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Bangladesh Studies course is to give the students a through overview of this field, and the ways in which they are connected. Such a holistic overview of Bangladesh studies also involves an appreciation of the ways in which Bangladesh development factors are embedded within a range of broader historical, social, economic and political issues.

The student will gain a deep knowledge of Bangladesh history and culture that have shaped national identity, thus stimulate interest and enthusiasm for the study of the past. It aims to provide students with an advanced knowledge and understanding of the socio-economic development and international affairs issues of Bangladesh, along with an appreciation of the challenges and opportunities of where and how Bangladesh live.

Introduction to Development Studies is a multidisciplinary branch of social sciences that addresses issues of development in developing countries. It deals with socio-cultural, political, economic and environmental factors that impact societal changes.  The course is designed to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of development at local, regional, national and international levels.

Introduction to Development Studies is to give the students learn main theories, concepts and debates in the field of development studies. This course also helps students explore what can be done to promote development through constructive policies and projects, and learn to analyse the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental impacts of specific initiatives.

 

Bangladesh Studies course is to give the students a through overview of this field, and the ways in which they are connected. Such a holistic overview of Bangladesh studies also involves an appreciation of the ways in which Bangladesh development factors are embedded within a range of broader historical, social, economic and political issues.

The student will gain a deep knowledge of Bangladesh history and culture that have shaped national identity, thus stimulate interest and enthusiasm for the study of the past. It aims to provide students with an advanced knowledge and understanding of the socio-economic development and international affairs issues of Bangladesh, along with an appreciation of the challenges and opportunities of where and how Bangladesh live

This course expands upon the underlying framework and concepts of Principles of Accounting in the context of how accounting fits into the overall business environment of contemporary society. It aims to provide useful information to investors and lenders in determining company’s cash flows, assets, liabilities as well as owner’s equity and changes in them. Topics to be covered include basic concepts of financial accounting, current and long term assets and liabilities, accounting for partnership and joint stock companies, cash flow analysis, and financial statement analysis.

The course will provide the undergraduate students with an orientation to statistical procedures and applications in business. The course shall cover the following areas: basic principles and terminologies of statistics, significance and use of statistics in business, meaningful expression of data (i.e. frequency, range, mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation, kurtosis, skewness etc.), probability (i.e. types, mutually exclusive events, collectively exhaustive events, probabilities under statistical dependence & independence etc.), probability distribution (i.e. concept, discrete and continuous probability distribution, expected value & application etc.), sampling (i.e. significance and use of samples in statistics, probabilistic and non-probabilistic sampling techniques, central limit theorem, sampling distribution and applications etc.) and other relevant issues. The course shall pave the foundation for the study quantitative analyses in later courses (i.e. Business Statistics II).

This course will introduce to you the tools and techniques the finance managers utilize to take the key decisions surrounding investment, financing and dividend payments. It covers the nature and scope of financial management in terms of working capital management, long term investments, financing through short/long terms debts and capital structure (through dividend payment decision). It will prepare you with the theoretical and practical knowledge regarding the key financial management issues faced by a typical business organization in the private sector.

The course gives an introduction to business statistics which lays the foundation for advanced statistics course(s). Students will learn how to collect, analyze and represent data in efficient forms enabling data users to make prudent business decisions. After successful completion of the course, students are expected to understand introductory basic concepts of statistics, relate theories with practical examples and apply spreadsheet techniques for effective and efficient representation, and interpretation of sample data. 

This course will introduce you to fundamental financial concepts, tools used in financial analysis, and the institutional context in which financial decisions and transactions take place.  You will gain a fair idea about what Finance, as a core function in the organizations, tries to achieve in the overall context of maximizing the value of the organizations. Different types of financial instruments used in various markets to mobilize savings/deposits towards providing the funding for investments will be covered in this course. Finally, the course will make you ready for the subsequent courses in various areas of Finance as a discipline. 

This course builds up the advanced knowledge and capacities about pursuing business beyond the border. The course focuses on the unique set of environmental factors that makes international business significantly different and complex than that of domestic. The course provides insight and knowledge about the diversity of culture, legal systems, politics and trade policies that an international entrepreneur must have before entering into this challenging yet rewarding world of commerce.

The aim of this course is to provide an elementary understanding of the subjects related to accounting and lay a foundation for further specialization in this field. The primary focus of the course is to uncover the different variables used in accounting information and teach how this information is processed by managers/decision makers in today’s business world. Topics to be covered include journalizing transactions, setting up financial statements and undertaking basic valuation of assets.

This course expands upon the underlying framework and concepts of Principles of Accounting in the context of how accounting fits into the overall business environment of contemporary society. It aims to provide useful information to investors and lenders in determining company’s cash flows, assets, liabilities as well as owner’s equity and changes in them. Topics to be covered include basic concepts of financial accounting, current and long term assets and liabilities, accounting for partnership and joint stock companies, cash flow analysis, and financial statement analysis.

This course builds up the advanced knowledge and capacities about using statistics in the field of business decisions. The course illustrates the nature, scope, implications and techniques used in statistical analysis. The course also enhances the skills required for various advanced statistical calculations. This course is an extended step of Business Statistics I. Throughout the course, the different aspects of statistical analysis will be demonstrated through theoretical and practical perspective. Review topics will include descriptive statistics, probability theory, random variables, and probability distributions. Application topics will include sampling and sampling distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, partial and multiple correlation and regression, quality control, business forecasting and time series analysis, statistical decision theory and analysis of variance. Statistical computer analysis is integrated into the entire course. Students will learn how to use and interpret Excel for statistical analyses. Statistical software packages, such as PSPP will be used to assist the student in finding, understanding and interpreting the statistical results.

The course will provide the undergraduate students with an orientation to statistical procedures and applications in business. The course shall cover the following areas: basic principles and terminologies of statistics, significance and use of statistics in business, meaningful expression of data (i.e. frequency, range, mean, median, mode, variance, standard deviation, kurtosis, skewness etc.), probability (i.e. types, mutually exclusive events, collectively exhaustive events, probabilities under statistical dependence & independence etc.), probability distribution (i.e. concept, discrete and continuous probability distribution, expected value & application etc.), sampling (i.e. significance and use of samples in statistics, probabilistic and non-probabilistic sampling techniques, central limit theorem, sampling distribution and applications etc.) and other relevant issues. The course shall pave the foundation for the study quantitative analyses in later courses (i.e. Business Statistics II).

The aim of this course is to provide an elementary understanding of the subjects related to accounting and lay a foundation for further specialization in this field. The primary focus of the course is to uncover the different variables used in accounting information and teach how this information is processed by managers/decision makers in today’s business world. Topics to be covered include journalizing transactions, setting up financial statements and undertaking basic valuation of assets.