Is world Civilization hard in college? Should I consider other social science classes?
I'm a community college student taking world Civilization I next semester because it seemed like the most interesting social science class to take to fulfill my social/behavioral science elective other than Economics and American History. I took geography but didn't take world Civilization in high school, thought geography was easy, and know world Civilization is kind of like geography but teaches from more from a history/timeline context rather than a region/map context. It seems interesting learning how our world, cultures, and modern society have evolved. I thought taking this class would expand my social studies knowledge since I've never taken this class! American History on the other hand, might be nice to learn especially the stuff I haven't learned since elementary or middle school because it goes into way more depth than middle school or elementary school history and don't remember much from that time because it's been so long. Economics, I didn't like in high school because I didn't like the teacher and made us do pointless stuff but know in college most of the time it isn't like that because your paying to attend there and I take the saying you get what you pay for because of the poor quality of education I got from my high school economics class. i do like Economics in general especially when it comes to macro and topics such as unemployment, Inflation and GDP. Would MacroEconomics be hard with somewhat of a struggle i had in high school Economics?