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History & Theories of Architecture

Course outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding:

1- Outline basic macroeconomic concepts and principles such as unemployment, inflation, saving, investments, growth and balance of payments.
2- Recognize economic policies on the macro level such as fiscal and monetary policies on the aggregate economy.
3- Identify the linkages between the money market, the financial market, and the market for goods and services.
4- Investigate simple mathematical, verbal and diagrammatic methods of analysis.
5- Draw alternative policy responses focusing on contemporary macroeconomic policies while always referring back to some specific macroeconomic model.
6- Observe knowledge of macroeconomic models to analyze economic problems in the real world.
7- Appreciate the common structure of the macroeconomic models using terms such as exogenous variables, endogenous variables, equilibrium, disequilibrium, and whether or not models return to their equilibrium.
8- Investigate macroeconomic changes in the real world and be able to identify the reasons behind such changes.

b. Intellectual Skills:

1- Subdivide different macroeconomic methodological tools into mathematical and diagrammatical methods of analysis to explain macroeconomic issues.
2- Analyze the characteristics of alternative macroeconomic models.
3- Link macroeconomics with other social branches to facilitate the decision making process.
4- Interpret key macroeconomic principles to various practical and policy issues.
5- Examine different macroeconomic data analysis techniques in analyzing and interpreting international economic phenomenon such prose, tables, and graphs.

c. Professional and Practical Skills:

1- Prepare analytical methods, theory based and model based arguments.
2- Dramatize on government policies, macroeconomic performance.
3- Construct a comparison between macroeconomic performances in different countries.
4- Use and construct a sound knowledge of core economic theory.
5- Conduct profitability and cost-benefit analysis evaluations to analyze country macroeconomic performance if random and/or intended changes occur in the environment.
6- Use both qualitative and quantitative skills in solving economic problems.

d. General and Transferable Skills:

1- Experience with conceptual frameworks effective for problem solving and decision making.
2- Acquire analytical reasoning skills, numeric and clear effective communication skills.
3- Test the ability of students to work under pressure and as part of a team.

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