Pretty easy, overall.
ASCI 202 is named "Introduction to Aviation" and is required for almost every degree at Embry-Riddle. The downside is that a large majority of students enrolled online are military veterans. We have a vast amount of aviation knowledge but are not given credit for it. I tackled each assignment with the intention of teaching instead of learning. I nearly failed because my answers were above the level of the course. My answers didn't "meet the rubric" criteria. I have no idea who wrote this course but it's useless unless you are an 18 year old with no aviation experience.
One highlight of the course was playing "Stump the Chump". It's a game where you try to confuse the professor when they outright admit they have no experience in the technical subject they are teaching. Those without experience should stick to the Gen Ed courses.
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Advice for students:
I learned an important lesson. It doesn't matter what experience you have in a subject if your instructor doesn't have the experience. Answer the questions per the rubric and ignore everything you want to actually say.