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STUDY.COM Mirco & Macro Economics
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I need to take both Micro & Macro Economics for my Degree plan and was wondering if a fellow study.com user could help.

Which course should I complete 1st?    Will Taking Micro Economics 1st help complete some of the chapters in the Macro?  or Vice-Versa?

Any Advice would be greatly appreciated

-Jimmy999
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(07-19-2018, 01:49 PM)Jimmy999 Wrote: I need to take both Micro & Macro Economics for my Degree plan and was wondering if a fellow study.com user could help.

Which course should I complete 1st?    Will Taking Micro Economics 1st help complete some of the chapters in the Macro?  or Vice-Versa?

Any Advice would be greatly appreciated

-Jimmy999

I took both on Study.com and found that there is only a tiny bit of overlap between them, so it shouldn't really matter what order you take them. I think the traditional approach is macroeconomics first, but took microeconomics first and didn't have any issues.

Personally, I think I prefer micro first since it teaches you about economics on a local level first before moving on to macro where it's more global.
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Thanks for the advice. I was hoping there was overlap because although i love study.com format the video lessons sure take a long time to get through
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Usually Macro is first, and it's considered easier. I thought it was easier than Micro myself.
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