Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dr. Shech spends lots of time for the class and likes to interact between students. I believe this is the best way of learning this specific course. He could very well have given us information and make the whole class a lecture and give us exams. However, he does not believe in exams and it is not the best way of learning philosophy. The way he teaches makes students to debate and come up with creative solution than given.
I did not really think science and philosophy could work together since they clash many times on many cases. However, when he was explaining patterns and predictions, it made more sense and gave us knowledge we have never thought of.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Be ready to take time into reading the material. There are lots of information to cover and students will be reading many chapters. Also, each sentence can be very important, each word use can be important. It is very important to understand the whole from the segments at the same time.