The Faculty of Commerce is a modernly moving division of SDTI CAMPUS while offering programs of study across a wide range of discipline areas where many students are readily waiting to own a qualification. The nature of commercial activity is having dynamism in Sri Lanka and in the world. This challenge is faced by universities and professional academic bodies in the country. In order to design, teach and conduct research in areas relevant to establishing a progressive, technologically advanced capability in each of the primary areas of trade and commerce

Therefore, our primary focus of the degree program is based upon a structure of strengthening knowledge, expertise and access to the latest developments in disciplines such as finance, human resource management, tourism, marketing, advertising, and economics etc...

As simply comprehended, many of these disciplines have their origin in Western business and economic history. Indeed, many are the cornerstones of the globalized economy. Here in Sri Lanka, this means a careful adaptation of commercial theory and practice to best meet the nation’s emerging economic, social and regional needs. In Sri Lanka it is firmly expected to strengthen the trade links within the region and regional cooperation causes the success of local economic move. A team of expertise is an urgent need of the country to envisage the next business era. Likewise, for any economy to perform along a growth pattern, internal mechanisms improving the effectiveness of business operations – such as human resource management, logistics, information systems and legal frameworks – are vital. Expertise in these areas is of a fundamental importance for Sri Lankan economy

SDTI CAMPUS of Sri Lanka being affiliated with IIC University of Technology it is committed to produce well-rounded graduates who have both depth of knowledge in their major fields of study and breadth of knowledge outside their majors. The best graduates have mastery of specific subject matter within business fields, yet are able to practice their specialization within the wider aspects of economy, society and government. To achieve this outcome, the commerce degree at SDTI CAMPUS of Sri Lanka is structured upon a pattern of common core units, specialized majors, electives and an in-depth final paper

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SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
CF 10
Trade Evolution
3
2.
CF 20
Principles of Micro economics
3
3.
CF 30
Mathematics for Business and Economics
3
4.
CF 40
Computer Foundation
3
5.
CF 50
Administration and Office Management
3
6.
CF 60
History of Sri Lankan Trade
3
7.
CF 70
General English 1
3
8.
CF 80
General English 2
3
9.
CF 90
Fundamental Accounting Principles
3
10.
CF 100
Statistics for Business and Economics
3
SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
CFP 10
Financial Accounting
3
2.
CFP 20
Introduction to Business
3
3.
CFP 30
Principles of Macro economics
3
4.
CFP 40
Corporate Finance
3
5.
CFP 50
Organizational Behavior
3
6.
CFP 60
Business Law
3
7.
CFP 70
Fundamental Management
3
8.
CFP 80
Marketing Principles
3

The Human Resource Management Major is concerned with all aspects of recruitment and selection of staff, staff training, performance appraisal, staff supervision, professional development, and labor relations. Human Resource Management is rapidly developing in the service industry sector of the country; many employers are seeking to improve their human resources as a cost-effective aspect of their businesses.

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
CMH 10
Human Resource Training & Development
3
2.
CMH 20
Management Accounting 1
3
3.
CMH 30
Human Resource Information Systems
3
4.
CMH 40
Organizational Change & Development
3
5.
CMH 50
Organizational Structure & Design
3
6.
CMH 60
Management of Work Place Conflict
3
7.
CMH 70
Human Resource Management Practicum
3
8.
CMH 80
International Human Resource Management
3
9.
CMH 90
Strategic Human Resource Management
3
10.
CMH 100
International Labor Relations
3
11.
CMH 110
Research Methodology
3
12.
CMH 120
English for Business & Economics 1
3
13.
CMH 130
English for Business & Economics 2
3
14.
CMH 140
English for Business & Economics 3
3
15.
CMH 150
English for Business & Economics 4
3

The Administrative Management Major is designed to provide students with the knowledge and practical skills to organize and manage modern office procedures, communication networks, records, and filing systems, all in compliance with regulatory or statutory bodies

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
CMA 10
Management Accounting 1
3
2.
CMA 20
Business Process Management
3
3.
CMA 30
Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
3
4.
CMA 40
Human Resource Management
3
5.
CMA 50
Public Relations
3
6.
CMA 60
Administrative Management
3
7.
CMA 70
Cross-culture Communication and Transition
3
8.
CMA 80
Strategic Management
3
9.
CMA 90
International Management
3
10.
CMA 100
Purchasing & Supply Management
3
11.
CMA 110
Research Methodology
3
12.
CMA 120
English for Business & Economics 1
3
13.
CMA 130
English for Business & Economics 2
3
14.
CMA 140
English for Business & Economics 3
3
15.
CMA 150
English for Business & Economics 4
3

The Small Business Management Major is intended for students interested in owning their own business. The number of people employed in small businesses in Sri Lanka is significant; small business is the backbone of the nation’s GDP. Many have become high flyers in this sector not only in Sri Lanka but in the world. This major provides students with the knowledge and skill to run their own business, particularly the skills required for merchandising, cost-accounting, invoicing, stock replenishment, and competitive pricing. Issues such as product cycles, taxes and business practice in law are also discussed

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE CREDIT
1.
CME 10
Business Taxation
3
2.
CME 20
Management Accounting 1
3
3.
CME 30
Management Accounting 2
3
4.
CME 40
Business Ethics
3
5.
CME 50
Commercial Bank Management
3
6.
CME 60
Company Law
3
7.
CME 70
Public Relations
3
8.
CME 80
Small Business Operation
3
9.
CME 90
Strategic Management
3
10.
CME 100
Concepts of Entrepreneurship
3
11.
CME 110
Research Methodology
3
12.
CME 120
English for Business & Economics 1
3
13.
CME 130
English for Business & Economics 2
3
14.
CME 140
English for Business & Economics 3
3
15.
CME 150
English for Business & Economics 4
3

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