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Course Code: 
COE 3213
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

This course examines the nature of corporate governance from several perspectives including economics, law, accounting, ethics, and moral reasoning. This course explores critical board issues including implications of different practices in corporate governance, legal and regulator structures, financial policies and reporting, evaluating the leadership and accountability within an organization, the stakeholder theory; compensation, and strategies for effective oversight. The course examines the evolution of corporate governance mechanisms from the theoretical and practical view point, the concepts of corporate governance, mechanisms of corporate governance and accountability. Course Objectives

  • The course aims at introducing students to the roles and functions of corporations and
  • to provide a context within which to evaluate corporate activity, accountability and impact.
  • The course is designed to provide an introduction to theories of corporate governance and the practical means of regulating and controlling corporations.
Learning Outcomes: 
  • an understanding of corporate governance
  • explain the interaction of corporate governance with business ethics and company law
  • explain the effects of corporate governance on directors’ behaviour and their duties of skill and care.
  • explain different board structures, the role of the board and corporate governance issues;
  • describe the types of policies and procedures that best practice companies introduce;  explain the regulatory governance framework for companies.
corporate governance
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