IE304 : international trade


Department of Islamic Economics

Academic Program

Bachelor in Islamic economics







The course International Trade, code IE304, is taught to students in the third semester of the Department of Islamic Economics, at a rate of three hours per week. In this course, the student studies important topics in defining real international economic exchanges and the most important theories of international trade in the classical theory and examples of these theories in modern theory and balance in the economy CSS, modern theory, international trade, international trade, specialization, exchange rates, reciprocal demand curves, economic effects of international trade, economic growth, international trade, the effect of increasing production supply, trade policy, customs duties, and their various effects, and economic integrationThe course aims to:• Studying relationships, conditions, factors, and variables related to the real aspect of international relations and transactions.• Focuses on finding solutions to economic problems that hinder the flow of goods and services between countries.The value that accrues to the student from studying the course is due to:• That the student knows the subject of international relations between countries.• That the student knows the problems that hinder the flow of goods and services between countries.• That the student understands the methods and skills necessary to plan activities.

Intended learning outcomes

First: Mental Skills:• That the student links between study and application.• The student analyzes the economic effects of international trade.• The student should use the knowledge he acquired in drawing commercial policies.Second: Scientific and Professional Skills:• Enhancing the student's ability to use what he studied in professional applications.• The ability to understand and research international trade books and extract useful information from them.• That the student links between international trade and specialization.

Teaching and learning methods

The course is offered to the student through:• Lectures.• Panel discussions.

Methods of assessments

Evaluation method:• Written midterm exam 30%.• Activity 10%.• Final written exam 60%