Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class with Professor Forster was hands down my favorite class. It allows you to think on a more critical level of what communication is in an everyday world. Even though I have been out of this class for a month, I still take what I have learned from this course, and use it everyday, questioning the media, and communication methods used on a daily basis.
From this course I took away real world lessons. I learned what communication is in the 21st century, and what effects the media has on our day to day life. I realize now in everything I do, that the media has an effect on the decisions we make, yet we don't realize it. Professor Forster really helped his students to open their eyes and see the tolls that media has over us. Whether taking this class for a mandatory communication credit, or for extra curricular, I highly recommend it with Professor Forster.
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Advice for students:
Like I had said in the highlights of this course, take this class just because. If you're on the fence about this specific course, just take it! You won't regret it, you really do take away so much from it. It's really interesting because how much you learn and take away from it, it will automatically be one of the easiest A's to receive because it's not hard work, it's just critical thinking work. As long as you're thinking to your full potential, Professor Forster will see it, and applaud you for it, and it all shows in the grade you'll receive.