I'm debating between 2 Microeconometric classes at my college, (I realize I'm fortunate to have a choice). One class uses Wooldridge's "Econometric Analysis of Cross Section and Panel Data" the other uses Cameron and Trivedi' book "Microeconometrics: Methods and Applications".
The question is, will I learn mostly the same content from both of these book or is one much better than the other?
P.S. I've been told the class using Wooldridge's book is much harder which is somewhat scary and intriguing at the sametime. Tuition is a lot of money and I don't want to take a class that is more advanced that I can handle then fail/drop. However, I want to be a good economist and be very knowledgeable on all things econometrics.