University Of Bahr el Ghazal

CEAS Diploma

Diploma Academic Programs

Department of Accounting and Finance Diploma in Accounting & Finance

Objectives:

  • to equip students with skills to prepare different accounts of companies/institutions;
  • to build capacity of students in budgeting and project appraisal as well as decision making skills;
  • to equip students with concepts of taxation and tax computation;
  • to know functions of financial institutions as well as international and national intermediaries;
  • to understand various types of financial markets;
  • to acquaint students with various sources of finance and capital structure;
  • to familiarize students with banking operations and practices.

FIRST YEAR: SEMESTER ONE

Code

Course title

CH

ESAD111

Introduction to Accounting I

3

ESED112

Introduction to Economics I

3

ESDD113

Introduction to Statistics I

3

ESBD114

Principles of management

3

ESMD115

Basic mathematics I

3

ESSD116

Introduction to Sociology & Anthropology

3

UBED117

English Proficiency I

2

 

 

 

 

Total Credit hours

20

SEMESTER TWO

Code

Course title

CH

ESAD121

Introduction to Accounting II

3

ESED122

Introduction to Economics II

3

ESDD123

Introduction to Statistics II

3

ESBD124

Management Theory

3

ESMD125

Basic mathematics II

3

ESRD126

Introduction to Rural Development

3

UBED127

English Proficiency II

2

Total Credit hours

20

SECOND YEAR: SEMESTER ONE

Code

Course  title

CH

ESAD211

Financial Accounting I

3

ESAD212

Cost Accounting I

3

ESAD213

Public Sector Accounting I

3

ESAD214

Introduction to Auditing

3

ESBD215

Business law I

3

ESED216

Financial Analysis

3

UBED217

English proficiency III

2

Total Credit hours

20

SEMESTER TWO

Code

Course Title

CH

ESAD221

Financial Accounting II

3

ESAD222

Cost Accounting II

3

ESAD223

Public Sector Accounting II

3

ESAD224

Auditing Practice

3

ESBD225

Business law II

3

ESAD226

Retail Banking

3

UBED227

English proficiency IV

2

Total Credit hours

20

THIRD YEAR: SEMESTER ONE

Code

Course  Title

CH

ESAD311

Intermediate Accounting I

3

ESAD312

Financial mathematics

3

ESAD313

Taxation Accounting

3

ESED314

Financial Institutions

3

ESED315

Managerial economics

3

ESSD316

Research  methodology I

3

Total Credit Hours

18

SEMESTER TWO

Code

Course Title

CH

ESAD321

Intermediate Accounting II

3

ESAD322

Introduction to Management Accounting

3

ESAD323

Introduction to Financial management

3

ESAD324

Bank  Accounting

3

ESBD325

Introduction to Public Administration

3

ESSD326

Research  methodology II

3

Total Credit Hours

18

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

ECONOMICS AND BANKINIG INTERMEDIATE DIPLOMA

COURSE OUTLINES – JANUARY 2016

ECONOMICS AND BANKING INTERMEDIATE DIPLOMA PROGRAM

Program Objectives:

The Economics and Banking intermediate diploma programme is a three years’ undergraduate diploma, which aims:

  • to train public sector cadre in economics and banking system;
  • to educate and enhance knowledge of government/private sector employees in economics and skills in banking science; and

to improve knowledge of development economics in the country.

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER I

S/n

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

1

ESED111

Introduction to Economics I

3

2

ESDD112

Introduction to Statistics I

3

3

ESMD113

Basic Mathematics I

3

4

ESAD114

Introduction to Book-Keeping and Accounting I

3

5

ESBD115

Principles of Management

3

6

UBA116

Arabic Language I

2

7

UBE117

English Language I

2

 

 

Total Credit Hours

19

SEMESTER II

S/n

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

1

ESED121

Introduction to Economics II

3

2

ESDD122

Introduction to Statistics II

3

3

ESMD123

Basic mathematics II

3

4

ESAD124

Introduction to Book-Keeping and Accounting II

3

5

ESED125

South Sudan Economy

3

6

UBA126

Arabic Language II

2

7

UBE127

English Language II

2

 

 

Total Credit Hours

19

SECOND YEAR

SEMESTER 1

S/n

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

 

 

SEMESTER III

 

