Office of Curriculum Planning

● Single Courses

Program Title

 

Employment beginning training- Exclusive to staff

1

Corporate accounting

2

Working with PCR

3

Customer-centered approach in banks

4

Principles and techniques for negotiating the provision of banking services

5

Accounting principles 1

6

Delivery principles

7

Familiarity with branches – Exclusive to staff

8

Familiarity with e-commerce rights

9

Familiarity with stock exchanges and future transactions

10

Professional ethics

11

Familiarity with bank marketing strategies

12

Types of investment deposits

13

Private banking

14

E-banking

15

International banking courses - Credits and currency guarantees

16

International banking (Currency exchange)

17

Resource equipment

18

Checking financial status (Financial management)

19

Fundamental analysis of financial markets and capital (Elementary)

20

Fundamental analysis of financial markets and capital (Advanced)

21

Balance sheet and financial statements analysis

22

 

 

● Aggregation

Program Title

 

Technical associate degree of welding

1

Technical associate degree of machine tools mechanics

2

Professional associate degree of tourism mechanics

3

Technical associate degree of automobile mechanics

4

Technical associate degree of gardening of greenhouse and hydroponic production

5

Technical associate degree of animal husbandry - Poultry industrial nutrition

6

Technical associate degree of wood industry - Furniture production

7

Technical associate degree of electronics - Industrial electronics

8

Technical associate degree of electricity – Industrial electricity

9

Technical associate degree of telecommunication - Cable and optical fiber

10

Professional associate degree in business management (Individual operation method and specialized training)

11

Professional associate degree in General English language translation

12

Technical associate degree of ICT - Rural (by the implementation of specific training)

13

Professional associate degree in village affairs and councils

14

Professional bachelor degree of family management (non-formalized)

15

 

 Common Skills Subjects

A) Technical and Professional Associate Degrees

    a. Students studying in any of the four groups of Industry, Agriculture, Culture and Arts, and Management and Social Services are required to select 6 credits from 12 credits in form of 3 courses according to the following table:

Duration (Hours)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Professional ethics

1

32

Theory

2

Principles of supervision

2

32

Theory

2

Application of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

3

32

Theory

2

Entrepreneurship

4

32

Theory

2

Safety and work environment hygiene

5

32

Theory

2

Skills and business law (This includes topics related to communication skills, insurance, tax, and labor law)

6

 

b. In addition to the three subjects above, each of these groups should select a 2-credit subject based on the following tables:

Industry:

Duration (Hours)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Reporting

1

32

Theory

2

Principles of quality control

2

 

Agriculture:

Duration (Hour)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Education and agricultural promotion

1

32

Theory

2

Agricultural marketing

2

 

Culture and Arts:

Duration (Hours)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Creativity in art

1

32

Theory

2

Public culture

2

 

Management and Social Services:

Duration (Hour)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Electronic services

1

32

Theory

2

Documentation

2

 

B) Professional Bachelor’s and Engineering Technology Degrees

a. Students studying in any of the four groups of Industry, Agriculture, Culture and Arts, and Management and Social Services are required to select 4 credits from 8 credits in form of 2 courses according to the following table:

Duration (Hours)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Human resource management

1

32

Theory

2

Business management and productivity

2

32

Theory

2

Problem-solving and decision-making skills

3

32

Theory

2

Negotiation principles and techniques

4

 

b. In addition to the two subjects above, each of these groups should select a 2-redit subject based on the following tables:

Industry:

Duration (Hours)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Project control

1

32

Theory

2

Cost and benefit analysis

2

 
Agriculture:

Duration (hours)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Agriculture sustainable development

1

32

Theory

2

The application of modern technology in agriculture

2

 

Culture and Art:

Duration (Hour)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Centers and artistic organizations’ management

1

32

Theory

2

Centers and cultural organizations’ management

2

 

Management and Social Services:

Duration (Hour)

Credit Type

Credit

Subject Title

Row

32

Theory

2

Cost and benefit analysis

1

32

Theory

2

Work psychology

2

 

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Email:reza.noorozzadeh@gamil.com