Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course only if you can learn on your own. He's a nice and understanding professor, but he goes way too fast over the material. The information is not very hard to learn, just a little time consuming.
Course highlights:
From this course I definitely excelled in math more than I thought I could because I had to teach myself. I learned easy tricks and tips to help me succeed in future math classes, as well as learning a nice foundation for my math career.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
To succeed I would definitely get the my math lab and use the book to study examples. With these tools you won't even need to go to class because everything he teaches is in the book.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
For those who struggle a lot in math I suggest taking this math course with this professor because she posts videos on her lectures and shows how problems were solved. Best thing about videos of course is that you can keep pausing the videos to take a moment to follow up. (Hccfl.edu)
Course highlights:
If you are proficient in Algebra you will have an easier time learning Calculus. Calculus sides a bit with intervals and how does a graph for example f(x) = x^2+4 visually supposed to look like.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
In order to succeed in this subject i really suggest you review what you have been taught after the lecture and start on My math lab since you would have overall knowledge of how to start and what to do. If your stuck immediately go to the math tutors in Brandon campus instead of waiting for the next day for the next lesson and you figure out your stuck again.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The teacher for this course was great at giving real-world examples of using this math, and this was a brilliant move on her part. I always struggled with math before this class, and her giving the students a reason to learn it allowed me to easily absorb the knowledge.
Course highlights:
The real-world applications of geometrical or orbital formulas were a great aspect of taking this course. Figuring out new ways to sum total systems was also interesting.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Study, be comfortable with the underlying concepts and try to really focus in class. If you let your mind wander and not focus, you can easily get left behind.