Education Degree in Educational Planning & Management 

1.  Objectives of the program

The main objectives of the Bachelor of Arts Degree program in Educational planning and Management are to:-

 

  • Train students with the practices of educational planning and management
  • Train educational planners, managers and supervisors who would assume management positions and responsibilities
  • Train educational planners and managers who can generate, mange and utilize educational resources effectively and efficiently.
  • Train educational planners who can initiate educational changes and innovation to address local and regional needs and realities.
  • Produce professionals who can promote community involvement by establishing a strong link with locality and initiate and mange educational innovations and changes.
  • Train students with skills of educational research
  • Promote students in the sense of professionalism in educational planning and management. Produce teachers who will teach at the secondary schools in addition, to satisfying the above objectives.

           Bachelor of Education Degree in Educational Planning & Management ( English Minor )

    Major Courses

 

 

Course Code

Course Title

Cr. Hrs

Pre requisite

 

EdPM 201

Educational Management

4

 

 

EdPM 202

School & the Community

2

EdPM  201

 

EdPM 203

Management of Adult & Non Formal Education

3

EdPM  202

 

EdPM 221

Principles of Curriculum Inquiry

3

EdPM  203

 

EdPM 222

Basics of teachers Professional Development

2

EdPM  221

 

EdPM 211

Measurement & Evaluation

3

EdPM 203

 

EdPM 212

General Methods of Teaching

3

EdPM  211

 

EdPM 213

Educational Research

3

EdPM 201

 

EdPM 251

Economics of Education

3

 

 

EdPM 232

Educational Psychology

3

EdPM  212

 

EdPM 233

Guidance and Counseling

3

EdPM  232

 

EdPM 241

Developmental psychology

3

 

 

EdPM 242

Introduction to Sociology  & social Administration

3

 

 

EdPM 301

Educational Supervision

3

EdPM  232

 

EdPM 303

Macro Planning in Education

3

EdPM  301

 

EdPM 361

School Mapping & Micro Planning in Education

3

EdPM  303

 

EdPM 321

Instructional Media & Communication

3

EdPM  212

 

EdPM 341

Educational Organization & Management I

4

EdPM   201

 

EdPM 342

Educational Organization & Management II

4

EdPM  341

 

EdPM 352

Psychology of Persons with Disabilities

3

EdPM  241

 

EdPM 401

 Human Resource Management in Education

3

 

 

EdPM 411

Financial & Property Management  in Education

3

EdPM  401

 

EdPM 431

Internship

3

EdPM  342

 

EdPM 441

Introduction to International Education

3

EdPM  431

 

EdPM 451

Management of Change & Innovation in Education

3

 

 

EdPM 472

Senior Essay

3

         EdPM  213

 

 

                                                                 Total

79

 

 

 

 Course code used is alpha numerical. Edpm represents core courses. The first digit represents the year in which the curse is offered. The second digit represents the alphabetic sequence of the core course offered among other course in that semester and the third digit indicates the semester.   

1. Objective of the program

The objectives of the program are producing Professionals who:

·    are capable of planning, organizing, directing and controlling activities of private, public, non-government and government organizations;

·     can competently manage marketing, finance operations, human resource, materials, information resources etc.;

·  are responsive and effective in working with and through others as well as capable of making and implementing decisions;

·       are capable of searching and developing opportunities as well as tackling problems and

·       are able to face the challenges of today's and tomorrows highly complex and competitive environment.

 

2. Admission Requirement

 

Applicants for admission to the Bachelor degree program in Management must satisfy one of  the following criteria:

·  A successful completion of the two year preparatory program with the minimum University Entrance Examinations result set for admission by Ministry of Education for the entry year

·         Completion of Diploma program (12+2), (10+3, Level 4) with two years relevant work experience after graduation and Center of Competency (COC) certified and who pass the University colleges entrance examination

·         A degree program student from other accredited Higher Education Institutions who with drawn for non – academic problems

·         A first degree graduate in any field of study from accredited Higher Education Institutions

·         These minimum requirements can be scaled up when there is high competition for admission or when the senate of the University  wants to scale it up

When there is high competition for admission, grade point average at graduation, additional training after graduation, service year, gender and supporting letter from their employers shall be consider to offer the limited opportunities.

