Not too easy. Not too difficult.
No matter your major you will come across Business Analytics later on in your career. The class is more statistics based, so there are a lot of formulas and excel spreadsheets involved.
The biggest highlight without a doubt was the professor. He was very engaging and made the class as interesting as he could. He gave an example for each formula we had to learn, making the course very easy. The main topic that stuck with me was how to use and create a pivot table in excel. I also learned how to come up with the probability of a certain outcome for a given situation.
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Advice for students:
The biggest advice I can give is to just go to class! After every class there is a mini quiz that is taken for attendance and also counts towards your grade. You may think that missing one or two classes doesn't matter, but it will matter once you are the border line between an A and B. My second advice is just to pay attention in class. He teaches very well and if you listen well enough, you can get away with not having to read the book at all. I will say, though, the book does come in handy if you are confused on a certain topic and need a deeper explanation or different examples of how to use a certain formula.