Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The classroom size at the Traverse City University Center where I took a class though Davenport University was smaller than a normal college class. The 6pm-9pm, one day per week schedule was set up to be available for working adults and there were only nine of us students in the class for the entire semester. I found it to be very personable and the professor was easy to access in order to clarify topics.
We had three quizzes, two projects, one presentation, homework assignments, and one final exam. We were graded on daily participation and preparation. Topics discussed were normality testing, probability, hypothesis testing, regression, box Plots, histograms, correlation testing, addition and multiplication rules, binomial distribution, and use of Minicab software system.
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Advice for students:
Read the material being discussed in class prior to going over it, so that you can have a slight understanding of what is to come, as well as be ready to ask any questions you may have. The course moves quickly.