Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course is an Environmental Geology lab course that is exceedingly advantageous by relating its content to real world knowledge. The hands-on experience of the class is extremely beneficial in comprehending the material. Not to mention, the professor is exceptional at exerting the material in an highly interesting manner that allows for the entirety of this Environmental Geology course to be productive in everyday life.
I leaned the full concepts about earthquakes, volcanoes, rocks and minerals, etc. and how these subjects effect the real world. Not to mention, this class offers studies on processes of managing resources along with soil concentration and surface water. Studies are taught about waste and pollution. This course informs students of how their acts of daily living can effect the environment.
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This is not an easy course. Effort and motivation to succeed in this class is strongly recommend because of the slight difficulty this course contains. However, this class is strongly beneficial in learning about the environment from beginning until now. I recommend attending class everyday and constantly work on grasping the material in preparation for the exam. The material is sometimes complex to comprehend but it is not impossible as long as students pay attention and motivate themselves to find interest in the subject to have substantial results in this course.