Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I believe it's a very pin pointed course that establishes the importance in the government, which is important. I'm just biased because I'm not a fan of politics. I took the course because I have taken a plethora of history classes and was running out of options, but this course applies rigger and interest, all in one.
I have learned on top of everything, rather than actual criteria, which is generic and if you stare at a page long enough you can get. I learned a very valuable lesson, which is time management, and work ethic. Two things that have been far from lackadaisical in my past, but were impacted greatly by taking this course.
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Advice for students:
I would keep in mind, it is a very time consuming course. We write a lot of essays, take a quiz and discussion forum (which is graded) every week. You also need to ensure that you do, READ THE CHAPTERS. It is a little strange having to work by yourself, at your own pace, rather than a class pace, but eventually it because a paradigm and you fit right in. Also it's only a semester course which means you can sign up for another history course for the reciprocal semester!