1.  NAME OF COURSE / MODULE  Business Mathematics  
2.  COURSE CODE  MDB2023  
3.  NAME(S) OF ACADEMIC STAFF  
4.  RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE COURSE/MODULE IN THE PROGRAMME  This course is a foundation of calculation in Muamalat and students will be exposed to the basic mathematical tools in order to illustrate problemsolving through mathematical approach for their understanding in order to prepare them mentally for integrated business students.  
5.  SEMESTER & YEAR OFFERED  Semester 3 / Year 2  
6.  TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT)  Face to face:
L=lecture ; T=Tutorial; P=Practical; O=Others (Exam) 
Total Guided and Independent Learning:


7.  CREDIT VALUE  115/40= 2.875 (3 credit); 2+2  
8.  PREREQUISITE (IF ANY)  NIL  
9.  OBJECTIVES  1. To familiarize students with the basic elements of mathematical tools in problem solving.
2. To equip students with ample knowledge to solving and interpret problems in application. 

10.  LEARNING OUTCOMES  At the end of the course, learners will be able to:
1. Explain the elements of basic mathematics tools. (LO1:C2,LO2:P2) 2. Apply the knowledge in solving problems in applications. (LO3CTPS3:C3) 

11.  TRANSFERABLE SKILLS  Student should be able to develop a good understanding of background of business mathematics through a process of lectures, tutorial and group assignment.  
12.  TEACHINGLEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY  Teachinglearning strategy:
·The course will be taught through a combination of formal lectures, exercise, group work, using authentic materials, informal activities and various textbooks. Collaborative teamwork will be fosters throughout the course. The use of examination and internal reporting assessment will assess the student’s ability to apply theoretical concept in context. Assessment strategy: · Formative 

13.  SYNOPSIS  In this course, students will be exposed to the basic mathematical tools in order to illustrate problemsolving through mathematical approach. An emphasis is placed on helping students to formulate, solve and interpret the results of the problems in application. To achieve this, mathematical concepts are introduced with reallife examples to capture student interest.  
14.  MODE OF DELIVERY  Lectures and tutorial (SCL)  
15.  ASSESSMENT METHODS AND TYPES 


16.  CONTENT OUTLINE OF THE COURSE/MODULE AND SLT PER TOPIC 


17.  REFERENCES  Main reference: 1. Haeussler, E.F. et.al. 2011 Mathematical Analysis for Business, Economics, and the Life and Social Sciences, 12^{th} ed. Prentice Hall. Additional references: 1. AbdullahYusof, et.al. 2005. Mathematical Analysis For Economics, Business and Accounting. 1^{st} Ed. McGraw Hill 2. Soo T. Tan 2007. Applied Mathematics for the Managerial, Life and Social Sciences, 4^{th} Ed. Thompson 3. Barnett, et.al 2010 College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences, 12^{th} ed. Pearson 4. Haeussler, E. F., Jr. & Paul, R.S. (2005). Introductory Mathematical Analysis for the Students of Business and Economics, 11th Edition, Prentice Hall. 
Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Learning Outcomes
TOPIC 
Contact hours (week) 
Lesson Learning Outcome (Students are able to…)  CLO  KI  Teaching & Learning Activities  Assessment Tasks 
Introduction to Business Mathematics
Revision on algebra 
6  1. Islam and mathematics; scholars and their contribution.
2. To model situations described by linear or quadratic equations. 3. To solve linear inequalities in one variable and to introduce interval notation. 4. To model reallife situations in terms of inequalities. 5. To solve equations and inequalities involving absolute values. 
LO2
LO3 
C2
CTPS3 
o Lecture
o Tutorial Activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 
Lines, Parabolas and Systems
· Lines · Application and linear function · Quadratic Functions · Systems Linear Equations 
4 
1. To develop the notion of slope and different forms of equations of lines.
2. To develop the notion of demand and supply curves and to introduce linear functions. 3. To sketch parabolas arising from quadratic functions. 4. To solve systems of linear equations in both two and three variables by using the technique of elimination by addition or by substitution. 5. Application of System Equation 
LO2
LO3 
P2
CTPS3 
o Lecture
o Tutorial activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 
Function and Graphs
· Function · Special Function · Inverse Function · Curve sketching application 
8  1. To introduce different types of functions.
2. To introduce addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and multiplication by a constant. 3. To introduce inverse functions and properties. 4. To graph equations and functions. 5. To find critical values, to locate relative maxima and relative minima of a curve 
LO2
LO3 
P2
CTPS3 
o Lecture
o Tutorial activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 
Differentiation  8  1. To compute derivatives by using the limit definition.
2. To develop basic differentiation rules. 3. To interpret the derivative as an instantaneous rate of change. 4. To apply the product and quotient rules. 
LO1
LO3 
C4
CTPS3 
o Lecture
o Tutorial activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 
Matrix Algebra
· Introduction · Additional 
8  1. To explain the concept of a matrix.
2. To explain the special types of matrices. 3. To explain the matrix reduction to solve a linear system and inverse matrix. 
LO3
LO1 
CTPS3
C3 
o Lecture
o Tutorial activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 
Limit and Continuity  8  1. To study limits and their basic properties.
2. To study onesided limits, infinite limits, and limits at infinity. 3. To study continuity and to find points of discontinuity for a function. 4. To develop techniques for solving nonlinear inequalities. 
LO3
LO2 
CTPS3
P2 
o Lecture
o Tutorial activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 
Derivative of logarithmic  4  1. To introduce exponential functions and their applications.
2. To introduce logarithmic functions and their graphs. 3. To study the basic properties of logarithmic functions. 4. To develop techniques for solving logarithmic and exponential equations. 
LO3
LO1 
CTPS3
C3 
o Lecture
o Tutorial activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 
Mathematical of Finance  8  1. To solve problems involving the time value of money.
2. To solve problems with interest is compounded continuously. 3. To introduce the notions of ordinary annuities and annuities due. 4. To learn how to amortize a loan and set up an amortization schedule. 5. To discuss the concept of time value of money in Islamic Finance. 
LO3
LO1 
CTPS3
C3 
o Group active reading
o Tutorial activity – exercises 
Feedback on tutorial activity 