This course introduces the practice of Employment and Industrial Relations law in Uganda and aims to provide an introduction to: - the fundamentals of employment law; - implied terms, National Employment Standards, Awards and Agreements; - the different jurisdictions in which employment claims may be litigated, including the Fair Work Commission, the Industrial Relations Commission of Uganda, the South International Industrial Relations Court, the Workers Compensation Tribunal, the Equal Opportunity Commission, Uganda Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Network, the International Human Rights Commission and the Government civil courts. - common law and statutory remedies for recovery of employment entitlements; - remedies for termination of employment, including unfair dismissal claims and general protections disputes; - workers compensation claims including the processes for commencing a claim and disputing decisions; and - discrimination in employment including sexual harassment.

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of management accounting. Topics include cost accounting terminology, job costing, process costing, activity-based costing, activity-based management, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, standard costing, variance analysis, responsibility accounting, variable costing, transfer pricing and decision making.

This course covers the concepts and skills of financial management within a business and builds on an understanding of accounting, business, economics and mathematics. Students learn how to analyze financial statements; plan appropriate action; prepare budgets; analyze investment options; determine the best means for financing business endeavors; and assess both the return and the risk involved in a firm's financial decisions.

Marketing is a value-enhancing function that identifies opportunities, develops markets, and builds brands. Consequently, good marketing enables companies to charge price premiums, sustain competitive advantage and maintain long-run profitability. To this end, the course covers the following topics: understanding consumer and corporate behavior, conducting customer and competitor analysis, developing new products, branding and brand extension, pricing, designing distribution channels, and managing marketing-mix activities. First, the student will be exposed to the fundamental concepts of marketing and thus learn the “language” of marketing (i.e., talk-the-talk). 

The Strategic Management Course focuses on identifying and understanding the sources of superior firm performance. This course introduces theoretical concepts and frameworks useful for analyzing the external and internal environment of the firm, and guiding the formulation and execution of different types of strategies. Strategic issues are examined from the perspective of a chief executive or general manager, focusing on how the student can formulate effective strategies and develop the necessary resources and capabilities to achieve sustainable competitive advantage in a global and volatile competitive environment.

Operations Research (also called Management Science) is the study of scientific approaches to decision-making. Through mathematical modeling, it seeks to design, improve and operate complex systems in the best possible way. The mathematical tools used for the solution of such models are either deterministic or stochastic, depending on the nature of the system modeled. In this class, we focus on basic deterministic models and methods in Operations Research as well as stochastic models. In this class, the student will learn very powerful modeling and solution techniques for decision-making problems that are used today by many successful companies to help them save/earn millions of dollars.