Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Introduction to Astronomy is a class that involves many visuals, especially during labs. You will experiment with light, angels, stars, constellations, and the celestial globe. It's definitely something you should try, even as a freshman.
The professor of this course kept students engaged and it wasn't a bore as other classes can be as teachers just stand and lecture. The labs were very informative and hands on, and you always had a partner to help you get through the rough patches.
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Advice for students:
You don't need the textbook, most of what is on the tests is based off the homework and IClicker questions. I didn't purchase the textbook and maintained a B+ in the class, I hope that saves you unnecessary spending on expensive college textbooks.