Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend because the professor is very friendly and passionate about the field. It is more difficult but it should be expected in a higher level class. The professor is willing to work with students and in labs allows you to work a bit on your own to learn through trial and error a bit to see the practical side of chemistry whereas most lecture practicality is generally not considered.
The course teaches and shows lab and practical skills that as a chemistry major, you will need. Chromatography techniques are introduces, re-crystallization, synthesis strategies, purification of compounds as well as a general introduction to organic chemistry and its differences to inorganic chemistry.
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Advice for students:
Don't let the coursework build up. Just because you have an exam on a topic and have moved on, the old techniques are still needed as they are often the foundation to later topics and used over and over. That is don't take an exam and immediately forget the material after. Instead continue to work on the problems and keep up to date on all material.