Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Principles of Microeconomics is required for all business majors in UT Dallas. Microeconomics is much more based on individuals and how they can collectively influence a market. If you do take this class, I suggest Professor Roby - he is a laid back professor, extremely genuine, cares a lot about his students, and actually knows what he is doing.
Surprisingly, I have learned a lot in this course. We studied how markets work and the effect individuals have on markets and firms, it is interesting to see the huge influence consumers have on the markets.
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Advice for students:
Attendance isn't mandatory, which tempts maybe students to skip - I strongly suggest you don't. This may be an "easier" course, but skipping the class and missing lectures can result in failure of the course. The lectures are actually very interesting and progressive, you will learn a lot of applicable factors that you can use in real life. Definitely study before any exam, tough concepts may seem simple, they all rely on one another and their are a lot of finite details you need to pay attention to.