Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Overall, the UHP honors track is one of the best ways to approach the core curriculum and an honors program. It replaces the core with an track of courses that change every year and semester to focus on a new subject in an interdisciplinary fashion. You study various topics from various disciplines. For example: the topic of food in health, economics, psychology, literature, even justice sciences
I have gained an interdisciplinary view of a various variety of topics. I didn't sit in a classroom and take the same history class I took in high school. And I didn't sit and write essays analyzing the use of some literary technique in a poetry work. I learned about how we should look at learning from multiple viewpoints. I learned about topics that aren't standard subjects discussed in every school. I learned about aliens, and the balkans (all through various films), conflict and cooperation.
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Advice for students:
Don't be intimidated. The course is very casual, they want you to take your own viewpoint from the subject, not just remember everything the professor said and repeat it back when asked about it. Keep an open mind and listen to everything and everyone. Also don't be afraid to speak up! It's a very collaborative class.