Macroeconomics 2

The aim of Macroeconomics 202 is to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of the performance of the national economy, as a whole. The main topics within this course are Economic Growth and Development, International Trade, Economic Integration, Balance of Payments, International Institutions, Exchange Rates and Foreign Direct Investments. The main purpose of the course is to allow students to apply, analyze and develop economic models, which can used by both governments and large corporations to assist in the development and evaluation of economic policy and business strategy. Students additionally will be able to recommend the use of similar models to real life situation, which could then ideally impact their own national economy.

Microeconomics 2

The aim of the second semester of Microeconomics is to further provide students with adequate knowledge and understanding of the vitality and excitement of the discipline, and to show students that economics has relevance to the “ordinary business of life”. The focus of this semester is on economic institutions, in particular the internal organization of firms and governments. The main topics to be covered include Market Structure, Market Failure, Theory of Income Distribution and Decision Making with Incomplete Information. Students will be required to apply these concepts of Microeconomics to real-life problems. Furthermore, the course is intended to provide the basis for a board understanding of economics and to provide a satisfactory basis for further study of the subject.

Principles of Macroeconomics

The aim of Principles of Macroeconomics is to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of the overall performance of the national economy. The main topics within this course are the nature of macroeconomics, national income, classical models of the macro-economy, basic Keynesians model, demand and supply of money, monetary and fiscal policy and Public debt. The main purpose of the course is to understand and apply these macroeconomic theories to real-life scenarios. This course should assist students to evaluate varying economics issues, so as to make informed economic decisions.

Macroeconomics 201

The aim of Macroeconomics 1 is to provide students with the knowledge and competencies of the overall performance of the national economy. The main topics within this course are the nature of macroeconomics, national income, classical models of the macro-economy, basic Keynesians model, demand and supply of money, monetary and fiscal policy and Public debt.  This course will provide students with skills to apply these macroeconomic theories to authentic experiences including government regulations, monetary policy, investment, savings and the role of commercial banks. This course should assist students to evaluate varying economics issues, to assess and make informed economic decisions.

 

ECON 101- Microeconomics 1- Marita Linarez

The study of Economics enable individuals to develop a better understanding of the economic issues which affect them and the world in which they live. The aim of Microeconomics 1 is to provide candidates with an adequate knowledge and understanding of the tools of economic analysis and the situations and problems to which these tools are applied. The main topics in this course are the Central problem of Economics, Tools of Economics Analysis, Theory of Consumer Demand, and the Theory of Supply.  The main purpose is to apply these concepts of Microeconomics to real-life problems. The course is also intended to provide the basis for a board understanding of economics and to provide a satisfactory basis for further study of the subject. Undoubtedly, the knowledge gained from this course will be of lifelong value to the student.