Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I recommend taking this course with professor Striker because, in my opinion, she is the best. So many people I know who took this course with another professor told me that they did not do well. The course itself is not the easiest, but when you have the right teacher, it is really fun. If you want to learn cool math that not a lot of people know about, this is the course for you.
Course highlights:
I learned so many things in this course. It is continuous of calculus 1, so derivatives and integrals are the main things. We also did a lot of limits, series, and sequences. For the most part, you learn the different techniques of finding the integral. At the end of the class, you learn about polar coordinates, which are also very fun, and you will get into calculus 3 a little.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
If you still have the notes from calculus 1, keep them for sure. Having the unit circle will also come in handy. If you go to class and take good notes, you will not have to study for the exams as much. Make sure to do the homework assignments on time, and don't give up.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
I would recommend that any student going into engineering take Calculus 1 whether you took it in high school already or not.
Course highlights:
From taking this course I gained a better understanding of limits and the overall concept of calculus 1. I took this course in high school but found that everything seemed to "click" better or make more sense.
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
Doing the book work will help you understand the content and then you won't have to cram study the night before the test.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
If you pay attention and ask questions, you will be able to get through the homework. The teacher is not the best, but go to her office hours if you are having difficulties.
Course highlights:
I learned a lot about Calculus, and to never have this teacher again if I can avoid it.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
DO THE HOMEWORK! Go to the class and pay attention!