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This course is by far the most difficult I've taken in my college career and much of it was under Professor Delgado. This is not because he's a professor who hates his students. As a matter of fact, he genuinely cares and wants you to learn. He's simply pushing you to do your best. If you are trying to just coast through a class, don't choose him. On the other hand, if you like engineering, he's a good choice.
Professor Quackenbush is very nice and understanding. There's almost no homework at all. The exams are online as well. She didn't count attendance at all and provided additional credits left and right. Moreover, she posted lectures on Ecampus. Overall, this is the easiest creative art class. I suggest you take her class.
Professor Pucha wasn't the best teacher, to be honest. However, his class wasn't hard either. The exams were good and so was the homework. His lectures were not very good, but sometimes he took attendance. Take his class for a good grade, but maybe not if you really want to learn the material.
Professor Myers is a great teacher who gives great lectures and helps you during the lesson. But the reason I gave him a low grade is that if you have any issues, it's best not to email him. He takes a lot of time to respond and the reply when you get it doesn't help. Overall, communication outside the class is not good at all.
Professor North was such a good teacher. His class consists of three exams, four essays with only 300 words, and no finals. Also, he gives extra credit if you take part in sporting events. He just goes through the PowerPoint during class, but it's not very boring. The exams are also exactly what the study guide is. It's a full cheat sheet during the exams. Overall, it's an easy A.
Professor Guyton is a very experienced anthropologist. You must have at least some understanding of the concepts to see through the tricky wording. Read each answer option, and believe me, it's easier than people think. You'll get an A in this class by reading the textbook chapter on the topic of the week or his Anthropak summary of it.
I took psychology classes with Professor O'Neal-Moffitt. I can say she's amazing. She's always available anytime you need her. Her work wasn't difficult at all. There were online quizzes that matched what she taught, which also helped us with our grades. Class lectures are not boring either. And she's very outgoing when she gives lectures. She interacts with her students during the classes. Overall, she's the best.
Professor Quintero is a fantastic professor. He's very caring both inside and outside of class. He's always willing to help. Also, he's very good at replying to your questions, comments, and concerns. He's very concerned about your education and understanding of the material as well.
Professor Luxemburg is lazy and never gets anything done on time. Don't expect to learn anything at lectures with the exception of his personal life and accomplishments. I contacted the head of the department to share my concerns and those of my classmates. Unfortunately, she didn't seem surprised and didn't plan on solving the problems.
Professor Dodge's class consists of quizzes, journals, discussions, training in Linkedin, and one final project. His class was very easy. He's very calm and hilarious as well. The final project is a lot of work. On the other hand, it's a group project and, in general, he's not a tough grader.
Professor Brenneman has created an amazing and very organized online class. The laboratory in this class gave me confidence in using statistics for research. If you want an easy A, get someone else. However, if you want to get an idea of what research is like and have a curiosity about the world around you, her class is for you. Overall, this is the best I've taken so far.
Doctor Lind is an outstanding professor. Clearly, he knows what he's doing. He teaches a lot of classes. However, those were not very helpful if it is not followed with examples. He will work with you if you ask though. Yes, the course is already difficult, but it's not something you can't get through if you practice.