I'll be entering my sophomore year as a physics major and all the classes seem really cool and standard; however, there is one class I'm curious about. It's called "Relativity and Quanta" and it's description is as follows; "Special relativity: Lorentz transformation, dynamics, and conservation laws. Quantum physics: the experimental evidence for quantization; a qualitative discussion of the concepts of quantum mechanics and their application to simple systems of atoms and nuclei." What can I expect from this class in terms of difficulty for a sophomore level course? Other courses like thermodynamics and mechanics I can find a lot of info on, but not much on this; really interested in quantum physics. Thanks.