Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I had taken 3 years of high school Spanish though and most of the class was just a refresher. If you have taken 3 or more years prior to this class I would recommend just taking the 102 course, which is the second half of 105.
Some of the bigger topics were: SER and ESTAR and the differences between them, PRETERITE and IMPERFECT and the different uses for each (they are both past tense), and SUBJUNCTIVE (future tense). We also had side focuses on direct and indirect objects and double negatives. (In Spanish, saying "I don't know nothing" would be proper grammar.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
An everyday class is a great way to learn a language, but be ready to go to class everyday. Its easy to want to skip but you will miss a lot of material that you will need to know and understand. Be ready to study and practice your Spanish with a classmate outside of class. This is not required, but a 202 level of a language is and 105 covers both 101 and 102 material (and the credits you get for the class reflect that.)