Pretty easy, overall.
This is a class that fulfills a university requirement outside of my major, but is covers content applicable to almost all(probably all) fields of study. And this isn't one of those classes where you find yourself saying, "Ugh this isn't even in my major and it's so much work. What's the point?". The workload isn't too bad. There's almost no homework, so most of the grade is exam and pop quiz based. As long as you show up to class, there's no reason to get a bad grade.
This class covered idea about critical thinking and how it is applied. It also expresses the importance of knowing how to think critically, and how you understand when others are or are not thinking critically or making sound arguments. We also covered historical examples of how different accepted beliefs were challenged, and either overturned or remained standing. The course had frequent opportunities for questions and open discussion.
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Advice for students:
The most important thing to do is to go to the class as regularly as possible. In class quizzes is where most of your grade comes from. I would say to also at least skim the assigned reading. If you instead choose to read thoroughly, you really wouldn't need to go to class at all except on quiz and exam days.