Pretty easy, overall.
'Honors Knowledge Through the Ages' is an elective course with no transferability. It was quite possibly the most interesting, enlightening, and progressive course I've ever taken. Every student was encouraged to participate on the same level as the professor, and with no volunteering from the class, Mrs. McDonald would guide us through the throes of philosophy, science, and history. Not only did we learn the ideas of such great people as Aristotle, we also learned how those ideas applied in reality and to our daily lives.
The main highlights of this course were the freedom of materials learned, the encouragement to be as involved as the professor, and the intra-class discussions. Students were invited to bring their own materials, questions, and ideas to the classroom, and without such volunteerism the professor would provide PLENTY of material for us to digest and discuss.
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Advice for students:
To get the most out of this course you must be willing to participate and bring your own ideas and questions to the table. This class is considered an "easy-A", but don't be fooled. Whether by your own hand or the professor's, you WILL learn some amazing things about humanity and its history. Get involved, ask questions, spark discussions and debates, and don't skip a single day. It is totally worth it.