Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dr. Dean is a fantastic teacher. She makes you become interested in the material even if you thought you would hate it. She makes circuits easy to understand. It's super fun to show that electrical engineering can be involved in the medical world.
I learned how to use a breadboard to make circuits. Circuits are used to do real things in medical devices. Learning about different medical devices from thermometers to pacemakers was super interesting. It's awesome to see that your first 3 years of engineering actually taught you to understand these complicated devices more than you realize.
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Advice for students:
Make sure to study the old tests she gives you. They are a good representation of what will be on the test. Befriend the TAs because it makes lab way easier if they like you. They are more likely to come over and really help you understand a concept or a circuit.