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HIST021226 days ago

I do think the material was very interesting and has increasing relevance in the wake of renewed attempts to take down confederate monuments, but sometimes the professor could be a bit 'high school' in her approaches (especially when she was trying to tell us how to read). Overall, though, it is a pretty easy class with lots of payoff.

Chill and RelaxedEasy GradingEasy Exams
2hrs / week Low difficulty Above average value Would take again
FYSE141930 days ago

This was a good class to have in my first semester. The workload was pretty lights, and Professor Morsman was very open to feedback about the assignments and the readings. She made a lot of the work feel less daunting, such as the final symposium presentation. It ended up being a great class, and it was nice to have a class that was not too much work for my first semester. Also, Professor Morsman goes above and beyond to make sure her advisees know whats going on, are meeting people, and are doing alright. Because of the style of the class, you get to know your peers pretty well.

This was a good class to have in my first semester. The workload was pretty lights, and Professor Morsman was very open to feedback about the assignments and the readings. She made a lot of the work feel less daunting, such as the final symposium presentation. It ended up being a great class, and it was nice to have a class that was …Read more

Slow-PacedUngrading
3hrs / week Low difficulty Low value Would take again
HIST0212last month

I think that Professor Morsman is very enthusiastic and makes her course extremely engaging. She heavily relies on discussion so if that is something that makes you uncomfortable, this might not be the best class for you. Overall, the workload is very fair and there are many different assessment types so you aren't overwhelmed with writing or tests.

Fair GradingProject Exams
2hrs / week Low difficulty Average value Would take again
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