I teach Monetary Economics at the Saints Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia. In the second year, the students have Macroeconomics in the first semester and Monetary Economics in the second semester. Macroeconomics covers the things such as: money and demand for money, money supply and monetary policy, output employment and prices, aggregate demand and output, aggregate supply and inflation, aggregate demand and aggregate supply, business cycles, fiscal policy and public debt, open economy macroeconomics, real exchange rates, etc.
On the other hand, the course in Monetary Economics covers the following topics: monetary theory (Keynes' liquidity reference theory, monetarism, New Classical school, New Keynesian school) money supply, money demand, monetary policy strategies (exchange rate pegs, monetary targeting, and inflation targeting), monetary policy instruments, monetary policy transmission mechanism, stabilization policies in Macedonia, monetary-fiscal policy coordination, etc.
Thus, there is considerable overlap in the two courses.