This class was tough.
Course Overview:
I would definitely recommend this class if you are a STEM major as it is a required course. As a Quantitative Economics major, I found this class helpful but much more focused towards STEM majors with the material taught in class. However, this class will prove to be extremely helpful once I get into my upper-level Econ courses. Additionally, Quantitative Economics and/or a strong background in quantitative analysis is VERY helpful if you want to go to graduate school for Economics. Not only does it look good on your application due to the rigor of your coursework, it helps you immensely with complex Micro and Macroeconomic Theory.
Course highlights:
In Calculus II, you will learn integration techniques, applications of integration, parametric equations and polar coordinates, and sequences and series.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Put in more time than I put in to this class. You might be able to think you can get by with minimal studying and practicing but you are wrong! Be thorough. Practice problems for at least an hour everyday and make sure you are studying on the weekends. This is where I messed up because I thought I could breeze by with minimal work, but that did not end up working out so well for me.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
great professor who made the class completely understandable and interesting
Course highlights:
entertaining professor who made the class fun
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
do the homework problems after every class