Not too easy. Not too difficult.
If you plan on being an electrical engineer, a basic understanding of how circuits work is pretty important in my opinion. You get some hands on experience in the lab as well making basic circuits which should help solidify concepts learned in class
I learned about the different characteristics of a circuit. For example learning how current flows through different branches of a circuit and how to calculate it. Learning about voltage relations between different regions of a circuit. We learned about power distribution in the real life application
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Advice for students:
Try to stay on top of your studies. Also try to answer the homework problems on your own before asking for help. Doing the homework problems is usually not enough if you want to gain a really good understanding of the material; more practice is needed.