Pretty easy, overall.
While I took it as a gen ed, I found it extremely interesting and informational. I really liked my professor because he went through all of the material with detail and always stopped to make sure we were all following and understanding what he was teaching us. He was always willing to answer any questions we had and wanted everyone to succeed. It's hard to get anything below an A or B in that class.
We learned about the different parts of the environment and how they are all connected. We spent a lot of time talking about the human affects on the environment, how its changed over the course of history, what will happen in the future if we don't change our ways, and things we can do individually to help cause less harm to our planet. We also had a short unit on food bourne diseases
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Advice for students:
As long as you go to class and pay attention, and fill out the study guides for the tests it should be a low-stress class.