ECON 1001

Introduction to Microeconomics

Filter Reviews

Overall0
Easiness0
Interest0
Usefulness0
Reviews 3
2

Class Ratings

4Good Class
3Avg. Difficulty
4Interesting
4Useful

Prof: Collins Ayoo / Fall 2018

Aug 19, 2021

Comments on the course

Good class

Grade: AWorkload: 6hrs/weekTextbook Use: Yes
1

Class Ratings

5Amazing Class
5Very Easy
4Interesting
5Very Useful

Prof: Pat Coe / Fall 2020

Aug 20, 2021

Comments on the course

I think it depends on the prof you have because I know of some people that complained about not understanding the course because their professor was terrible. I’d say the workload in Pat’s course was minimal (4 writing assignment and weekly Mindtap question that where not at all difficult). I watched some of his pre-recorded lectures and they were good but I would say stick to the book. He gives the main points but I prefer reading from the book because it gives more information and examples. So to sum it up, if Pat Coe was a professor for second level economic courses I would take it in a heartbeat. I just realized that I spoke more about the prof than the course itself. All I have to say is that Micro/Macroeconomic (1001 & 1002) where very eye opening in terms of how the world works. I...read more

Suggest a professor

4.7/5

Grade: AWorkload: 5hrs/weekTextbook Use: Yes
0

Class Ratings

4Good Class
4Easy
3Kinda Interesting
4Useful

Prof: Troy Joseph / Winter 2020

Aug 21, 2021

Comments on the course

If you attended lectures and tutorials, and did the assignments that were due every 2 weeks you would be set. The midterm was in-person and I found it to be very straightforward and similar to the questions on the assignments. The final was definitely a lot harder in my opinion, but it was online and open book.

Advice

Attend PASS if it is available for your section.

Grade: AWorkload: 5hrs/weekTextbook Use: Yes

Leave a Review

Overall Rating

Easiness

Interest

Usefulness

Professor Rating

Comment on the course*

Course content

Comment on the professor

Advice