Pretty easy, overall.
This is a required course for the Applied Developmental Psychology (Traditional) and run by the advisor for the program, Cindy Popovich. The syllabus was confusing but I think the class worked with Cindy to find an understandable format. Lots of field trips which can be tiring but you do learn a lot about other religions/cultures. This is particularly interesting for me because I come from a very small town.
The highlight of the course is the many field trips that are very eye-opening. These included trips to the Greek Orthodox Church, an Islamic Temple, the Church of Christian Scientist, and a Buddhist Temple. These are very informational and the people giving tours are very kind and open to questions.
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Advice for students:
Be prepared to have many new experiences which will open your mind. Also there are combined classes with the ADP CASE students which allows for more connections.