Course : Professional core courses
Course credit/hours : 32 hours
Class time/room : TBA on 1 week ahead of commencement
Name/title : Dr. Luigi Renato Morales Azzaro @Da Hai
Teacher contact : firstname.lastname@example.org , +8618889168269
Office hours/Place : 16:00pm – 18:00pm, Wednesday, 4th Floor, School of Business
Used textbooks : All references are listed in the Section TEACHING REFERENCES
Course Requirements : All detailed information are abundantly explained in the Section Course Preface
Reading list : All references are listed in the Section TEACHING REFERENCES
Material (material) : The IT supporting equipment used for teaching are the Multimedia Projector, the PC station in class, video sources, web links, and on-line research
Learning (student) : All details are abundantly explained in the Section Lessons Plan
This course aims to develop deep understanding and factual knowledge of Macroeconomics, business management skills and knowledge of the student while, at the same time, it seeks to promote and motivate the student’s learning of Macroeconomics not only as a social science but also as a fundamental educational tool to fully comprehend economic cultures, practices, styles and strategies determining the global financial system. The course will be delivered, exclusively, in English as the recognized language of the international global business world.
This course and the book aim to provide the students with the fundamental notions needed for the achievement of the required educational standard of comprehension and competency in Macroeconomics. The additional material offered has the scope to further complement and support the overall learning and educational goals the student is expected to possess at the end of the course.
One thing that is clearly paramount for the course’s success is the need to deliver quality education through interactive participation and relaxing class environment where positive environment stimulates learning initiative and teamwork. The teaching will reflect and promote the interpersonal communication and social skills needed to prepare the student for the future occupational life. Teamwork, peer interaction, social responsibility and leadership development are encouraged throughout the course together with study planning and organizational and time management skills.
Furthermore, an appreciation of economics’ culture and thoughts – and the importance of language knowledge in particular – is a strong, and hopefully, novel feature for a course of this nature. In attempting to understand the importance of Macroeconomics and English language, this course also aims to be international in its focus and its use of sources and examples.