Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Highly recommend the course, highly recommend to avoid the teacher. Especially for engineering, differential equations is said to be very useful in your career and future coursework. However, that won't matter if you don't learn it. Be prepared to teach yourself with this professor.
It was cool to finally learn math that had an application. Coming off of Multivariable Calculus, it was refreshing to learn something that seemed to matter. Calculus is of course important, but there's a lot of theory and things that were just done because people in history loved math. I am not one of those people.
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Advice for students:
Find friends to study with. Find a better book than the one provided. Drop the course for a better teacher in the future if necessary. This might be the difference between working hard and getting a C, and learning the material and getting an easy A.