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Undergraduate Course descripton

A. FIRST YEAR:

  1. BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS;
  2. BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS; AND
  3. BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

I SEMESTER ONE

  1. EET 100: Microeconomic Theory I
  2. EES 100: Mathematics for Economists I
  3. EAE 100: Introduction to information Technology
  4. BAC 100: Fundamentals of Accounting I
  5. BBA 102: Principles of Management

· A student is required to take four units according to the units prescribed for the degree programme he or she is pursuing

· In addition a student is required to take any two university common units as prescribed by the degree programme he or she is enrolled in.

II. SEMESTER

  1. EET 101: Macroeconomic Theory I
  2. BAC 101: Fundamentals of Accounting II
  3. BBA 101: Business Law I
  4. BMS 101: Introduction to Insurance
  5. SMA 160: Probability and Statistics I

· A student is required to take four units according to the units prescribed for the degree programme he or she is pursuing

· In addition a student is required to take any two university common units as prescribed by the degree programme he or she is enrolled in.

· At the end of first year a student should have taken a total of 13 units including 4 the university common units

B. SECOND YEAR

  1. BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS;
  2. BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS; AND
  3. BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE

 

I. SEMESTER ONE

  1. EET 200: Microeconomic Theory II (Pre-requisite: EET 100)
  2. EES 200: Mathematics for Economists II (Pre-requisite: EES 100)
  3. EES 202: Statistics for Economics I
  4. EAE 201: Taxation Economics and Policy
  5. BBA 201: Principles of Marketing
  6. BAC 203: Business Finance I
  7. SMA 260: Probability and Statistics II ( Pre-requisite: SMA 160)
  8. BAC 200: Accounting for Assets

A student will take six units according to the degree programme he or she is enrolled in.

II. SEMESTER TWO

  1. EES 201: Mathematics for Economists III (Pre-requisite: EES 200)
  2. EET 201: Macroeconomic Theory II (Pre-requisite: EET 101)
  3. EAE 200: Economics of Global Business
  4. EAE 202: Financial Instruments and Risk Management
  5. EAE 203: Management in the New Global Economy
  6. EAE 204: Economic Development
  7. SMA 261: Probability and statistics III ( Pre-requisite SMA 260)
  8. BAC 201: Accounting for Liabilities and Equities
  9. BAC 204: Business Finance II (Pre-requisites: BAC 203)

A student will take six units according to the degree programme he or she is enrolled in..

C. THIRD YEAR

I. SEMESTER ONE

  1. AEC 300: Advanced Microeconomics
  2. AEC 301: Economic Development
  3. AEC 307: Public Finance
  4. AEC 304: Operation Research I
  5. AEC 306: International Economics I
  6. AEC 310: Labour Economics
  7. AEC 311: Urban Economics

II. SEMESTER TWO

  1. AEC 302: Advanced Macroeconomics
  2. AEC 303 Statistics for Economists II
  3. AEC 305: Health Economics
  4. AEC 309: Comparative Economic Systems
  5. AEC313: Economics of Money and Banking
  6. AEC 308: Managerial Economics
  7. AEC 315: International Economics II

D. THIRD YEAR:

SEMESTER ONE: (NEW PROGRAMME) (For Those Who Attend the Trimester)

  1. EET 300: Microeconomics Theory III (Pre-requisite: EET 200)
  2. EET 302: Macroeconomic Theory III (Pre-requisite: EET 201)
  3. EAE 300: Research Methods
  4. EAE 302: Public Finance
  5. EAE 307: International Economics I
  6. EAE 309: Financial Economics
  7. EES 300: Statistics for Economists II (Pre-requisite: EES 202)

8. EES 301: Operations Research I

9. EES 302: Sample Surveys

A student will take six units according to the degree programme he or she is enrolled in..

E. FOURTH YEAR

I. SEMESTER ONE

  1. AEC 400: Topics in Economic Theory
  2. AEC 401: Development Planning
  3. AEC 404: Sample Surveys
  4. AEC 407: Demographic Economics
  5. AEC 411: Monetary Theory and Policy
  6. AEC 413: Agricultural Economics
  7. AEC 416: Economics of Industry

II. SEMESTER TWO (JANUARY 2010)

  1. AEC 402: Project Appraisal
  2. AEC 403: Applied Economics Statistics
  3. AEC 405: Energy and Environmental Economics
  4. AEC 406: History of Economic Thought
  5. AEC 408: Economics of Public Enterprises
  6. AEC 412: Operations Research II
  7. AEC 414: Advanced Statistics

 

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