Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It's a very smooth course with a well outlined syllabus. The teacher carries the students along very efficiently and students are not caught off guard. topics covered in this class are usually continuations from other classes or they are base concepts for future classes.
This course is about the processes and materials involved in most construction work. it's a fun course especially for students who are keenly interested in construction work or architecture. The teacher covers topics from building codes to sustainability, and light frame construction (wood & light gauge steel) to heavy timber, structural steel, and masonry construction work.
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A very useful tip would be to read the course material and follow through on assignments. Students who have additional interest enough to go ahead and research topics to learn more are quite likely to get an edge over students, mostly due to an increased familiarity with the course topics. In sum, getting the course concepts under ones finger tips is the easiest road to an A. This can be achieved by developing interest and curiosity.