Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It was not a bad course at all work load wise, you just had to read sections and answer questions. But the final grade is basically based upon 4 papers that you write over the course of the semester. And as you go along, each paper gets longer in length and worth more of your final grade than the last. Overall, the discussion is solid, Dr. Kneupper is funny and most definitely not monotone, but there is work involved, it definitely is not a blow off class by any means.
The discussion is where I learned the most, she lectures but it isn't boring and even though it seems to be repeating the reading, she adds tidbits that make it interesting to listen to. And she created the textbook, so its pretty fun to read because it is more than just straight facts, she adds her own wit into it and it makes it a lot easier tor read.
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Advice for students:
Start on your papers in advance! Procrastination in college is the one thing that you have got to nip in the bud early on, and Kneupper's paper's force you to learn that hard lesson.