Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would highly recommend this course for all business majors, and all students who are required to learn Microeconomics. The only people I would discourage from taking this class (in place of Engineering Economics) is the engineers. I was placed in this class as a substitute and it was not anything like engineering economics, and although I learned SO MUCH from this class, it took time away from my core math and science classes that I couldn't afford.
My favorite thing about this course was the professor. If you are on the Prescott campus for ERAU, Carreras is the only teacher you should take for microeconomics. You learn so much, he is the most knowledgeable teacher on his subject, and the most entertaining. He even brought cheeses to our last class! (You should ask him what his favorite cheese is)
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Advice for students:
If you want to succeed in Carreras' class, take really good notes on everything he says, study in GROUPS for assignments, and for goodness sakes go to the tutors because they know exactly what it is you need to get an A on your assignment, and they know exactly what Carreras is looking for.