Pretty easy, overall.
A male classmate of mine and I did an experiment. I was talking to my female and male peers about how my own opinion was that this professor gave higher grades to than women for comparable, and often nearly identical work. For one particular homework assignment, because my male peer was in a different section than I, we turned in an almost identical homework assignment. We raised the same arguements, included the same supporting points, and developed those points equally thoroughly. He got an A, I got a B-. Additionally, and my male peer will admit this to this very day, I am a much better writer than he is. My male peer will also admit that what I had submitted surpassed what he had submitted in quality, content, diction, and basic grammar. But hey- my male peer and this professor came from the same part of New Jersey.. by default he should get the better grade for his comparatively inadequate submission, right? Ha what a joke.
I learned absolutely nothing. This program is not catered towards those of us who have real life work experience. I should have been able to test out of this course, but the U doesn't offer that option because they want their money. I paid $3000 to get lower marks than my male counterparts when I submitted better work.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
You have to take it. It's a year one requirement. Good luck if you're a female and not a GA.