Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Although many would complain his lectures are straight from the Powerpoint, his powerpoints are straight from the book. With that opens a lot of resources to work on the problems and prepare for exams and know exactly what is expected to succeed in the course. He assigns a lot of a set homework problems while the solution manual has the b sets worked out which is a Great resource combined with his powerpoint lecture in understanding the formulas needed in different scenarios. I am aceing homeworks and exams using this tactic. All the information to succeed is provided and you WILL have to study for a couple hours a week, but complete the homeworks and write out every formula and you will succeed.
Course highlights:
Power point lectures are annoying to sit through, but the professor answers all questions. He provides bonus points for coming to class prepared with a willingness to write out homework problems on the board. Right or wrong, you get the bonus for attempting and he will walk you through any mistakes you made for the class to learn, too.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Be sure to be ready to take the time out to work through every homework problem. It is a large part of the grade, and exams are pulled almost directly from homework sets unlike other professors who have taught this course in the past.