Not too easy. Not too difficult.
***Not sure if the professor name is correct, I cannot remember the name of my professor at the time!*** Initially I thought that Anthropology was going to be extremely hard and dry material but I could not have been more wrong! This turned into one of my favorite courses that I ever had, the information was exciting and interesting and it made a lot of sense to me, I have actually considered minoring in this subject because of how much I enjoyed the class, I would highly recommend checking it out!
The highlights of this course and the main thing I really remembered was a paper that we had to write where we had to go out into our own environment and discover something, observe people, become the anthropologist. At the time I was living in Hawaii and there was a 'mermaid cave' there and I was able to find some scribbling on the walls of the cave and some old rocks and was able to kind of paint a picture of what I felt the past held, was it a simple cave, or was there more? That was what was so exciting about anthropology!
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Advice for students:
This course isn't the hardest course you would ever take but it is a lot of information so I would suggest making sure that you set aside the time throughout the week to really learn the material, it will pay off during your papers that you have to write.