Pretty easy, overall.
If you are planning on transferring to any university as a business student and the university asks you that you need to have completed macroeconomics, I advise you to take it. Only take the course if you are a business major. Its also a good idea for students who are majoring in law or political science to take this course as well.
Like in any given macroeconomics class, you will talk about what's economics, trade offs, and supply and demand. I learned on how to calculate GDP for a particular country at a given year. I also learned how to calculate the CPI. And of course I learned about aggregate expenditure of demand and supply.
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Advice for students:
In most macroeconomic course, you will be doing homework assignments online by the publisher that comes with your textbook. Its a good idea to always read ahead of time. Know the concepts of supply and demand because those two concepts will build on when you learn about aggregate supply and demand and when you discuss monetary and fiscal policies. Read the graphs and analyze what the graphs are talking about.