In-Depth Introduction to Fundamentals of Screenwriting
I would highly recommend this class to anyone interested in the subject. The midterms and finals were a joke. Both take home, both three or four questions at most. The lecture is one hour and the discussion is an hour. In addition to being EXTREMELY easy, the class was also fun. We watched different movie clips and would always relate back to what we had learned. The real work you have to do is the 25-30 page screen play. It sounds like a lot, but my T.A. broke it up into weekly assignments. By the time the final came around it was more along the lines of 10-15 pages. You're not graded on content either. As long as you have all of the technical information correct (margins, spacing, font, text size, etc.) it doesn't really matter how good or bad the screenplay is. Hal Ackerman is really enthusiastic about the material, which always helps make a class interesting.
I just took film TV 133. Easy A. Person below me probably said that to try to get someone to drop so they could sign up. They left the same message on Ackerman's page. 10 page screenplay, 3 assignments (1 page double spaced), 2 hours per week. Easy take home final. TA gives you your grade.