Professor John Kucharczuk Reviews
This class was mainly 50% of the prof dealing with technical support. For assignments and projects, there are no rubric or proper guidelines on what distinguishes an A work than a C work. The marks were randomly generated for presentations (70-79) which is mostly unheard of. It might be better in the future but it was frustrating to deal with how unorganized every project/assignment was which was challenging.
The structure for tests are 30 multiple choice question and 10 short answers. Try preparing beforehand by knowing every concept and making sure that you have an example written with it. When writing tests, make sure to write lengthy answers since that is their basis of marking.
The most unorganized prof I have witnessed in York. There are no proper structure and guidelines for marking with assignments and projects which makes it very difficult to be successful in this class regardless of your efforts. In addition, there is also no rationale in terms of grading and it seems that marks are randomly generated. Beware of also prevalent bias that is shown toward in this class. Most of the classes were his experiences and talking to students which could take an hour. The most important thing in this class is there are too much unwarranted workload and "busy work" that is unnecessary.
The structure for tests are 30 multiple choice question and 10 short answers. Also, try to attend most of his classes since sometimes he could put in information that is not on slides. Also, the workload is lesser for people who choose to build their own company, so if you have a chance to select in the project. Then, choose making your own company for your own mental sanity.