Yeah, I was planning on Applied Econometrics (3210) over Statistics and Econometrics. How bad is it? I'm not going to take Game Theory-- I'm not going to grad school in Economics.
A junior told me that Intermediate Macro was easy, so I'm not too worried about that. I'm sure I can pick five electives with the least amount of math possible. My main problem with this class is that I'm not going to get anything out of it in the end when I have such a low proficiency with the material. Except for a dent in my otherwise pristine GPA, that is. -.-;
So wow, if I'm careful with what I pick, then I have my hardest Econ class out of the way in the first semester of my FRESHMAN year? Dang.
On another note, I'm considering a triple major in Gov/American Studies/Econ. I'm taking so many Gov classes out of personal interest that I'm going to be WAY past the eight... But American Studies requires 12, which means I would need 20 classes between those two. Ugh.