Pretty easy, overall.
Prof. Nutting knows what he is talking about. His mode of instruction is very clear and concise. He uses real world examples to try and add life to the relatively dry coursework of Introduction to Economics. He is ready to help during the office hours and is also supportive in any additional guidance that one may need in terms of choosing or declaring major. He is strict in terms of marking, but if you study his class notes well, you will be able to perform well on all the tests and problem sets.
I am an economics major. It was a good way to introduce oneself to the micro and macro economics and get acquainted to the terminology used in the field of economics.
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Advice for students:
Be consistent in your preparation for the course. It is not a cumulative final exam but if you plan to be an economics major, it is helpful to make sure you know the contents of this course in a holistic manner.