Pretty easy, overall.
It's a great course to satisfy a science credit for a non-science major! The professor is great, and her passion for the subject really shows. The class is framed in a way that makes the topic of environmental science really interesting, and very relevant to our lives outside of school!
This course reminds of things I've learned in science classes from the past - it touches on ecology, some biology, etc. One recurring topic that really stood out to me was human impact. It's always surprising to hear how much - and most of the time, how negatively - humans have impacted the environment. But the course also shows how humans can change the environment, especially with the end of course project that requires students to come up with a sustainable solution to a problem.
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It really helps to get together with other students in the same course to discuss reading assignments, as well as chapter notes! Talking over exam review sheets really helped me study for tests and quizzes in the course!