Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Prior to taking this course, I took microeconomics. I had a strong economical background, but this course's material made me question it. Though the professor tried to simplify the material, the course was still tough. The fact that our professor curved every test substantially made the course bearable. The ideas do not necessarily correlate. Definitely not a cohesive experience, especially when the professor rushes through lectures throughout the semester. Professor was more than willing to help, but I still feel the course was on the more difficult end of the spectrum. A passable course, nonetheless.
Though the course was difficult, I gained pieces of understanding of the rationale behind a family's spending habits (time, money, etc.). The course, in general, was insightful; however, the numbers were difficult to understand. For the most part, what stood out to me in the course was the strategy and logic highlighted in the course.
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Advice for students:
If you are able to give this course about 10 hours per week, you can earn an A. Though the insight of the course in general was useful, I would not invest 10 hours per week on a course that may not be relevant to your desired major