Classics 28: The Classic Myths is a ton of fun. Not too hard if you keep up with your reading and go to lecture. Prof. Bulloch can be a tad boring sometimes (I know I've slept through my share of lectures), but the stuff that he discusses is really deep. This guy really knows what he's talking about. Grading is just section quizzes, midterm, a term paper, and a final, but in general, if you do your reading and spend a good amount of time on the term paper (which is worth 0%, if memory serves me), you'll get a good grade. His exams are pretty open - you don't have to know everything. For example, the exam will ask for 3 identifications out of a list of 20 or so. On each identification (e.g. "Odysseus" or "Hermes"), you write as much as you know about the subjects you've selected. Then there's some essays and stuff. Really fun class - the term paper is completely open too, so it really gives you an opportunity to explore stuff about Greek myth.