Fall 2022 - The class itself is an easy but boring econ elective primarily going over European economic history from the 15th to the 20th century. The content is clear and easy to understand but would have been more interesting had it focused more on the development of European Union rather than the history of the Industrial Revolutions. The professor however, was a complete nightmare to have as an instructor. Michella is clearly a knowledgable professor which showed during her lectures but her lack of care and effort for this class was evident and made it extremely difficult for students to get a clear picture of anything that was going on in relation to grading and standing in this class. In addition, it made things confusing as the final exam, which had clearly been prepared in less than 10 minutes, was ridden with repetitions and typos that the proctors knew nothing about and could not assist with as the professor repeatedly told them on the phone that the exam “had no typos in it”. Overall, the class is not difficult but one needs to be patient and willing to bare a lot of confusion due to the professor in order to do well.