##### Courses

Course Name | Academic Year | Description |

Course Name | Academic Year | Description |
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Computer Applications in Economics (2104385) | Third Year | This course uses computers to estimate statistical relations among economic variables by solving simple and multi variables linear regression equations, simultaneous equations, and time series. It also introduces students to word and data processing, the use of geometric presentation of the economic functions, and the use of mathematical packages to solve linear and nonlinear programming models. |

Econometrics (2104480) | Fourth Year | This course provides an understanding of the concept of econometrics, the model of simple linear regression, applications on the linear model, hypothesis testing, correlation, analysis of variance, economic forecasting by using regression, identification problem, and economic application by using computer. |

Economic Studies (2104204) | Second Year | This course relies on a relatively high level of abstraction and focuses on the concepts and the techniques of economic analysis rather than on the understanding of specific economic phenomena or institutions. It is also allowing the participants to express their ideas using mathematical concepts simply as these allow the economist to express themselves more precisely than with spoken language |

Economics of Labor Market (2104341) | Third Year | The course seeks to illustrate and elucidate the following concepts: Manpower, Employment and unemployment. It also focuses on the analyses of labor market in terms of supply and demand, equilibrium, and the impact of government policies on Labor market. In addition, it analyses labor productivity and its determination, labor cost (wages, social cost), the labor-capital substation |

Introduction to statistical economics (2104184) | First Year | This module involves studying data collection, tabulation, and classification, Central tendency, and dispersion measures, Probability theory and probability distribution for both discreet and continues variables, The relation among variables through the study of correlation and regression, hypothesis testing, and time series analysis |

Mathematical Economic (2104280) | Second Year | This course aims at studying and reviewing the basic concepts in mathematics. A comprehensive mathematical analysis of Economic theories (consumer theory, firm theory and growth theories) using differential and integral equations, matrix, algebra, linear equations, input-output analyses, linear programming, and game theory |

Principles of Mathematical Economics (2104183) | First Year | This module covered in this course are mathematical tools, necessary for economic modeling and analysis such as Linear programming, derivatives and integration, optimization, numerical and geometrical series, matrices, maximization and minimization, and how to measure the simple and complex interest rate and net present value |

Principles of Microeconomics | First Year | The purpose of this course is to introduce students to economic, its relation to other fields of science, and the economic problem. This course studies the price theory (supply, demand, elasticities and market equilibrium), the consumer theory (utility indifference curves, and Consumer equilibrium), the firm theory (production, costs, and revenues), the market structure (competitive, monopolistic, and oligopoly), the producer equilibrium under different market structures, and distribution theory |

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