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Ramkhamhaeng University International Program (English Program):
Bachelor of Business Administration (English Program) B.B.A.
Major General Management: Course Descriptions of Major Requirements Courses
A study of the accounting development; basic accounting assumption; the analysis and recording of accounting entries according to the accounting principles for merchandising and servicing firms; purposes and uses of journal entries; ledgers, adjusting entries; closing entries, and the preparation of financial statements.
An intensive study of principles and procedures for cash, voucher system, notes receivable, manufacturing and accounting non-profit organizations single entry systems.
A study of various forms of business information and communication; the uses of technical terms to enable the students to understand business idioms used in each business division and to be an effective communicator of English both in domestic and international firms.
A detailed study and analysis of business idioms, knowledge from textbooks, articles, newspapers, periodicals and other types of English business documents in order for students to know the direction and change in various aspects of business such as accounting, marketing, management, finance, domestic and international finance.
EC 112 Macroeconomics
A study of personal and national income, consumption, saving investment, economic development, international trade, money and banking system, credit, inflation, deflation,public finance, monetary and fiscal policies, public debts,business cycle, and employment conditions.
A study of the managerial functions of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling in business enterprises; an analysis of the on-going process vital to achieving co-ordination among personnel in the attainment of company objectives.
GM303 Production and Operations Management
A study of the principles of decision analysis related to effective utilization of factors of production in manufacturing; related activities for both intermittent and continuous systems; the study of production organizations, analytical models and methods; facilities design; the design of control systems for production operations.
A study of tax factors relevant to various policies and operating decisions in business; Thailand's taxation of income; the taxing of corporations; the revenue code; export and import duties; excise tax.
A study of the objective and functions of the financial manager; the principles of acquiring funds and the use of financial instruments; the allocation funds for operations in order to achieve the financial objectives and making financial decisions.
A study of the meaning, importance, roles and finances of marketing to economies and social; marketing institutions; marketing environments; marketing systems consumer behavior; market segmentation; marketing mix strategy and specific marketing topics.
A study of the use of accounting information for management decision making; financial statement analyses; the report to management for decision-making in the area of production, investment, pricing, profit planning and control; cost-volume-profit analysis; the use of standard cost as a tool for performance appraisal.
GM204 Human Resource Management
A study of the principles and techniques of personnel management, including organization and responsibilities in this area; the relationship between personnel administration and other areas of administration; morale and motivation; recruitment; selection and training of personnel; performance rating; promotion; transfer of personnel and disciplinary actions.
GM307 Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making
A study of the application of business mathematics for business decisions; quantitative analysis tools for management decisions, including though the maximum expected profit; some formula used in obtaining the optimum order-size; probability theories; decision trees, inventory model, linear programming; PERT; Markov analysis; games theory; queuing theory; simulation.
GM308 Labor Relations and Industry
A study of the development of labor relations; theories of labor unions; employer association; the history of labor relations in Thailand; factors influencing the relationship between employer and employees including labor unions, negotiation, labor laws, labor protection, and other organization problems affecting labor relations. Problems in labor relation affecting the management and business operations.
GM315 Office Management
A study of the functions and the importance of office management in the business organization and government agencies; office planning and operation, including office layout, filling, communication, system improvement, and the techniques to furnish the office and to handle office equipment effectively.
GM403 Small Business Management
A study of how to stimulate creative entrepreneurship in small businesses; a consideration of management problems faced by founders, owners, managers, and investors in small businesses; problems of establishment of new enterprises; acquisition, financing operation; sales management; organizing; planning and growth.
GM406 International Business
A study of theories of international business using demand and supply approaches; balance of payment and balance of trade of Thailand; foreign trade policies and the practice of import-export.
GM408 Business Planning Executive Control
A study of the principles, techniques of tools of business short-term and long-term planning and control processes; budgeting as a managerial tool for analysis, planning, organizing, coordination, motivating, and controlling; the development of business budgeting.
GM413 Wages and Compensation Administration
A study of the general nature of compensation in the industrial organization; the definition of wages and compensation in other kinds; wage structure, determination, and policy; different types of wages payments and the labor motivation objective; the impost of wage change to the nation investments, economic and social development; problems resulting from unemployment; the adaptation by the business organization as a result of change in the environment.
GM425 Human Behavior in Organizations
A socio-psychological study of the human and organization behavior in order to make an effective analysis to solve organizational problems; a close look at various organizational factors that can affect human behavior in organizations, such as learning attitude, motivation, leadership, communication, discipline, individual and group relations to avoid possible organizational conflicts.
MB303 Money and Banking
A study of the role of money and banking in an economy; the development of a monetary system; credit system; central banks; commercial banks and bank activities; quantity of money an price levels; inflation and deflation; the principles of the international monetary system.
Institute of International Studies (IIS-RU), Ramkhamhaeng University, RU Printing Press Building 7th floor, Huamark, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240