3. Duration of the program

 

The normal duration of the BA degree will be 9 semesters (3 years) for distance mode.  A total of 111credit hours of courses work and graduate project over the period mentioned above are normally regarded as a full load.

4. List of Courses

Major courses

Course Title

Course Code

Credit Hours

Prerequisite

Introduction to Management

Administrative and Business Communication

Mathematics for Management

Statistics for  Management

Business Law

International Marketing

Management Information System

Business Research Method

Human Resource Management

Organizational Behavior

Risk Management and Insurance

Material Management

System Analysis and Design

Financial Management

Agribusiness Management

Operations Research

Operations Management

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

Strategic Management

Leadership and Change management

Project analysis and Evaluation

Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Financial Market and institution

Managerial Economics

Seminar in Management

Research Project

Mgt 201

Mgt 202

Mgt 211

Mgt 212

Mgt 222

Mgt 302

Mgt 311

Mgt 312

Mgt 321

Mgt 322

Mgt 331

Mgt 332

Mgt 341

Mgt 342

Mgt 352

Mgt 401

Mgt 402

Mgt 411

Mgt 412

Mgt 421

Mgt 422

Mgt 431

Mgt 432

Mgt 441

Mgt 442

Mgt 452

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

3

3

3

3

3

2

4

3

3

3

2

3

2

3

3

3

3

No prerequisite

Mgt 201

No prerequisite

Mgt 211

No prerequisite

Mgt 301

Mgt 201

Mgt 201

Mgt 201

Mgt 201

Mgt 201, Mgt 212

Mgt 201, Mgt212

Mgt 201, Mgt 311

Acct 202

Mgt 201

Mgt 212

Mgt 401

No prerequisite

Mgt 201

Mgt 201

Mgt 342

Mgt 201

Mgt 342

 Econ 202

Mgt 201

Mgt 312

Total

77

 

 

Related Courses

Course Title

Course Code

Credit Hours

Prerequisite

Principle of Accounting I

Principle of Accounting II

Financial Accounting I

Cost and Management Accounting I

Cost and Management Accounting II

Micro Economics I

Micro Economics II

Principle of Marketing

Acct  201

Acct 202

Acct 301

Acct 311

Acct 312

Econ 201

Econ 202

Mkt 201

3

3

4

3

3

2

2

3

No prerequisite

Acct 202

Acct 202

Acct 301

Acct 312

No prerequisite

        Econ 201

No prerequisite

Total

23

 

 

 

Common Courses

 

Course Title

Course Code

Credit Hours

Prerequisite

Sophomore English

General Psychology

Civic and Ethical Education

Basic Computer Skills

Eng 201

PSY 201

Civ 201

ICT 201

3

2

3

3Lec+3 Lab

No prerequisite

No prerequisite

No prerequisite

No prerequisite

Total

111+3 Lab

 

  1. INTRODUCTION


Many managers think of marketing as a department consisting of several types of career people: marketing planers, marketing researchers, adverting and sales promotion specialists, customer service personnel, new product managers, product and brand managers, market segment managers, and of course sales people .Their collective job is to analyze the market , disconcert opportunities ,formulate marketing strategies , develop specific tactic tics and actions, propose a budget, and establish a set of controls. But this view does not go for enough. Marketing is also responsible for driving the rest of the company to be customer-focused and market driven.Today’s markets are changing at an incredible pace. In addition to globalization and technological change, we are witnessing a power shift from manufacturers to giant retailers, a rapid growth and acceptance of store brands, new retail forms, growing consumer price and value sensitivity, a diminishing role for mass marketing and advertising, and a disconcerting erosion of brand loyalty. These changes are throwing companies in to a state of confusion regarding strategy. To protect their profits, companies have primarily responded by cutting their costs, reengineering their processes and downsizing their forces.

 

Marketing is not like Euclidean geometry, a fixed system of concepts and axioms. Rather, marketing is one of the   most dynamic fields within the management arena. The market place continually throws out fresh challenges, and companies must respond. Therefore it is not surprising that new marketing ideas keep surfacing to meet the new marketplace challenges. Hence, the marketing curriculum is responsible   for incorporating all these issues so that students will be capable of managing today’s organizations. Thus, based on the explanations given above and Higher Education Relevance and Quality Assurance Agency’s direction on minimum major course credit hour requirement, it requires for the department to make a major curriculum revision.

