Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it taught things in a reverse classroom setting. We listened to notes, completed readings and had quizzes on the material before we talked about it in class. This allowed for class time to be dedicated to going over the problems which is a big part of engineering.
The biggest highlight of this course was that it did not require a lot of memorization and based on three concepts learned in the first week, we were able to complete a full semesters worth of work based on those concepts. We also had case studies that applied what we learned to real life. One of these required that we preform calculations on a fire safe document box to see what the maximum temperature it got to inside of the container without knowing what any of the materials were. It was a lot of fun but a lot of work.
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I would definitely say to keep on top of everything. It can get hard if you push it to the side so one needs to be more proactive for this course.