1

ESED131

Microeconomics

3

2

ESBD132

Business Law

3

3

ESAD133

Financial Mathematics

3

4

ESAD134

Financial Accounting I

3

5

ESED135

Money and Banking

3

6

ESSD136

Research Methodology I

3

 

 

Total Credit Hours

18

SEMESTER I1

1

ESED141

Macroeconomics

3

2

ESAD142

Financial Accounting II

3

3

ESED143

Investment

3

4

ESED144

Public Finance

3

5

ESED145

Principles of Public Administration

3

6

ESDD146

Research Methodology II

3

 

 

Total Credit Hours

18

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER 1

S/n

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

 

 

SEMESTER V

 

1

ESAD151

Banking Accounting

3

2

ESED152

Managerial Economics

3

3

ESED153

Computer Data Analysis

3

4

ESED154

Mathematical Economics

3

5

ESED155

International Economics

3

6

ESED156

Introduction to Development Economics I

3

 

 

Total Credit Hours

18

SEMESTER 1I

1

ESBD161

Law of Banking

3

2

ESED162

Monetary Economics

3

3

ESBD163

Financial Institutions

3

4

ESED164

Introduction to Development Economics II

3

5

ESED165

Field Work Training

3

5

ESED166

Term Paper (5,000) words

3

 

 

Total Credit Hours

18

DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT

 INTERMEDIATE DIPLOMA

COURSE OUTLINES – JANUARY 2016

Objectives

  1. to train middle cadre in rural development and community planning;
  2. to disseminate knowledge, attitudes and skills relevant to rural development in South Sudan with special reference to local communities; and
  3. to promote the concept of sustainable development.

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER 1

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ESAD111

Principle of Accounting I

3

ESED112

Introduction to Economics I

3

ESMD113

Basic Mathematics I

3

ESPD114

Introduction to Political Science I

3

ESRD115

Introduction to Rural Development I

3

ESSD116

Introduction to Sociology

3

ESDD117

Introduction to Statistics I

3

 

Total Credit Hours

21

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER 11

ESAD121

Principle of Accounting II

 

ESED122

Introduction to Economics II

 

ESMD123

Basic Mathematics II

 

ESPD124

Introduction to Political Science II

 

ESRD125

Introduction to Rural Development II

 

ESSD126

Introduction to Sociology II

 

ESDD127

Introduction to Statistics II

 

 

Total credit Hours

21

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER 1

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ESRD211

Cooperative  Studies

3

ESRD212

Extension Education3

3

ESRD213

Introduction to Social Work

3

ESRD214

Public Administration &Principles of Management

3

ESSD215

Research Methodology I

3

ESRD216

Rural Development

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

 

Second       Semester

 

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER 11

ESRD221

Cooperative  Studies II

3

ESRD222

Extension Education II

3

ESRD223

Introduction to Social Work II

3

ESRD224

Public Administration &Principles of II Management

3

ESSD225

Research Methodology II

3

ESRD226

Rural Development II

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

THIRD YEAR

SEMESTER 1

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

ESRD311

Approach to Community Development I

3

ESRD312

Management of Extension Programme I

3

ESRD313

Project Management I

3

ESRD314

Rural development Planning I

3

ESRD315

Sociology of Development I

3

ESRD316

Social Psychology

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

 

Second          Semester

 

ESRD321

Approach to Community Development II

3

ESRD322

Management of Extension Programme II

3

ESRD323

Project Management II

3

ESRD324

Rural development Planning II

3

ESRD325

Sociology of Development II

3

ESRD326

Research Project

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY

 INTERMEDIATE DIPLOMA COURSE PROGRAMME

Objectives

The programme aims to:

  1. to enable students to acquire knowledge in subject areas of Sociology and Anthropology and their approaches in studying society and culture;
  2. to develop and improve students’ basic skills and knowledge on practices of social work;
  3. to train /upgrade knowledge and skills of Social Workers in the state and the country at large;
  4. to enhance students’ knowledge of the social structures of rural and urban societies;
  5. to expose students to research methods in Sociology and Anthropology including the ethnographic method
  6. To enable students acquire skills useful in rural development, community development, social work etc.

 

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER 1

S/N

Course Code

Course title 

Cr. Hrs.

1.        

ESED111

Introduction to Economics  II

3

2.        

ESDD112

Introduction to Statistics II

3

3.        

ESAD113

Introduction to Accounting II

3

4.        

