Summary of information on each subject/module
| |Name of Subject/Module |Introductory Macroeconomics | | |Subject Code |BME1024 | | |Status of Subject |Foundation | | |MQF Level/Stage |Bachelor – MQF Level 6 | | |Note : | | | |Certificate – MQF Level 3 | | | |Diploma – MQF Level 4 | | | |Bachelor – MQF Level 6 | | | |Masters – MQF Level 7 | | | |Doctoral – MQF Level 8 | | | |Credit Value |3 Credit Hours | | |Version |Date of Previous Version: August 2010 | | |(state the date of the last Senate approval) |Date of Current Version: October 2012 | | |Pre-Requisite |Nil | | |Name(s) of academic/teaching staff |Associate Prof. Dr. Elsadig Musa Ahmed | | | |Dr. Pritish Kumar Sahu | | | |Dr. Shanti Ramanathan | | | |Mr. Tan SengG Huat | | | |Dr. Solarin Sakiru Adebola | | | |Ms Yee Chin Nee | | |Semester and Year offered |Beta (First) Year, Trimester 2 | | |Objective of the course/module in the programme: | | |This subject is designed to | | |introduce students to the basic macroeconomic concepts, models, and tools | | |equip students with understanding and necessary skills for economic analysis and application of policy alternatives to solve particular| | |macroeconomic problems in an open economy | | |Synopsis:...
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