I am currently in the process of choosing my classes for next semester. (EE major) I need to pick some general education classes, because unfortunately the two that I've taken didn't transfer correctly (or how I would have hoped). I can take 210 Philosophy Introduction to logic - which I believe I should be able to handle. Unfortunately the only other classes that the philosophy department offers are classes that I would hate. Except for a graduate level class called 5xx Mathmatical logic. This is a class taught by a math dept faculty but counts as a philosophy class. (with the preq of linear algebra). Would it be a mistake to think that since I am an EE student that I should do well in this class? Are graduate level classes in the humanities hopelessly easy? Or will it involve boatloads of work? I've also never taken another philosophy class before (except I would take introduction to logic before this).