Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Prof. Humphreys is very knowledgeable about the course, but is very soft spoken, so try to sit in the first 2 or 3 rows to hear her. Also she tends to move on tangents pertaining to the subject, but ultimately will not be on her tests or will be needed, so try to skim out of the text book after her lectures just to ensure you understand the days topic. Flashcard were very helpful for me. If the lectures become tedious, as they do, and a bit overwhelming just ensure that you attend ALL of your labs and do your best on those, and STAY ON TOP of your Moon Project. If you do bad on the exams the Lab and Moon Project will save you and hold you in a passing grade worst comes worst.
The highlight of this course for me was seeing how the Moon Project tied together in the end. and the Labs were a lot of fun to actually do, because I'me a very hands on person, so the lectures didn't really absorb well for me but the labs helped me better understand what I needed to know.
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Advice for students:
Make sure this course is something you're truly interested in, and by that I mean do not take it thinking its a blow off course cause it isn't and it requires your attention in order to do well.