Not too easy. Not too difficult.
If you can handle working directly with a human cadaver, I highly recommend taking this class if you can get in. There are only eight slots available for students in the Spring and Fall semesters, so it is highly competitive to get into (AKA be on your computer at midnight for the opening of registration for the class).
We worked as a team to fully dissect our cadaver, every little detail was carefully cleaned and identified before moving on. I have taken several different Anatomy & Physiology courses in my lifetime and this was by far the most educational and hands-on. I love every minute of the class.
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Advice for students:
I would recommend spending time every night reviewing your previous A&P notes and books. You will be tested throughout the course on the actual structure on your cadaver. I also purchased another very helpful book to study with that we used in class often, it is called: Atlas of Human Anatomy by Frank Netter. It is phenomenal.