Economics is often considered challenging. One reason for this is that economics is like your first course in a foreign language, where you need to learn a new vocabulary and a new way of thinking. But like a foreign language, if you take this course seriously and work at it, you will learn macroeconomics. It’s not rocket science.If you study the texts, participate in class, and work through the homework assignments, you will learn macro. Asking questions is an important way to learn the material, so you should feel free to ask questions via twitter on anything you don’t understand.
You can find links to other information about the course requirements to the right. This information includes:
- How Final Grades will be determined, and
- What’s involved in “Class Contribution.”