Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Would recommend for students in this area, but if you are a grad student taking this for background understanding or because you think this is easy even though it is not in your area (e.g. bio-medical, computer science grad students). Anal-og electronics can be pain in the ass for you. If you are comfortable with analog electronics, the course is very easy.
Learn about important parameters you have to worry about for amplifiers, typically OP-Amps. Things like slew rate, stability, etc are considered. If you've taken a control course, things might be easier for you to understand. The professor is not fluent in English, but he is humorous and sometimes explain things even simpler than professors who are fluent in English who tend to throw random complicated words that don't mean much.
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Advice for students:
Pay attention to the highlights the professor makes in the class, and if you don't get it, read the book. Labs are somewhat actually difficult and some of the later ones take quite some time. Debugging your circuits are going to be pain in the ass as many devices in the lab are not correctly functioning.