1st semester of 1st year
- Principles of Economics Ⅰ,Ⅱ
As an introductory course in business administration, it introduces the main theories of economics at a fundamental level.
In part Ⅰ, you will learn about microeconomics, including the law of supply and demand, consumer-producer theory, and market structure theory, focusing on the resource allocation ability of prices.
Part II is a macroeconomic theory that focuses on issues at the national level.
- Principles of Management
Understand the essential business administration concepts and modern companies' management principles.
In particular, we study the characteristics of modern industrial management, the types of managers, the nature of business administration, the business administration system, and the enterprise's form.
- Accounting Ⅰ,Ⅱ
What is accounting?
As a service-providing activity, it is a technical and analytical discipline and an information system.
The role of accounting as a service is to provide financial information that helps users make decisions about the allocation and utilization of resources.
As a technical and analytical discipline, accounting recognizes the large number of transactions and ideas that make up the economic activity of an economic entity. And it measures, classifies, and summarizes them according to certain principles. It is also responsible for converting them into concise, meaningful, and interrelated states so that they can be combined appropriately and reported to describe operations' financial position and results.
Accounting as an information system collects economic information about an economic entity and communicates it to the entity's stakeholders.
Therefore, it teaches the theory of identifying, measuring, and analyzing valuable information for decision-making in resource allocation to ensure that limited resources of individuals and organizations are efficiently distributed to maximize society's wealth and well-being.
2nd semester of 1st year
- Introduction to International Trade
- This course provides students majoring in trade studies with an overview of international trade's fundamental theories and practices and establishes a guideline and foundation for their major studies.
- e-Information System
This course introduces e-information systems that operate effectively in an e-business environment by discussing them from a technical and managerial perspective.
You will learn about the role of information systems in various management organizations, information technology infrastructure, strategic use of information systems, and ethical and social issues related to information systems development.