Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This was an online course where you had to be very dedicated and able to handle time management. The assignments were not difficult, they just required a lot of quality time. You cannot just slide through this course. Reading, understanding, and having the ability to engage in conversations related to this subject is crucial. Dr. Monsour was very goo about returning emails promptly, and explaining anything you may be uncertain about. I'd suggest this class to anyone that is willing to put in the effort.
I learned a lot more about the environment and how we are humans play a big part in why our atmosphere deteriorating and living organisms dying. I've learned how important it is to think about the things you do when it comes to littering and recycling. Pollution is a serious matter, and if we are not careful about the amount of toxic chemicals we use that hold pesticide or how we are polluting our oceans by allowing plastic to float and gather in one central section, we will slowly continue to kill our aquatic animals, which will limit food for some land animals, making them extinct, which would continue in a cycle until it reaches humans, as we are at the top of the food chain. Using other ways for energy consumption, like solar or wind energy, can cut down on the amount of toxic fumes put into the air by overuse of electricity.
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Be certain this is a class you want before you sign up to take it. Again, it will require a lot of time and diligence, but if you are focused, you'll do just fine. I passed the class with an A :).