Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course is a crash course in accounting. However, rather than learning how to read financial statements as would have been more helpful, we were forced to do ledger statements. This was a graduate level business course, none of the students are going to consider becoming CPA or accountants of any form. AS a matter of fact, some of the students were accountants looking to change careers.
While the first half of the course were focused on balance sheets and statement of cash flows, the second half of the course started becoming interesting and focused on Investments, stock-based compensation (which we should all be so lucky as to arrive at that point), bonds, leases, and income taxes.
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Advice for students:
Do the homework, but stay away from the optional project. Time is better spent studying for the final exam.