Pretty easy, overall.
This course was a very easy A. The grading system is very straightforward so it's easy to calculate your grade. Class attendance counts towards your grade, but there are many opportunities for extra credit if you miss some classes. There are only two absolutely required assignments. While the 2 hour long classes aren't extremely compelling, they are only once a week and they are easy. Also, the last few weeks you don't have class, you just work on your final project. The assignments are all fairly simple and you are allowed plenty of time to complete each assignment. I did not find the content to be very interesting but it's an easy way to get your GEP Wellness requirement. The final is also very easy.
The Fitness Evaluation and the Behavior Change Project were the only two required assignments but they were both fun and interactive. The Fitness Evaluation is a neat glimpse of how you compare in various aspects of fitness, and the Behavior Change Project can be pretty much anything you want it to be, and you can use the same format to kick start any new habits even after the class is done.
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I recommend keeping track of your points so you have a good idea of what your final grade will be. I think you will find that an A or B grade should come fairly easily. Most of all, do your very best to make sure your Behavior Change Project fits all of the requirements. Even though your topic/goal can be pretty much whatever you want, there are specific requirements and instructions that you will be graded on. That's probably the hardest assignment but it's also the only hard assignment, and you have several weeks to work on it.