Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor used real life examples of accounting being used in the real world as well as the examples from the books. The homework went over all the important information from the textbook needed to know. Its a great mix of managerial accounting and financial accounting into one class. Although it can't go into deep detail, I believe it does better than the regular accounting classes. Especially with relaying the information.
The highlight of the course is when the teacher used current technology with the use of the old blackboards to show the examples along with the PowerPoints that has the information with it. Other highlights are the use of real life accounting examples into the classroom instead of just the simple examples in the book.
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Advice for students:
Of course take good notes, do all the homework, show up to class. If you have problems just ask the professor for help in case you didn't understand what they said before. Study by practicing and writing out the worksheets and problems because its good practice and it helps you get in the habit of remembering of what goes where and how to balance both sides of the equation.