To satisfy the Social/Behavioral Sciences requirement, I took ECON 2010, Principles of Microeconomics in the Spring 2017 semester.
This has been one of the more relevalt classes I have taken. I knew next to nothing about economics before this (and the Economic History class), and I am a fan of the science. It helps answer the question: why do we do what we do?
I think it's an important concept for people to understand. Recognizing what incentivizes us to do what we do, how the different firms work at their varying levels of competition, what incentivizes the firms themselves to do what they do, it truly is supremely interesting.
For this class I created a PowerPoint presentation explaining the Principles of Opportunity Costs and Diminishing Returns. I am quite proud if it, and it is linked below.