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Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Aside from Professional Communication and Technical Writing being my major, I enjoyed this class the most out of my other three semesters at Oakland Community College. The professor has their degree in this course specifically, which allows lectures to create accuracy in its flow, and also, learning how to write emails, proposals, reports, interviews, and so much more will always be a skill necessary in the workplace.
If you want to expand your grammar and writing skills, especially while working for a company, this class is perfect for learning how to write emails, proposals, essays, resumes, interviews, and so much more! It takes English Composition one and two to the next level. A quick review of grammar from these classes is practiced during class so that everyone can remain on the same page. However, beyond that point, the rest is such a learning experience that every writer can benefit from whether it is your major or not.
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Advice for students:
For taking this course, I would first recommend to simply show up. It's only once a week for four hours. The lectures can be interesting but it really depends on the participation of the students themselves. That right there should help the professor make the course more interesting for everyone. There are no tests or quizzes, at least with this professor in this course, so there isn't much studying going on, however, with this freedom "granted", I recommend seriously reading the chapters that are assigned for this will help your understanding when coming to class.