Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It is a very informative course and it is very interesting. The instructor has what he calls case study's that the class will go through and think critically about using the questions provided with the assignment. He also has you do a research project that involves writing a proposal for an experiment, conducting the experiment, then writing a paper on it in the format that he says could be used in scientific journals. This is helpful for anyone wanting to get into the scientific community because if give you a taste as to how you will be expected to present your information and findings to the world. He is a fun teacher and tries to make the class as interesting as possible.
I learned how to really read the book and decide what was important for what the teacher expected and what was not as important. I also learned how to better work with a group. I felt that the most valuable experience I had in the class was learning how to come up with, propose, and conduct and experiment that wasn't pemade for me by the instructor.
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Advice for students:
Take it! If you need it then get it done. If you don't need it but need a third class that fits with your major, take it and have fun :)