ECON 2010: Principles of Macroeconomics

Overview

Course: ECON 2010
Title: Principles of Macroeconomics
Department: ECON - Economics
Credits: 3
Description: Prereq.: ECON 2000 or 2001. An honors course, ECON 2011, is also available. Credit will not be given for both this course and ECON 2011 or 2030. Study of economy-wide phenomena, including inflation, unemployment, the monetary system, economic growth, international trade and finance.
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History

Semester Average W-Rate A B C D F Enrolled Avail Sections
Fall 2016 (shown) 592 184 8
Summer 2016 75 45 2
Spring 2016 784 56 9
Fall 2015 564 72 8
Summer 2015 78 42 2
Spring 2015 660 0 10
Fall 2014 560 6
Summer 2014 20 102 2
Spring 2014 570 0 7
Fall 2013 589 14 6
Summer 2013 63 59 2
Spring 2013 562 41 9
Fall 2012 551 4 7
Summer 2012 90 20 2
Spring 2012 538 29 7
Fall 2011 488 46 6
Summer 2011 73 37 2
Spring 2011 549 91 8
Fall 2010 388 5
Summer 2010 60 180 3
Spring 2010 593 47 8
Fall 2009 417 12 5
Summer 2009 2.548 8% 14% 34% 32% 8% 2% 126 28 2
Spring 2009 2.325 14% 12% 27% 26% 12% 6% 639 21 7
Fall 2008 340 1 4
Overall 2.363 13% 13% 29% 28% 12% 6% 763

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NOTE: Grade distribution information for this semester is not yet available. The Average and W-Rate shown are averages for the given instructor in ECON 2010. Click an instructor's name for a full breakdown.

Section Course Days Start End Enrolled Avail Type Average W-Rate Distro Instructor Room/Building
1 ECON 2010-1 TTh 7:30a 8:50a 116 0 WEIMER D 1620 BUS ED N WING
2 ECON 2010-2 TTh 12:00p 1:20p 60 0 SARKER A 1845 BUS ED N WING
3 ECON 2010-3 MWF 2:30p 3:20p 60 0 OLOOMI S 1835 BUS ED N WING
4 ECON 2010-4 MWF 11:30a 12:20p 60 0 DUAN F 1615 BUS ED N WING
5 ECON 2010-5 MWF 3:30p 4:20p 43 17 DUAN F 1615 BUS ED N WING
6 ECON 2010-6 TTh 3:00p 4:20p 60 0 SARKER A 1845 BUS ED N WING
7 ECON 2010-7 TTh 3:00p 4:20p 133 167 COOMBS C 0130 NICHOLSON
8 ECON 2010-8 MWF 9:30a 10:20a 60 0 OLOOMI S 1835 BUS ED N WING

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Review #1 / Course: ECON 2010 / Instructor: KORAY F
Koray was a really good teacher. He uses powerpoints and good examples to explain the material. This is an econ class so you know the test are going to be tough. I and mabey two other people made A's out of the whole class. If you put time into it and really use myecon lab, you can make a B if not A. (Roughly the same difficulty as econ 2000)
Posted: 2/18/2011 11:51:37 AM
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Review #2 / Course: ECON 2010 / Instructor: PANDA B
No need to go to class. Hard to understand. Just make sure you read the book to study and go to class to get the correct answer to the practice problems.
Posted: 11/8/2010 9:45:31 PM
Not Recommended/B Instructor
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Review #3 / Course: ECON 2010 / Instructor: ROUSSEL C
I did nothing the whole year and made a B (never attended a single class besides test days or read the book) Some of my friends that read the book and went to 75% of the classes also got a B, but all of us made Bs & Cs in ECON 2000. My friends that went to class every day and read the book thoroughly AND made As in ECON 2000 got As. I thought the dude was a tool GDI, but he grades fairly and curves generously (25 question tests, scores out of 20, so you can potentially earn a 120). Also old tests are a must... For the first test he used the exact test from the previous year and I got a 100.
Posted: 8/24/2010 9:56:59 AM
Recommended/C Instructor
Not Recommended/D Course
C Communication Skills
B Personality
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D Exams and Grading
D Time Required
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Review #4 / Course: ECON 2010 / Instructor: COOK C
Hate econ!! justin was ok, but he never gave us a study guide and for the test "reviews" the students were supposed to come to class and ask questions instead of him telling us what we really needed to study. Curve at the end. And he let us use the older edition of the book to save us money
Posted: 6/17/2010 3:04:14 PM
Not Recommended/F Instructor
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F Personality
C Course Content
F Exams and Grading
C Time Required
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Review #5 / Course: ECON 2010 / Instructor: HAN T
Taehee has one of the worst foreign asian accents of the teachers at LSU. He is understandable as long as you sit near the front and concentrate on context clues. He gets a gross foaming spit thing in the corners of his mouth when he gets really excited about econ. All of these negatives COULD be saved by a good personality, but no. He has a TERRIBLE personality as well. Not willing to provide additional help, no curve, also basically said that he doesn't care if you can understand him or not on the first day of class. Currently retaking class this summer, and doing much better with another teacher. AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE.
Posted: 6/9/2010 2:26:39 PM

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