I'm quite interested in taking a course in Economics... I'm in second year and still have no idea what my major is, so I'm sort of experimenting at the moment. I know nothing of economics, so am wondering if any of you can tell me how much math is involved? Should i take Calculus II, Linear Algebra or Discrete Math to help me with it? Or Differential Equations? I have Intro Calculus.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Also, what is the difference between 'Micro' and 'Macro' Economics? I'm assuming small-scale and large-scale, but what is the difference between the scales?

Most importantly, are the courses interesting?

Thanks so much!

PS: I really don't want to take Calc II or Differential ;)

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# Anyone in Economics?

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