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ECON 201 Introduction to Microeconomics

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    Aug 08, 2016
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    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I was required to take this course for my business major and to be honest, I probably wouldn't take it otherwise. The professor did not cover all the information needed for tests for this course. There were PowerPoint lectures everyday and participation is required by answering a few questions in class. If you are interested in economics, this is a great class to take. It provides you with the basics for how our economy works, which is necessary to know in everyday life.

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    Microeconomics is the study of individual decisions in the economic market. We learned about what individuals and firms do with prices among goods and services regarding supply and demand. Some highlights of this course were learning the various graphs of supply and demand. If you can read and understand a supply and demand graph, you will succeed in this course. I learned about how the shifts of supply and demand affect important factors in the economy. I learned how production and market structure affect the market and our personal decisions as consumers.

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    This course provides a lot of information regarding microeconomics. I would suggest going to class everyday and taking notes on the power points. The professor lectures quite a bit, and even though it may be tiring, it is in your best interest to pay attention. Complete the readings and do practice examples. Situational problems are on the tests and those are the most difficult. You definitely need to invest your own time outside of class for studying.

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