Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it is informative, comprehensive, fun, and engaging. Although I am biased because I want to pursue a career in Women's Health, this course educated me about concepts that I needed to know and that I was so engrossed in, and happy to learn about!
In my opinion, the highlights of this course were when students got really excited about a topic and began to ask a lot of questions, or when the Professor would debunk myths that the students had. This engaged the students and also taught us a lot of important things that we would have likely gone the rest of our lives without knowing! I learned so much from this course; some information I already knew, but the physiology behind certain mechanisms was the most eye-opening part of this course for me. I also learning a lot about myself in the course, as it solidified my passion and desire for midwifery and women's health care in the United States.
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Advice for students:
I would advise students to engage themselves, and pay close attention. There is a lot of material, and it can seem overwhelming. But luckily, most of the people taking this course genuinely want to learn about body physiology (i.e. both male and female reproductive systems) and so if they are the least bit interested, it shouldn't be a chore to study and stay involved.