Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course not only lets you study real life economic problems in engineering, it also gives you practical concepts to help guide you in personal finance. I plan on keeping my book for personal reference in the future.
Before this course, I thought that I would study practical engineering applications to what I learned in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Yes, we did do that, but I also got a lot more. I learned HOW engineers make decisions. Not only do economic and accounting principles play into a decision, but ethical consequences must be considered as well.
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Advice for students:
Always ask questions! The instructor is willing to help if you ask. He is reasonable as long as you put the work in. I mentioned it below, but read the chapters before you try the homework. It helps a great deal, and it will give you reference for the exams. Finally, this course will greatly help you if you are considering becoming a Professional Engineer. It will prepare you for the economics portion of the exam.