This class was tough.
This class, while difficult, is taught by one of the best Economics professors on campus. He makes the material fun and engaging, (which, let's face it, economics isn't all that exciting.) The class routinely watched videos and podcasts that went along with what we were learning about that week. There were multiple quizzes every month, four tests, and plenty of extra credit opportunities.
Gained a thorough knowledge of Macroeconomics, including GDP, aggregate supply and demand, fiscal policy, and international trade.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you fully understand Microeconomics before undertaking this course. Macroeconomics builds off previous economics classes. Be prepared to attend every class, read all assigned chapters, and put in lots of time outside of class.