Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I highly recommend any introductory and/or remedial courses to college freshman or returning undergrads like myself because we need to be well prepared for college level learning.
The highlight of FNB 100 for me was learning about the core subject of my major (business). I learned about the inner workings of the stock market, bond market and trading, among other things, such as IPOs, etc...
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Advice for students:
The advice I give to students considering taking or enrolled to take their Introductory Finance class is: 1) be very attentive, 2) take lots of notes (using abbreviations and acronyms), 3) if you're allowed, record the session, 4) thoroughly read your finance textbooks and DON'T skim through, 5) get familiar with the Wall Street Journal, 6) stay updated on the current finance news, and 7) if Finance is your major: intern at a Financial firm or in the financial department of an Establishment (become acquainted with that environment).