JumpMan_Josh saidThanks guys! I was wondering if it was more math-related or not. I've heard mixed opinions!
TheQuest saidEconomics isn't really a math class. It depends on the instructor though. I teach it more as a social science class, but some will make you do all the graphs and charts. I just have students look at the charts and understand how they apply to the choices we make.
If you've taken online classes before, I do think you can handle it. What other courses are you taking? You are very smart. I believe in you. I am sure you can do it.
Next semester my class schedule is this:
New Testament Religion (Had to have one more elective).
HOLY SHIT! ACCOUNTING, STATS ANNNNND MICRO?!?? You might wanna change the order of your schedule so that the New testament Religion class is first because I have a feeling you're gonna need some SERIOUS prayer boo.
I agree. I wouldn't put accounting and stats together ever. Your adviser is an idiot. Just saying.
I believe you can do it, but you are going to have some serious study time going on.
The good news - if they are using the same econ books I use, the first 3 or 4 chapters are the same for both macro and micro because they are the fundamentals - then they split off into the respective directions.
If you have a good back knowledge of accounting, I think you will be fine in this class, but stats still gives me nightmares.
God be with you Joshy...