Whilst supposedly an introductory course on behavioural finance, the concepts are too concisely taught. The stories and analogies in the readings are interesting and really challenge readers to check their own biases. However, even after reading the readings, the exams are quite confusing to understand. Mainly because the concepts were not explained deeply so it's confusing. It's better to take other behavioral economics courses such as BE101x by University of Toronto or read Richard Thaler's book Nudge - which basically covers similar topics but explained in more in depth.