Money and Banking
First of all, if you're an econ major, you shouldn't graduate until you take money and banking. You learn more in this class than probably in any other classes combined. The class isn't easy, but it's worth the work you put into it. You finish the class knowing you learned something valuable. The textbook is very useful, and it's also one of the best econ textbooks I ever had to use. The professor knows how to teach and he knows his stuff. Go to his office hours as much as you can. I'm graduating in a few months, and this was the best econ class I took. If I had a chance I would take it 3 times. Highly recommended, and this is coming from someone who didn't even get an A in the class.
Spring 2023 - Practice tests and answers available (esp midterm 2 since they don’t have it on coursehero). Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for prices He tests a lot in OMO in the final, so beware. Everything else is pretty easy. No homework, but has two midterms and a final and he records lectures. Make sure to study the material in the second midterm a lot because the class averages are high, which means that you can't afford to be at the average otherwise you'll get pushed to a B.
Fall 2015 - Professor Miller is an awesome professor. His lectures are organized and you know exactly what to expect for the exams. The material can be tough, but he does a really good job explaining it. I recommend going to office hours, he breaks everything down and makes the concepts applicable to real life. Don't hesitate to ask him about career options, he's been through it all and will share relevant stories and give great advice.