Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It now covers two additional chapters that makes it equivalent to the Cal State course. It is challenging, but rewarding. The concepts of accounting can be used to track your own finances better and may lead to an exceptional career.
The professor was enthusiastic and tried his best to brighten the subject. The most important thing is to know that Accounting is not math-heavy, as many people will think initially. You must remember Asset = Liabilities + Stocks Holders or Owner's Equity. This equation must always be balanced.
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Advice for students:
Do not wait until the end to study. I would preview the vocabulary before you go to class and preview the new accounts or accounting methods that will be discussed. Review the same day while the material is fresh in your head. Remember to memorize what kind of transaction goes to what accounts. This is important to do to a certain extent before you start your homework. You do not want to refer continuously, as you learn accounting by doing, but need to try to recall from your memory. Keep practicing on paper and ask the professor for help. This course is mostly online for homework, which I felt impaired my mastering of the material. Always do before and know it at the least a day before a test, as you will not be able to cram and do well. Best of luck!