1.      RATIONALE OF THE PROGRAM

Marketing Management is a crucial element in economic growth of a country. It brings together the four pieces (product, price, promotion and place) together to achieve a given company its objective.. Marketing is a backbone for any organization for the achievement of their goals. Therefore the rationale of this program is rests on the highly demand of the program with business community. 

2.      OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAM

Through this programs, the department has the objective of producing:

·       professionals who are capable of market planning, organizing, directing and controlling activities of private, public, non-government and government organizations;

·   professionals who can competently manage marketing, finance operations, human resource, materials, information resources etc.;

·       professionals who are responsive and effective in working with and through others as well as capable of making and implementing decisions;

·    professionals capable of searching and developing opportunities as well as tackling problems;

·   professionals who are able to face the challenges of today's and tomorrow’s highly complex and competitive environment.

3.      ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

Applicants for admission to the Bachelor degree program in Marketing Management must satisfy one of the following criteria:

·   A successful completion of the two year preparatory program with the minimum University Entrance Examinations result set for admission by Ministry of Education for the entry year

·     Completion of Diploma program (12+2), (10+3, Level 4) with two years relevant work experience after graduation and Center of Competency (COC) certified and who pass the University’s entrance examination

·        A degree program student from other accredited Higher Education Institutions who with drawn for non – academic problems

·         A first degree graduate in any field of study from accredited Higher Education Institutions

·       These minimum requirements can be scaled up when there is high competition for admission or when the senate of the University wants to scale it up

When there is high competition for admission, grade point average at graduation, additional training after graduation, service year, gender and supporting letter from their employers shall be consider to offer the limited opportunities.

4.       DURATION OF THE PROGRAM

 

The normal duration of the BA degree will be 9 semesters (3 years) for distance mode.  A total of 111 credit hours of courses work and graduate project over the period mentioned above are normally regarded as a full load.

5.     LIST OF COURSES

Major Courses

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

Mkt 201

Principle of Marketing

3

No prerequisite

Mkt 202

International Marketing 

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 212

Administrative & Business Communication

3

Mgt 201

Mkt 311

Business Law

3

No prerequisite

Mkt 301

Product Planning and Development

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 302

Pricing Policy and Strategy

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 461

E-commerce/Digital Marketing

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 312

Customer Behavior

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 321

Materials Management

3

Mgt 201

Mkt 322

Marketing Research Method

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 312

Service Marketing

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 342

Customer relationship Management

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 341

Import and Export Policy Procedure

3

Mkt 202

Mkt 442

Seminar in Marketing

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 401

Promotion Management

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 441

Distribution Management

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 411

Sales Management

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 412

Advertising

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 421

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

3

No prerequisite

Mkt 422

Agricultural Marketing

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 431

Marketing Information System

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 432

Industrial Marketing

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 402

Retail Management

3

Mkt 402

Mkt 451

Brand Management

3

Mkt 301

Mkt 452

Strategic Marketing Management

3

Mkt 201

Mkt 462

Research Project in Marketing

3

Mkt 322

 

Total

78

 

 

Related Courses

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

Mgt 201

Introduction to Management

3

No prerequisite

Mgt 211

Mathematics for Management

3

No prerequisite

Mgt 212

Statistics for management

3

Mgt 211

Mgt 331

Risk Management and Insurance

3

 Mgt 212

Acct 201

Principles of Accounting I

3

No prerequisite

Acct 202

Principles of Accounting II

3

Acct201

Econ 201

Microeconomics I

2

No prerequisite

Econ 202

Microeconomics II

2

Econ 201

Total

22

 

 

Common Courses

 

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Prerequisites

Eng 201

Sophomore English

3

No prerequisite

Psy 201

General Psychology

2

No prerequisite

Civ 202

Civics and ethical education

3

No prerequisite

ICT 201

Basic Computer Skills 

3+3lab

No prerequisite

Total

11+3 lab

 

1.      OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAM     

The objectives of the program are to:

·         respond to the needs of the country for higher-level accountants, auditors and financial managers;

·     spot and resolve practical organizational problems and enhancing the standards of the profession by actively involving instructors and students in applied research;

