Pretty easy, overall.
It is essential for any human being to understand something as fundamental as logic. It presents itself in every other subject, so having good understanding of it will be helpful regardless of what you want to do after that class.
There were numerous formal fallacies that are often not covered in rhetoric or speech classes. People are always trying to convince you to believe them, but their arguments are not always valid or sound, so it is useful to practice analyzing arguments in a classroom setting.
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Advice for students:
Examples are your friend. When you do your homework, really try to understand the pattern and wording of the questions. Try to come up with your own examples of whatever you are learning, even if it's just in the form of a thought.