Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Holdan was a very energetic teacher who always had a fun way to teach, but his grading system was bizarre. He would not tell you your grade throughout the semester so midterm and final grades were a shock.
Course highlights:
He taught derivatives, anti-derivatives, different principles and incorporated physics into problem solving.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
He doesn't grade homework, but do it anyways. The extra practice can't hurt.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
Mrs. Hapich is a remarkably intelligent woman who obviously enjoys the prospect of bettering herself in any way she can. This can be seen anytime she is on the board, as she seems to near flawlessly understand what she is doing/ talking about. However, if you want to pass her class you need to pay lots of attention, ask lots of questions, and complete her homework in before it is due because you will undoubtedly have further questions about the material. Hapich's course is a lot of work, but she does genuinely want to see her students pass. So, don't be afraid to communicate with her she is more than willing to help, but only if she see that you want to learn.
Course highlights:
The majority of what you learn in calculus is how to use and perform limits, integrals, and derivatives. These have far reaching uses but in this class, you learn how they can be used to optimize the volume of any geometry, approximate the area underneath a variety of curves, and you'll also learn how they can be used to solve related rates problems.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Take lots of note, ask lots of questions, finish the homework before it is due, ask more questions, and pay lots of attention.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
My professor knew his stuff and was able to answer ask my questions so i could understand
Course highlights:
I am a math lover and calc 1 is definitely my favorite
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Its not as bad as you may think.