Pretty easy, overall.
I remember this course because it's an easier way to get connected with many important people you'd want to meet for your major no matter what grade you're in. Professor Bass was already having multiple interviews up for internships with many people that he's had in his class now their out doing bigger things in their life and that's where he wants us to be so one day we'd come back giving his current classes a speech about my life and how much Professor Bass helped me out.
I've learned that if you don't know anything just ask don't be shy because closed mouths don't get fed. Take every opportunity there is or you'll maybe regret not taking it later on. Learn to always be prepared now building those good habits and have fun at whatever you're doing. It's all about creating that mindset that you want to do something as bad as you want to succeed. Most people want this but they got to put the work in and if you're doing that something good will most likely come out of it.
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Advice for students:
For this course I'd recommend them taking good notes and ask a lot of questions because they'll meet some nice business people coming in. Ask for their business cards they might end up starting a internship early never know. Build a good connection with Professor Bass because he'll help you out tremendously in the long run and it'll be for the better. You'd have a career and spot open for you faster than you know it but you got to put the work in.