Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it provides students with a better understanding of health and wellness in a way that is easy to understand. This class requires work and critical thinking, but the work is never overwhelming and each week you learn new and interesting things about health and wellness that you can apply to your life if you so choose.
Highlights of this course were definitely the class discussions as well as the weekly assignments. With the discussions, it was nice to be able to post your own thoughts about the question presented by the Professor and then have fellow classmates talk through either where they felt you had a strong argument or that your argument was slightly irrelevant. The interaction between myself and my classmates made this class more enjoyable for me. The weekly assignments were also enjoyable in that you had to take a test that usually challenged how healthy you think you are to how healthy you actually are.
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Advice I would give to students considering this course would be to be very thorough in your work, it is easy to pass the course with a 4.0, but a student must work very diligently and put in the necessary time in order to achieve such success. Another important thing to remember for this class and any other is to not procrastinate. If you procrastinate on any assignments you will feel as though you are drowning and you will slowly start to slip in your course work. This not only makes the class less enjoyable, but you won't really learn anything either by scrambling to do the assignments at the very last possible second.