Mathematics for Economists II, is a course aiming at introducing students to basic mathematical concepts, linking them to sets of economic exercises that relate to real problems faced by economists. In this sense, the course forms the basis for the specific methodologies developed in individual curriculum courses (e.g. macroeconomics, microeconomics).
By the end of this course the student will be able to:
By the end of this course the student will, have developed the following skills (general abilities):
Lectures (4 hours per week) and Tutorials (1 hour per week x 13 weeks)
Activity |
Semester workload |
Lectures (4 hours per week x 13 weeks) |
52 hours |
Tutorials (1 hour per week x 13 weeks) - solving of representative problems |
13 hours |
Hours for private study of the student and preparation of home-works) |
135 hours |
Total number of hours for the Course (25 hours of work-load per ECTS credit) |
200 hours (total student work-load) |
The overall course grade is the sum of a) the final exam grade plus b) 20 percent of the mid-term exam grade^{*}
_{*The above student evaluation method is a pilot one and will be re-examined at the end of academic year 2018-2019.}