Pretty easy, overall.
The most important thing about this course you need to know is that if you show up to class, you will pass with flying colors and retain the information. Other attributes include ... no homework, no required book to purchase, no weekly tests, an engaging learning process, and for the final all that is required is a 5-7 page paper. All you need to do to pass it is to use key vocabulary and identify historical concepts and architecture. Plus, it does not hurt that the professor is a comical and understanding woman. In the end, you can either identify the concepts or you can not, that is the reasoning.
I learned primarily how to identify, distinguish, and connect different artwork and architecture to cultures throughout history.
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Advice for students:
If you have a hard time showing up to class or do not like lectures, this class is not for you. Take notes and review the key phrases and the key aspects of each culture. Pay attention to the architecture.