Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
i would recommend this class because of its challenging yet practical course work. i personally found this course to be challenging, however there was never a point where i was unable to complete the course work. this is because the course was presented in such a way that i was able to ask my professor any question that i needed to in order to complete the course.
Course highlights:
from this course i gained a further understanding of mathematics in a way that I had never thought i would have. it did well to present all the course work in a challenging but attainable way. i also really appreciated all the ways that the professor communicated with us (the students) both in encouraging us as well as presenting the course information in new practical ways.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
first i would say come prepared, make sure that you have at least completed a math 101 class or a more advanced high school math class. also dont underestimate how long the course work may take to you complete. also be prepared for a liberal arts education, this is a good thing but it took me off guard.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
It is a necessary math course for my degree. It is definitely challenging if you have trouble understanding math. I opted for the sixteen week course so I have more time study the concepts. There are plenty of tools to assist you with this class.
Course highlights:
For me, we are starting week three. Week two was brutal. I believe that a have obtained a little better understanding and I think that will increase as the class progresses
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Take lots of notes and use the tools provided to walk you through the steps. Give your self plenty of time to work your problems out. Especially if you have issues with understanding logic problems.