The objective of this course is it to equip students with the principles of Company Law in Sri Lanka. This course consists of in-depth explanations of the provisions of the Companies Act No 07 of 2007 including provisions governing formation, status, different types, financing, accounting, auditing, administration and liquidation.

The aim of this course unit is to provide students with knowledge, skills and competences pertaining to financial reporting, compliance and monitoring framework with particular emphasis on Sri Lanka Accounting Standards.

The objective of this course unit is to equip students with knowledge of taxation encompassing the regulatory framework which is required to perform routine functions relating to taxation in an organization. The main topics included in this course are; introduction to taxation, income tax, taxation of partnerships, basic tax administration and accounting for value added tax.

The rationale of this course is to provide a knowledge of basic concepts and principles related to human behavior in order to understand and analyze organizational problems in a broader framework. This course covers the topics of introduction to sociology, elements of social structure, institutions and control, social deviance behavior, social culture, socialization, introduction to psychology, foundations of human behavior, cognitive processes and personality theories and types.

This course is designed to provide an introductory knowledge of managing human resources in a business organization. Moreover, this course focuses on a systematic and scientific approach to the analysis and handling of issues relating to human resources in the context of business organizations.  Key topics are: introduction to human resource management, selection, appraisal, commitment and development and interpersonal relations.

The purpose of this course is to equip students with a theoretical understanding of the basic concepts, principles and techniques of macroeconomics as well as the role of economic factors in influencing the decision making process. The topics include: an introduction to macroeconomics, national income accounting, money and money markets, macroeconomic models, inflation and unemployment, international trade and finance, business cycle analysis and economic policies for business analysis.