Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course can be a little overwhelming if the student doesn't have a Physics background. However, the grade extremely fairly and are always open to answering any questions that you have. Professor Martin is an alright lecturer. He can get carried away sometimes and leave everybody behind, but it's obviously from his passion for the material. Overall, it's worth taking, especially for future engineering classes.
The general Physics topics were covered for the first half of the semester: Velocity, Acceleration, Centripetal Motion, etc. The second half of the semester was made up of more advanced topics like Thermodynamics.
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Advice for students:
Don't think that since you don't have to study during the first half that you won't on the second half. I learned that really fast. So, as long as you pay attention during lectures and take the labs seriously, then you'll be fine.