Courses

Discipline wise list of courses offered

Economics

Course Number: HUL 213
Credit: 0.0
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Course Number: HUL 212
Credit: 0.0
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Course Number: HUL 736
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

Economic growth. Economic development. Historic growth and contemporary development. Lessons and controversies. Characteristics of developing countries. Obstacles to development. Structural changes in the process of economic development. Relationship between agriculture and industry. Strategies... Read more

Course Number: HUL 318
Credit: 3.0
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The course is aimed at developing an understanding of the basics in Public Economics and Public Finance. Public economics is the study of government policy from the points of view of economic efficiency and equity. The course deals with the nature of government intervention and its implications... Read more

Course Number: HUL 735
Credit: 2.0
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This course will introduce students to methods of quantitative economic research using primary and secondary data source. The purpose is to provide training for Ph.D. scholars in the department

Course Number: HUL 320
Credit: 3.0
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The course will introduce students to selected topics in Economics as decided by the instructor.

Course Number: HUV 887
Credit: 1.0
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Estimation and inference in two variable model; OLS assumption; Extension of the two variable model; OLS assumption : autocorrelation, multicollinearity, and heteroskedasticity, models with limited dependent variables : LPM, log it, and probit; Panel data modelling: fixed effect and random... Read more

Linguistics

Course Number: HUL 888
Credit: 3.0
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Notions of applied linguistics; psycholinguistics; socio- linguistics; language learning; language teaching; contrastive analysis; error analysis; pedagogic grammars; applied lexicology; communicative teaching; discourse analysis; stylistic and literature.

Course Number: HUL 242
Credit: 4.0
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This course provides answers to basic questions about the nature and constitution of human language in the mind/brain of native speakers. Varied aspects of linguistic organization, including structures of sounds, words and sentences are considered to understand the core universals of all... Read more

Course Number: HUL 812
Credit: 3.0
Course Objective:

Two complementary aspects of studies in linguistics and literary theory are brought together in this course; grammatical paradigms for the study of sentential and supra-sentential structures, including those of narrative and argument; theories of rhetoric; persuasion, use and meaning; rhetorical... Read more

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