·      support the efforts of organizations in designing and/or improving their accounting and internal control systems and in upgrading the skills and knowledge of their employees by conducting short-term training  and giving consultation services;

·   enable students to be equipped with the relevant analytical and critical thinking, oral and written communication skills which are relevant to their field of study;

·      expose students with new developments in Information Technology relevant to prospective position they are expected to assume in the world of work in the area of accounting, auditing and finance;

·   help students become responsible citizens of the nation committed to all sorts of efforts meant for enhancing the economic welfare of the country, Ethiopia;

·       ensure the curriculum meets the requirements of stakeholders and maintains its international standards of the field, and contributes for the development of the profession;

·       promote faculty’s competency through professional development schemes so as to help them compound their service to the community

2.      ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Applicants for admission to the Bachelor degree program in Accounting must satisfy one of the following criteria:

·    A successful completion of the two year preparatory program with the minimum University Entrance Examinations result set for admission by Ministry of Education for the entry year

·     Completion of Diploma program (12+2), (10+3, Level 4) with two years relevant work experience after graduation and Center of Competency (COC) certified and who pass the University colleges entrance examination

·         A degree program student from other accredited Higher Education Institutions who with drawn for non – academic problems

·         A first degree graduate in any field of study from accredited Higher Education Institutions

·      These minimum requirements can be scaled up when there is high competition for admission or when the senate of the University College wants to scale it up

When there is high competition for admission, grade point average at graduation, additional training after graduation, service year, gender and supporting letter from their employers shall be consider to offer the limited opportunities.

3.      DURATION OF THE PROGRAM

 

The normal duration of the BA degree will be 9 semesters (3 years) for distance mode. A total of 111 credit hours of course work and graduate project over the period mentioned above is normally regarded as a full load.

4.  LIST OF COURSES

Major Courses:

Course code

Course title

Credit Hours

Prerequisite

Acct 201

Principles of Accounting I

3

-

Acct 202

Principle of Accounting II

3

Acct 201

Acct 301

Financial Accounting I

4

Acct 202

Acct 302

Financial Accounting II

4

Acct 301

Acct 311

Cost & Management Accounting I

3

Acct 202

Acct 312

Cost & Management Accounting II

3

Acct 311

Acct 321

Financial Management I

3

Acct 202

Acct 322

Financial Management II

3

Acct 321

Acct 331

Financial Markets and Institutions

3

Acct 302

Acct 332

Operations Research

4

Mgt 212

Acct 341

Risk Management &  Insurance

3

-

Acct 342

Business Research Methods

3

-

Acct 401

Advanced Accounting I

3

Acct 302

Acct 402

Advanced Accounting II

3

Acct 401

Acct 411

Auditing I

3

Acct 302

Acct 412

Auditing II

3

Acct 411

Acct 421

Public Finance & Taxation

3

Acct 302

Acct 422

Project Analysis and Evaluation

3

Acct 321

Acct 431

Seminar in Accounting

3

Acct 302

Acct 432

Government and NFP Accounting

3

Acct 302

Acct 441

Accounting Information System

3

Acct 302

Acct 442

Computerized Accounting

       3(2lec+3lab)

Acct 201

 Acct 212

Acct 451

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

3

-

Acct 452

Research project

3

Acct 342

                                                     Total

75+3Lab

 

 

 

 

Related Courses

Course code

Course title

Credit Hours

Prerequisite

Mgt 201

Introduction to Management

3

-

Mgt 202

Administrative & Business communication

3

-

Mgt 222

Business Law

3

-

Mgt 211

Mathematics for Management

3

-

Mgt 212

Statistics for Management

3

Mgt 211

Mgt  402

Operations Management

3

           -

Mkt 201

Principles of  Marketing

3

-

Econ. 201

Microeconomics I

2

-

Econ. 202

Microeconomics II

2

Econ. 201

                                                                     Total

25

 

 

 

 

 

Common Courses

Course code

Course title

Cr.hrs.

Prerequisite

ICT 201

Basic Computer skills

3 (2+3lab)

-

Eng 201

Sophomore English

3

-

Psy 201

General Psychology

2

-

Civ. 201

Civics & Ethical Education

3

-

                     Total

11