Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course was great for those interested in earth science, because a variety of landform forming processes were covered to help students understand our Earth's topography. It was interesting to learn about the history of local areas and visualize what it must have looked like thousands of years ago.
The subjects covered were glaciers, karst (very interesting), fluvial processes, Erosion, weather, and tectonic activity. Labs were helpful to practice applying the lecture information to real world uses.
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Advice for students:
There is a lot of material and lots of important details. The professor gives study guides before exams, which are long and daunting, but are extremely helpful. And when in doubt, the answer is erosion.