ESSD114

Introduction to    Anthropology II

3

5.        

ESPD115

Introduction to Political Science II

3

6.        

UBED116

English II

2

7.        

UBAD117

Arabic II

2

8.        

 

Total credit hours

19

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER 11

S/N

Course Code

Course title 

Cr. Hrs.

1.        

ESED121

Introduction to Economics  II

3

2.        

ESDD122

Introduction to Statistics II

3

3.        

ESAD123

Introduction to Accounting II

3

4.        

ESSD124

Introduction to    Anthropology II

3

5.        

ESPD125

Introduction to Political Science II

3

6.        

UBED126

English II

2

7.        

UBAD127

Arabic II

2

 

 

Total credit hours

19

 

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER 1

S/N

Course Code

Course title 

Cr. Hrs.

1.

ESSDS211

The individual and   Culture 

3

2.

ESSD212

Kinship Descent and Social Structure

3

3.

ESSD213

Social Theory I

3

4.

ESSD214

Sociology of Education 

3

5.

ESSD215

Research Methodology l

3

6.

UBED216

English

2

7.

UBAD217

Arabic

2

 

 

Total

19

 

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER 1

S/N

Course Code

Subject

Cr. Hrs.

1.

ESSD311

Anthropology of Political and Belief Systems

3

2.

ESSD312

Ethnicity Race and Class Relationship

3

3.

ESSD313

Urban Sociology

3

4.

ESSD314

Gender Issues 

3

5.

ESSD315

Comparative Studies in South Sudanese Community

3

6.

ESSD316

Approach to Community Development

3

 

 

  Total credit hours

18

 

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER 11

S/N

Course Code

Subject

Cr. Hrs.

1

ESSD321

Sociology of  Development

3

2

ESSD322

Social Psychology

3

3

ESSD323

Population and Development

3

4

ESSD324

Local Government Systems

3

5

ESSD325

Sociology of Crime, Deviant and Drugs

3

6

ESSD326

Research Project

3

 

 

Total credit hours

18

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

INTERMEDIATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

ACADEMIC YEAR 2016/201

Objectives

 

The main objectives of the programme are:

  1. to train efficient and effective managers through a series of courses aimed at imparting appropriate attitudes, skills and knowledge in order to enhance management capacity for rational administrative system;
  2. to contribute towards increasing students’ sensitivity, accountability and transparency in their future working place;
  3. to enhance and up-grade the knowledge of states’ ministries personnel through in-service and on-job training.

 

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER 1

Code

Courses

Credit Hours(CH)

UB111

Natural  Resources of South Sudan

3

UB112

English  Proficiency 1

2

ESED113

Introduction to Economics 1

3

ESSD114

Business Statistics 1

3

ESMD115

Business Mathematics 1

3

ESAD116

Introduction to Bookkeeping &   Accounting 1

3

ESBD117

Principles of Management

3

 

Total Credit Hours

20

 

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER 11

Code

Courses

Credit Hours(CH)

UB121

South Sudan Socio- Political Economics

3

UB122

English Proficiency 11

2

ESED123

Introduction to Economics 11

3

ESSD124

Business  Statistics 11

3

ESMD125

Business Mathematics 11

 

3

ESAD126

Introduction to Bookkeeping & Accounting 11

3

ESBA127

Public Administration

3

 

Total Credit Hours

20

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER 1

Code

Courses

Credit Hours(CH)

ESED211

Microeconomic Theory

3

ESBD212

Principles of Marketing

3

ESSD213

Business Statistics 111

3

ESMD214

Business Mathematics 111

3

ESSD215

Research Methodology1

3

ESBD216

Human Resource Management

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

SECOND YEAR SEMESTER 11

Code

Course

Credit Hours(CH)

ESED221

Macroeconomic Theory

3

ESAD222

 Business Finance

3

ESAD223

Financial Mathematics

3

ESSD224

Research Methodology 11

3

ESBD225

Management Information System

3

ESBD226

Production Management

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

THIRD YEAR SEMESTER 11

Code

Courses

Credit Hours

ESAD321

Financial Management 11

3

ESAD322

Management Accounting11

3

ESBD323

Financial institutions

3

ESBD324

Business Organizations

3

ESBD325

Business Law11

3

ESBD326

Research Project

3

 

Total Credit Hours

18

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