Spring 2016 - This is literally the easiest class I have ever taken at UCLA, both inside and outside the engineering department. On the first day Prof Revaz straight up said that he wanted to give everyone an A in this class. But don't be fooled because the material is actually quite complicated, and he does a pretty bad job of teaching it. It's just that you don't actually have to know any of it to get an A in this class. There is no midterm or final; there's just a "quiz-test" at the end of the quarter. It's only worth 10% of your grade and is open book/note. The rest of your grade comes from homework/lab assignments and one project worth 50% of your grade. The project is very open ended and it honestly felt like everyone who did it received 100% on it. And also, the lectures and labs stop halfway through the quarter, which I thought was incredibly strange given the fact that there was a lot of material. So if you're looking for a class that requires very little work, this is your class. If you want to actually learn something, I would look elsewhere.