Just like any other university, a few classes and professors at UNCG are "duds"—some are pointless and boring, while others are demanding and difficult. Luckily, if students do encounter these dud classes, it will most likely be in their general education classes, which every student has to take to graduate. While some of these courses will no doubt be your least favorite classes—the bulk of them have nothing to do with your major and the instructors are often apathetic graduate students—the good news is that you will probably have most of them out of the way within your first two years at UNCG. By that time, you will have learned which classes and professors to avoid in the future, either through your own experience or through friends.
Thankfully, duds are not the norm at UNCG. The more involved you get with your major or program of study, the more you will appreciate the knowledge and talent of your professors. After all, they helped create the strong academic reputation that UNCG is known for, especially in nursing, music, education, and theatre programs. As long as you are willing to do the work required—it is college, after all, and not a stroll through the park—you will walk away in four years with a broadened mind and a degree to set you up for the rest of your life.