Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Not only was the instructor knowledgeable about the subject and available for the students, but this course was not based upon group projects. Individuals were given the opportunity to succeed by demonstrating their knowledge of the course material, and grades were applied fairly, because answers were quantitative, not subjective.
In the world of business, everything is built on data. But once a manager has the data, they need to make sense of it all and be able to predict what will happen next. Through the power of Economic Analysis, this course equips students to use information in useful and productive ways, to help take a firm from good to great.
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Advice for students:
Any students interested in this course should know that the formulas and graphs can be frightening. Don’t worry, though: With a little algebra skills and a solid understanding of the concepts, the average student will ace exams. As with any difficult material, it is critical that students communicate with their instructors by attending office hours and reading the textbook. Paying full attention in class and taking notes is a must.