Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course itself will help students gain a better understanding of economics and will help with intermediate economics. It is a course that analyzes the decision making behavior between consumers and producers. It is an essential course for all economics majors.
Since this is a short summer course. We have to learn at a very quick pace. Microeconomics is a more specific branch of economics and deals with the market behavior of consumers and firms, I've learned a lot about how these consumers and firms interact with one another when making decisions. The decision making process of firms and households exists in every economy and is very important to understand even for someone who is not studying economics. Microeconomics is definitely a "real world" term that exists between consumers and producers everywhere.
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Advice for students:
The professor is brief and does his best to assist students. But just like any other economics course, you must study the material before asking any questions.