Just once, it kind of got faded out in my school.
I took both micro and macro economics. The only thing I took away from these courses is that it's impossible to predict the future.
I had five of them. I don't enjoy them although they are helpful.
I took it and had to take a finance course as well. It irritated me that so much of what I was taking was duplicated. It was interesting. So was statistics, not so much for practical use, but knowing how statistics could be manipulated. That even the way questions were phrased could affect the outcome.
I did - it was interesting to me. Many in my class didn't like it though. At the very least it's useful if you don't swallow raw everything the books/teachers say.