Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor is most of the time clear on lecturing course material. His homework and exams were based on homework and lecture slides so it's a fair game. However, sometimes he word the exam problems differently so you have to understand the concepts really well. Professor is a nice and sometimes humorous guy.
Topics you will learn include: budget constraint on consumption, social insurance, externalities, government failure, generational accounting, public goods vs. private goods, cost-benefit analysis, Median Voter Theorem.... etc. pretty interesting stuff.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Make sure to do the homework even if it's not graded, it really helps for the exam. Make sure to study the "study tips" the professor posted. Although the topics are quite general but it helps you study if you answer his tip questions. Also, his tests are consist of multiple choice questions and long answers which may include drawing graphs and solving for different kinds of equilibriums. You may be also asked to define certain concepts.