Pretty easy, overall.
I would highly recommend this course as an introduction to sociology, even if you are not considering sociology as a path of study. It's a great way to learn the basics of how people work in community while discussing modern issues that raise from social interactions. Prof. Z is also one of the most knowledgeable and enthusiastic professors I have had the honor to learn from.
The particular section of this class that i took studied Food, environment, and society. I found this particularly interesting since I was able to focus in on the public health implications of these issues. I learned about large social issues that come as a result of interaction, social justice issues that are pressing today, and even social injustices present in the town in which we are studying.
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Advice for students:
Take it. It is a pre-req for many courses and and a relatively easy A.