Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it's a way to get your voice heard on topics that aren't always popular to talk about. It's a way for others to compare their opinion to yours and yours to theirs. There are some hard topics that my class had to discuss such as assisted suicide but everyone was extremely respectful rather they agreed or disagreed with the opinion given.
The highlight of this course was expanding my knowledge. While I learned some new things, my opinion opened up on things that I already knew about such as assisted suicide and how businesses should work to maintain customers/how they interact with the government. We weren't limited on how many posts/opinion we could read, I always found it extremely helpful to read as many as I could. What I learned from this course is how the average human thinks and how it's broken down into sub categories. For example, basic ethics is how it effects you, the person around you and then the person around them.
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Advice that I would give to someone who takes this course is to go in with an open mind and to be able to listen to others opinions respectfully. In ethics, there is no correct way of thinking, because we all think differently. It's just the matter of being able to understand how others think and why they think that certain way. Some study tips I would give is to save each document into a google document. Take advantage of bolding, underlining, color, etc. Having a key such as 'know, need to study more, irrelevant, relevant, etc.' can really save time on writing for the exams (which was four essay questions).