- Category: courses
Programmer:Title: Diploma / Msc. In International Trade & Development
Duration 15 weeks
Semester I Courses:
|Name of Courses||Code||Teaching Load|
|1. Computer Skills||DSR511||3 Credit Hours|
|2. Microeconomic Theory||DSR512||3 C.H.|
|3. Introduction To WTO System||DSR513||3 C.H.|
|4. Introduction to Trade Law||DSR514||3 C.H.|
|5.Quatitative Methods||DSR515||3 C.H.|
Semester II Courses: Duration 15 Weeks
|Name of Course||Code||Teaching Load|
|6. Macroeconomic Theory||DSR526||3 C.H.|
|7.International Trade Theory and Policy||DSR527||3 C.H.|
|8. Introduction to E-commerce & E-Business||DSR528||3 C.H.|
|9. Trade in Good & Services||DSR529||3 C.H.|
|10. Seminar Topic||DSR5210||3 C.H.|
Semester III Courses: Duration 15 Weeks
|Name of Courses||Code||Teaching Load|
|11.International Marketing||DSR6311||3 C.H.|
|12. International Property Law||DSR6312||3 C.H.|
|13. International Trade in Commodities||DSR6313||3 C.H.|
|14. Internet Marketing /Game Theory||DSR6314||3 C.H.|
Semester IV Courses: Duration 15 Weeks
|Name of Course||Code||Teaching Load|
|15. Supply Chain Management & International Delivery System||DSR6315||3 C.H.|
|16.Trade & Environment Regional Integration||DSR6316||3 C.H.|
|17. Development||DSR6317||3 C.H.|
Course DSR6314: Internet marketing
The Object of this Course is to introduce Students to concepts and practices of Internet marketing and to necessary skills in operating successfully an electronic firm
Origin of internet marketing, interactive marketing, hypermedia computer mediated environment, business to business internet marketing, business to customer internet marketing, interactive home shopping; consumer, retailers, and manufacturer incentive to participate in electronic market place, shopping agents and consumer behavior, communication, attitude to cite; analyst of web usage.
Internet Marketing Readings and online Resources
Paul s. Richardson Mc Grow hill 2001.
Course DSR 615: Supply Chain Management and International Delivery Systems semester I v 3 credit hours
The Objective of this Course is to introduce the Students to operations and delivering system of good and service in international setting. The process includes negotiating purchase Contact payment and delivering system. On finishing this Course student be able to handle operation activities pertaining to management of apply chain
Purchasing & Supply management, supply organization processes quantity specification and services, quality and inventing, transportation and delivery pricing, cost management negotiation Global supply increasing and outsourcing, Compensation, procurement networking, global strategic positioning.
Purchasing & Supply Management 13Th,ed Michael Leanders, Flynn, Anna and Harold E. Feevon, Mc Graw Hilt 2oo6
Course DSR 6311: International Marketing
The Objectives of this Course is to introduce students to the scope and challenges of international marketing to avail Item to gain in-depth knowledge of marketing operations in international setting.
The Scope and Challenges of international marketing, the dynamic environment of international trade, global markets, culture, legal and political environment, emerging markets, multinational markets region and market groups Exporting and logistics planning, organization, international marketing, channels, integrated marketing Communication and international Adverting, global marketing strategies negotiations international Customers partners and regulation.
International Marketing 13th ed. a Philip R. Cateora, And John Graham MC Graw Hill 2007.
Course Contents: objectives
DSR513: The Introduction to WTO System
Duration 15 weeks
Multilateral trade is carried out mainly in the GATT/WTO framework. A brief introduction to its principles and component agreements is provided.
Section A: World Trade Organization institutions and dispute
- From GATT 1947 to the World Trade Organization (WTO). History, objectives and framework
- Institution aspects of the WTO
- Dispute settlement: basic principles and panel proceedings
- Dispute settlement: appellate review and implementation
Section B: Basic principles of trade in goods
- Introduction to GATT 1994. Tariffs and quantitative restrictions
- The most favored nation and national treatment principle
- Exceptions to GATT obligations (with special focus on environmental protection)
Section C: Special World Trade Organization regulation
- The Antidumping Agreement
- The Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Duties
- The TBT Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing
- The TBT Agreement
- The SPS Agreement
Section D: Special World Trade Organization regulations
- Trade in services (GATS)
- Intellectual property (TRIPS)
- Regional trade arrangements
- Investment and competition
2- Trade in Services:
Basic purpose and Concepts,
Main Building Blocks: Agreement, Annexes, and Schedules
A Closer Look at Domestic Regulation
How the GATS is Administered
Role and Responsibilities of Governments
The Challenges Ahead
Preparing Requests and Offers
Misconceptions about the GATS
DSR 527: International Trade Theory and policy
The course objective is to acquaint students with the basic theories of international trade and instruments of international trade policy.
-Trade theory: labor productivity and comparative advantage (Ricardian model), resources and trade (Heckscher- Ohlin model), economics of scale, imperfect competition and international trade …etc.
- International trade policy: instrument of trade policy, analysis of international trade policy.
- Economic integration: the nature of preferential trading, theory of custom unions, theory of the second best, illustration of trade creation and trade diversion.
DSR 6416: Trade and Environment Course
Duration 15 weeks 3 credit hours course:
The course develops basic understanding of issues and history behind trade –environment debate, and discuses option for introduction of environmental issues in trade agreements.
- The economy and environment.
