Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend Intermediate Accounting I because you learn and solidify your knowlege withing financial accounting while going in depth in the many regions that you must learn to fully be an accountant. It is the beginning of your journey of learning for your CPA Exam if you are to ever take it.
Fully understanding how and why the different pieces of accounting come together. They teach you exactly how to go through the accounting cycle and create an unadjusted trial balance and learn what adjustments to make to create an adjusted trial balance. You learn to make closing entries, income statements, balance sheets, different depreciation types, and different gaap principles.
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Advice for students:
Attend every class if possible and work to pay attention during all of the classes. It first gives you a strong basic understanding of the topic over trying to teach it to your self outside of class. Also it gives you a chance to ask questions to the person who creates your final. Paying attention and asking questions saves you HOURS of studying and relearning.