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History & Theories of Architecture

  • Course Code :
    ARC 221
  • Level :
    Undergraduate
  • Course Hours :
    3 Hours
  • Department :
    3

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a. Knowledge and Understanding:

1- Outline basic macroeconomic concepts and principles.
2- Describe the different types of financial markets and the primary financial instruments.
3- Recognize macroeconomic principles related to decision making in terms of money and banking such as the interest rate structure, the rational expectation theory used in the stock market, expected rates of return, expected inflation, income and price effects.
4- Identify the key means by which the economy can affect interest rates and in return the money market and the bond market.
5- Investigate the theoretical foundations and the importance of stock market efficiency.
6- Investigate simple mathematical, verbal and diagrammatic methods of analysis.
7- Draw alternative policy responses focusing on contemporary macroeconomic policies while always referring back to some specific macroeconomic model.

b. Intellectual Skills:

1- Subdivide different macroeconomic and microeconomic methodological tools into mathematical and diagrammatical methods of analysis to explain issues related to the subject of money and banking.
2- Analyze the characteristics of the financial system, focusing on the banking sector, the stock market, the bond market, and the FOREX.
3- Link money and banking with other social branches both economic and non-economic to facilitate the decision making process.
4- Interpret key macroeconomic principles to various practical and policy issues.
5- Differentiate between the different types of banks, their activities and the recent trends towards international banking.
6- Examine different data analysis techniques in analyzing and interpreting International economic phenomenon such prose, tables, and graphs.
7- Infer on financial crises, being able to identify the main sources and the policies and institutional reforms that have to be adopted to mitigate its adverse effects and prevent reoccurrence.

c. Professional and Practical Skills:

1- Model calculations of rate of returns of primary financial instruments, present value of stocks and bands, and expected inflation rates.
2- Show an understanding of monetary policy and the impact it has on the economy.
3- Produce basic financial evaluations for company performance.
4- Use both qualitative and quantitative skills in solving economic problems.
5- Contribute in decision making by acquiring important skills in numeracy, literacy, and information processing.

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.
4- Read and analyze financial news and reports including stock market prices, foreign exchange rate prices.

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