Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was great as part of my Economics major and it was not too difficult to get an A. The professor cares about his students and wants everyone to learn as much as they can. If not pursuing a degree in economics, this course is not for you.
I learned about the Keynesian, Classical and Neoclassical models of economics. The main idea was to gain a thorough understanding of each--both graphically and mathematically. By the end, we were able to compare the differences and similarities in the projected economic outcomes of a change in interest rate, price level, etc. between each model.
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Advice for students:
Get the book + Go to office hours + Form a study group = A