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    Jan 07, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    Professor Jackson is a really charismatic teacher, who has a lot to teach. His course is really easy, but if you have a passion for business and take notes you will learn a lot. Just do the homework he assigns (which is very little), and keep up with everything in class. Attendance also has an impact on grades. If you want to learn a lot about business, you can. As a bonus, Professor Jackson also makes it very interesting.

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    The instructor was very active in class and likes his field. He has a lot of experience and will often bring things into class that enhance learning, like PowerPoint presentations from a company meeting he had to design, or promotional material his company made for a convention. It's very fun.

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    0-2 hours

    Advice for students:

    Take notes on his lectures and show up, but don't take it if you want a challenging course. I didn't expect it to be as easy as it was which made his class boring sometimes. But if you choose to learn a lot about business you can, just pay attention. I cannot stress that enough, because if you don't pay attention you can still pass his class with an A. Even if you play on your phone all day during class, just as long as you show up and do the homework you will get an A, but you won't learn much.

    • Winter 2017
    • James Jackson III
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