- Economic efficiency and market (externalities).
- Multilateral environmental agreements.
- Environmental consideration in trade.
- Trade consideration in environmental agreements.
- Trade liberalization and environmental pollution.
Course DSR 6313: International Trade in Agricultural Commodities 3 Credit Hours
The course objective is to acquaint students with basic nature and scope of international trade in agricultural commodities.
- Agricultural and food trade (pattern and nature)
- Agricultural trade policies
- Analysis of agricultural trade policies
- The GATT/WTO and agricultural
- Trade and trade policy in processed foods
Course DSR 529: Trade in Goods & Services
The course objective is to acquaint students with the basic nature and scope of international trade in goods
- Determinants and principles of trade in goods
- Specific regulation in trade in goods
- Trade policy of importing countries
- Trade policy of exporting countries
- WTO and trade in goods
DSR 512: Introduction to Microeconomics
Classification of markets.
The concept of industry.
- Theory of Consumer behavior:
Determinates of demand and supply.
Elasticity’s of demand and supply.
Total and marginal revenue.
- Production Analysis:
Law of return to scale and law of variable proportion.
Equilibrium of the firm.
- Cost Analysis:
Short – run costs.
Long –run costs.
The analysis of economies of scale.
- Market Structure and pricing:
- DSI 526: Macroeconomics
National Income Account.
Two –sector Analysis.
- Three -Sector Analysis:
Government expenditure and taxes
- Four Sector Analysis:
Foreign trade sector
- Fiscal and Monetary Policy:
Course DSR 514:Quantitative methods
- Methods of data collection.
- Measures of central tendency and variation.
- Simple and multiple regression analysis.
- Correlation theory.
- Exchange rate.
- Balance of trade.
- Index numbers.
- Time series analysis.
DSR 6417: Regional Integration and Development
Regional Integration Agreements (RIAS):
Introduction and overview:
Definitions, terminology and abbreviations.
Stated Objectives of RIAs.
RIAs in history.
Some recent examples.
Annex: Selected WTO Provisions on RIAs.
Definitions, Facts and Figures
WTO Rules and Procedures related to RTAs
DDA Negotiations on WTO rules on RTAs.
The Economics of Preferential Trading Arrangements:
Trade Creation and Trade Diversion.
What do we know about the effects welfare effects of PTAs.
Evidence on Trade Creation and Trade Diversion.
Evidence on spillovers to third countries.
The Economics of preferential Trading Arrangements: II ( Non- Traditional effects)
“ Non- Traditional Effects” of PTAs.
Location and agglomeration effects.
Regionalism and Services.
Annex: Welfare effects of trade policy under imperfect competition.
The Political economy of Regionalism and implementation issues
The Political Economy of Trade policy
Regional Integration as politics
Implementation: Rules of origin
Regionalism and the Multilateral trading system
Trade Blocs and the Rest-of-the-world
Static and dynamic issues
Regional Integration and FDI
What about Open Regionalism
DSR 528 introduction E- commerce & E- Business
3 Credit hours
The Objectives of the coerce is to give students theoretical and practical knowledge of e- commerce and e- business and to -----Item gain Skills to handle business operations through Internet
E- commerce: Basic Technology of the Internet and the web, Framing market-opportunity, business Models, Customer Interface marketing communications & branding, strategies, metrics Web sate development arhuclure media infrastructure media convergence, regulation, and valuation
E –business intelligence, intranet, extranets, B2B, Data mining Customers, partners and suppliers
1- Introduction to E- commerce 2nd edition – Jeffrey F. Rayport and Bernard J. Jauerke Mc Graw Hill 2004.
2- E- Business Intelligence: Turning Information Knowledge into profit. Ist edition.
Bernard Liautud , Mac Graw Hill 2001.
Course DSR511 : Computer Skills.
Course Code: DSR511
Text Book: Computer In Your Future
By Bryan Ptaffen Bergen and Bill Daley
Course Level: Semester One.
Course Load: 3 C.H.
This course serve as introduction to co- computer with attention given to computing concepts, practical application of technology theory and an emphasis on historical and political impacts of technological innovation topics future integrated coverage of management information systems networking, e mails and the internet.
The courses is composed of both theoretical and practical application using. Lectures, reading assignment and lab tutorials.
The objective is to provide student with necessary skills in computer application in trade.
|Date||Lecture Topics||Reading Assignment||Lab Topics||Exam|
|Week 1||Becoming Fluent with computers||Chapter 1||ٱ|
|Week 2||Inside the system Unit||Chapter 2||Working with Windows XP||ٱ|
|Week 3||Input and Output: Data in, Information Out||Chapter 3||Windows XP Features||ٱ|
Storing Data: Electronic Cabinets
Keeping the Computer Running Smoothly
Essentials for Knowledge Workers
MS Office Common
Elements & MS Word
|Week 7||Microsoft Office||
Networks: Communicating and
The Internet: The Network of
The World Wide Web and
|Chapter 9||Web Search Techniques||ٱ|
|Week 11||Creating a Web Page||HTML Tutorial||ٱ|
|Week 12||Telecommunications: Exchanging Data Via the Telephone System.||Chapter 10||MS Front Page||ٱ|
|Week 13||Privacy and Encryption||Chapter 12||MS Excel||ٱ|
|Week 14||Database and Information Systems.||Chapter 13||MS Access||ٱ|
|Week 15||Career certification||Chapter 16||Power Point||ٱ|