Introduction to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
There were about 3 homework assignments and those homework even though at first seemed intimidating but it's actually not that bad. Those homework actually helps prepare freshmen engineers to know what's coming in future upper div engineer course. I mean he took one of the generation process of Chem E 100 and do pretty much all the messy stuff and then give it to us. Once you get the homework and the point, it's not that bad. Final Grade: A- --> this is because I did not spend so much time on the homework. All my friends got A and A+ so you should be fine if you do the first and second homework well. The final is kinda confusing because it was the process generation worksheet without all the excel file but then I don't think it really matters so yeah.
Fall 2018 - The class is basically a free A that as a ChemE, you just get done and over with your fall quarter. Basically, you do a weekly writing prompt, that will be in-class in the beginning of the lecture, that you get 10 minutes to do. You simply do outside research to answer prompts that are all on the syllabus. Just do research to back your stuff up with statistics and numbers, that aren't made up. The end of the quarter test is rather tricky and oddly specific, but worth relatively little, so you can bomb it and still get a good grade. To be honest, the professor only lectured something like 3-4 ish times, with nothing but lectures from other professors, which were extremely hit and miss. Some were basic and really didn't teach us much, others went right over the heads of everyone. A few were really good, a few were mind-numbingly boring, while others were mediocre. This is a class that helps out your GPA, but really is something to just get done and over with.