Not too easy. Not too difficult.
For starters, Dr. Deb is great. It's clear that his priority is making sure his students understand what he's teaching. If you don't understand, he'll explain it differently; that approach doesn't occur to other professors for some reason. The subject itself is great too. It's really easy to jump into, as it essentially starts with basic algebra, and it's relevant in any STEM field. Even if it's not required for your degree, you'd benefit from taking it.
I learned like 500 ways to solve a system of equations and how to apply it to literally anything from traffic to chemical reactions to electric circuits.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
It helps to know your classmates so you can work together on the homework and the occasional take-home quiz.