Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This course was self paced so the success was completely up to the student. The study outline the professor laid out was very helpful.
Course highlights:
The highlight was learning the different formulas to figure out rate interests.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
If taking this course online you must take detailed notes
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
He is a really good professor, his way of teaching has changed my mind in difficulty of Math. In the beginning of the semester, I was really depressed like other students because of the almost impossibility to pass with a good grade with Math. But with this professor everything is different.
Course highlights:
This course has taught me you how to apply Math in the real life, how to understand the numbers that you always been plugging in without understanding the uses of it. But after this course, you will realize that our world is totally built on math and how this subject is amazing.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Practicing is the only way to escape from the idea of hardness in Math. The more you practice, the more your self-confidence goes up. Never be shy to ask any question in the class, it's really helpfull.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
Personally, I am not a Math person. I took this course while pursuing an Associate's in Business, so it was a necessary evil. What I wish I had known before taking this class was choose the right professor! If you have a flexible schedule and you don't think the professor you start with in this class will be thorough and explain things well, definitely switch professors! If you don't have that option (past the drop deadline, etc.) and you're struggling to understand the material, seek out a tutor. In Math, it is absolutely crucial to see how processes and equations are solved step by step. Get help from someone who knows their stuff! Finally, as with any other subject, study study study for tests. This class requires a lot of memorizing, whether it's equations or calculator functions.
Course highlights:
I liked that this class finally answered the questions "What is the point of learning all of this Algebra?". The whole class is designed around showing you how math is applied in the business world. All the equations and strategies you learn are very useful to the Economist or Businessman/woman.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Find the right professor, utilize study groups and tutoring, and really focus on memorizing equations and calculator functions.