Pretty easy, overall.
I would recommend this course because microeconomics is a useful concept for every day life. Topics such as game theory are not only interesting, but also applicable to real life, not just for those whose major is economics. However, it is important to take this class for personal interest because those who only take it as a requirement might find the information dry and other professors might be more suitable.
The course overall was very easy, as there was very little homework. The exams were fair, only consisting of multiple choice questions. The professor was also very kind, although monotone and quiet at times. Microeconomics consists of many topics, such as demand, supply, equilibrium, elasticity, monopolies, oligopolies, game theory.
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Advice for students:
While the information is dry and the professor often does not make the information seem interesting, microeconomics itself is a useful topic that can be applied to many aspects of life. Thus, by taking this course, you should find a motivation that is based on more than fulfilling a core requirement or getting easy credits.