics Blocks3International Economics316
314Labor Economics3Principles of Macroeconomics112
415Economics of Industry and Energy3Principles of Macroeconomics112
317History of Economics Thoughts3Principles of Macroeconomics112
318International Economic Organization3Principles of Macroeconomics112
319Economics of Money and Banking3Principles of Macroeconomics112
316International Economics3Principles of Macroeconomics112
Supportive Courses from inside and outside the Department(18 Hrs.)
(A)    Required courses (15 Credit Hrs.)
470International Relations 3Introduction to political sciences170
471International Organizations 3Introduction to political sciences170
472Political Theory 3Introduction to political sciences170
473Comparative Political Systems 3Introduction to political sciences170
474Political Development Introduction to political sciences170
(B)    Restricted Elective Courses (6 Credit Hrs.) from the following:
475International Relations 3Introduction to political sciences170
476International Organizations 3Introduction to political sciences170
477Political Theory 3Introduction to political sciences170
478Comparative Political Systems 3Introduction to political sciences170
475International Relations 3Introduction to political sciences170
(C)      Free Courses From any Department (6 Credit hours)

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