Enterprises Management

Department of Enterprises Management

KWIZERA Giovani Fidele

Head of Department

Phone: +250788573673

Email: kwizeragiofle@yahoo.fr

1. Entry requirements in Entrepreneurship Development option

For a candidate to be admitted in the Department of Enterprises Management, option of Entrepreneurship Development, s/he must be a holder of a secondary certificate in Economics, Humanities, MEG (Mathematics-Economics-Geography), MPC (Mathematics-Physics-Chemistry), PCB (Physics-Chemistry-Biology), HEG (History-Economics-Geography), Accounting, Normale primaire, Commerce et comptabilité, OR any other specialization.

2. Entry Requirements in the option of accounting

For a candidate to be admitted in the Department of Enterprises Management, option of Accounting, s/he must be a holder of a secondary certificate in Accounting and/or Commerce et comptabilité, Economics, Humanities, any other specialization. The candidate must be having passed well accounting courses like : Financial Accounting and Intermediate accounting.

LEVEL I

Module Title/Code UNIT Face to face HRS Self HRS Total Hours Total Credits Semester
Languages I
Lg 111
Communication skills in English
Communication skills in French
65 35 100 10 1
Research skills
Com 112
Initiation to scientific research
Basic Computer skills
65 35 100 10 1
Philosophical studies
Eth 113
Introduction to philosophy
Ethics and Rwandan culture
65 35 100 10 1
Principles of Economics
Ecod 124
Introduction to Micro economics
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Rwandan Economy
130 70 200 20 2
Financial Accounting
Acc 125
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting II
100 50 150 15 2
Quantitative technique I
Qt 126
Fundamental Mathematics
Descriptive statistics
130 70 200 20 2
Economic Development
Ecod 127
History of Economic facts
History of Economic thoughts
Development Economics
130 70 200 20 2
Introduction to business management
Orb 128
Principles of management
Introduction to Law
100 50 150 15 2
TOTAL 1200 120

LEVEL II

Module Title/Code UNIT Face to face HRS Self HRS Total Hours Total Credits Semester
Business and corporate Law
Bcl 211
Business law
Company law
100 50 150 15 1
Communication skills
BCS 212
Business communication skills 65 35 100 10 1
Quantitative techniques II
Qt 213
Mathematics for Business
Statistics for Business
100 50 150 15 1
Intermediate accounting
Acc 214
Intermediate accounting I
Intermediate accounting II
130 70 200 20 2
Information technology II
MIS 215
Data base management and spreadsheet
Management Information Systems
100 50 150 15 2
Introduction to entrepreneurship
ENT 216
Starting and growing small businesses
Analysis of national and regional Comparative and competitive advantages
65 35 100 10 2
Introduction to Marketing
Mkt 217
Marketing 65 35 100 10 2
Management of Organization
HRM. 218
Organization Behavior
Human resource management
100 50 150 15 2
Element of Taxation
Tax219
Introduction to Taxation 100 50 150 15 2
TOTAL 1200 120

SPECIALIZATION IN ACCOUNTING LEVEL III and IV

Module Title/Code UNIT Face to face HRS Self HRS Total Hours Total Credits Semester
Research methods
Rem 311
Research methods II 65 35 100 10 1
Advanced accounting
ACC 312
Advanced Accounting 100 50 150 15 1
Cost and managerial accounting
ACC 313
Cost accounting
Management accounting
130 70 200 20 1
Auditing and Assurance
ACC 314
Introduction to auditing and Assurance 100 50 150 15 1
Production and Operations Management
Pom 411
Production and Operations Management 65 35 100 10 2
Financial Management
FIM 412
Introduction to Financial Management 100 50 150 15 2
Procurement and strategic management
Proc 413
Purchasing and supply chains management
Strategic management
65 35 100 10 2
Accounting Software
ACC 414
Accounting Software 100 50 150 15 2
TOTAL 1200 120

LEVEL V

Module Title/Code UNIT Face to face HRS Self HRS Total Hours Total Credits Semester
Advanced Corporate reporting and governance
ACC511
Corporate reporting
Corporate governance
130 70 200 20 1
Advanced auditing and Taxation
ACC 512
Advanced Auditing and Assurance
Advanced Taxation
130 70 200 20 1
Advanced financial management
ACC513
Advanced financial management
Accounting for Financial Instruments
130 70 200 20 1
Financial reportings
ACC 314
International accounting standards
Public sectors accounting
130 70 200 20 1
Internship
Int 515
Internship 130 70 200 20 2
Dissertation Dissertation 130 70 200 20 2
TOTAL 1200 120

SPECIALIZATION IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT LEVEL III & IV

Module Title/Code UNIT Face to face HRS Self HRS Total Hours Total Credits Semester
Entrepreneurship management
Entm 311
Strategic management
Business plan development
Fundraising techniques and loan management
130 70 200 20 1
Business management skills
Bms 312
Introduction to Auditing and Assurance
Knowledge management and protection
130 70 200 20 1
Small and Medium Enterprises and rural industrialization
Fin 313
Poverty alleviation and income distribution in rural areas
SMEs and Industry development
SMEs finance
130 70 200 20 1
Value chain management
Vcm 411
Creating customer driven process strategies
Manufacturing and service flow issues
100 50 150 15 2
Financial reporting
Finr 412
Financial reporting 65 35 100 10 2
Strategic Alliance and networking
San 413
Strategic Alliance and networking 65 35 100 10 2
Research Methods
Rem 414
Research Methods II 65 35 100 10 2
Financial management
Pmd 415
Introduction to financial Management 100 50 150 15 2
TOTAL 1200 120

LEVEL V

Module Title/Code UNIT Face to face HRS Self HRS Total Hours Total Credits Semester
Innovation process management
Ipm 511
Innovation operations management
Customer survey design, administration and analysis
130 70 200 20 1
Local economic development
Led 512
Project management
Community development workshop
130 70 200 20 1
Procurement and Strategic Management
Proc 513
Purchasing and supply management
Strategic management
130 70 200 20 1
Production and Operation Management
Pom 514
Production and Operation Management 130 70 200 20 1
Internship
Int 515
Internship 200 20 2
Business Project
Proj 516
Business 200 20 2
TOTAL 1200 120

3.1 Exit Profile Accounting option

The primary responsibilities of the accounting department consist of:

  • General Ledger
  • Budgeting
  • Cash and Investment Management
  • Asset Management
  • Grants and Contracts Administration
  • Purchasing
  • Accounts Receivable and Billing
  • Cash Receipts
  • Accounts Payable
  • Cash Disbursements
  • Payroll and Benefits
  • Financial Statement Processing
  • External Reporting of Financial Information
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Compliance with Government Reporting Requirements
  • Annual Audit
  • Lease & Insurance

3.2 Exit Profile entrepreneurship development and management option

The concepts, tools, and frameworks covered in the program will enable participants to:

  • Create, identify, and evaluate new venture opportunities
  • Interpret customer needs and quantify the value proposition
  • Start and build a successful technology-based company
  • Understand how the process of starting new ventures may vary geographically and culturally
  •  Leverage new science and technologies from corporate or university laboratories
  • Develop winning business plans
  • Scale companies to be globally successful
  •  Navigate the venture capital investment process
  • Obtain feedback on personal entrepreneurship skills
  • Enhance and expand their networks

This program is designed for aspiring entrepreneurs, corporate venture officers, and those who would like to develop or strengthen a climate of entrepreneurship in their corporations, universities, and regions. Teams of entrepreneurs are encouraged to attend the program together with university staff and/or development professionals from their region.