Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This is a basic introductory microeconomics course. The class is huge, a lecture of 450+ students. In order to get a good grade it is important that you actually attend class and discussion, do the homework, and go in for office hours if needed. It really gives you an intro into economics and Professor Thomas is very passionate about the subject. Her examples are very helpful and realistic which also help you understand the course.
The best part of this course I think was the homeworks for each chapter. They worked as a check in for me to see what I needed to work on and go in and ask questions about. You learn about basic microeconomics and it is like any other micro course.
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Advice for students:
Discussion sections can be helpful or not. Try testing out different TAs to see which one is the best for you and will answer your questions in the most thoughtful way. Discussion is not helpful unless the TA is. Skim the textbook before class and then read it thoroughly before doing the HW. That way, when you do the HW you are refreshed on what it will be on. HW is 25% of your grade so actually work hard on it and focus on your answers.