Pretty easy, overall.
This is a great course to take for elective credits and/or for bac. core credits. It is a great experience and Jan "Looking Wolf" Reibach is a great professor and he knows how to keep everyone engaged with the material while keeping things relaxed and fun and interesting.
This is a very easy course and it requires very little work outside of class. It is recommended that you practice playing your flute for at least 15 minutes 4 or 5 days a week. There is a Native American Flute circle that takes place of your normal classes during either week 6 or 7 of the term where everyone gathers and plays music together. There is one quiz during the course, which is really easy; almost everyone gets 100% on it. There is also one reflection paper at the end of the term, which is also quite easy, but requires a bit more of your time.
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Attendance is taken during each class. You are graded on your attendance to class and to the Native American Flute Circle (considered as a participation grade) as well as the quiz as the reflection paper. So as long as you show up to class on a regular basis and attend the Native American Flute Circle, get a good grade in the quiz, and do your best on the reflection paper, you will have no problem getting an A or B in the course.