Courses Catalogue

Introductory Economics

COURSE CODE: ICH 2114
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 3
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Industrial Chemistry, Bachelor
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Course Description

  •   Mathematical methods in chemical engineering.By S.Pushpavanam
  •   Mathematical methods in chemical engineering,2nd Ed.By V.G.Jenson and GV.Jeffreys
  • Linear m,athematical models in chemical engineering.By Martin SA.Hjorsso and P.WolenskiThe course deals with the elementary economics and in particular the theories of demand, supply and market prices, pricing and employment of resources, general equilibrium and welfare economics, theories of income and employment; impact of international trade, aggregate income distribution.

  Course Objectives:

i.        To equip students with the knowledge of economics required in the field of industrial chemistry

ii.      To provide students with an integrated view of the economic process and how they relate to industrial practices

iii.    To emphasize the importance predicting and analyzing consumer responses to industrial chemistry actions