let me start off with account as that's the one i have the most issues with. they try to keep everything departmentalized so every professors teaches the same exact thing. with that comes this stupid project that has not been updated in years that continues to get used. and the tests are just multiple choice mainly with some long questions. but the catch is your professor isn't the one that makes the final since it's departmental. he gets to make up every other test but that one. so they'll usually give it little weigh compared to other finals in other classes. not to mention you'll get some practice exams from some of the professors which makes it even easier to take the final and midterms. and if you get good at using blackboard you can take more advantage of the courses in accounting since all classes teach the same thing but the professors often post up different assignments or work to aid the students.
business communications, same exact thing. some professors are a bit more anal but the same exact thing is covered essentially, but a lot of the assignments you get you don't even have to put in much work into. you can actually just make up the stuff as you go along. easy A for a class.
business law, suffers from the same thing too. all you need to do in those classes is look at the summary page of each chapter and that's it. because the professor will cover the assignment and go over the chapter in class.
Info Systems is cake as well. it's mainly learning how to use excel and powerpoint and how computers work in the business world context. tho this may be more of a challenge to others if they aren't as good at computers.
That's five classes so far I can tell you about.
The liberal arts classes are intellectually speaking a lot more stimulating and challenging. All the professor adjuncts and teacher assistants in CBA just make it a joke for some classes. They're just easy. I'm not an overachiever either. And that's not to say your Major classes will be the same because they aren't at all.
If you come into CBA one thing you'll hear is that we're called the Coloring Book Academy. Can't say I disagree with it. Everything is basically handed to us. If you screw it up then I'm not sure what to tell you. And don't think I say this because I hate CBA. I don't. I prefer CBA over Fordham College because of the fact that the classes are much easier, we get more leeway in signing up for classes (not having to deal with pin codes or foreign language reqs), and the internship opportunity are great. If I weren't in an unpopular major, I would be taking advantage of a lot of those internships.