Um "fairly interesting".
I imagine you're a pretty intelligent person if you want to get into Surgery.
Therefore PHIL105 won't be fairly interesting.
The whole course is all about arguments - their structure, types of arguments, convincing arguments, fallacious arguments etc.
For example, in the last three weeks of semester, we learn about statistical argument and their problems - eg you need a large sample size and to be comparing apples and apples not apples and oranges to make assumptions from statistics!!?!?!?
Sure, it's not really challenging but it is insulting to your intelligence.
//EDIT: Also two tests, final exam and two assignments plus an extra bonus optional assignment. Way more work that other general eds.
To be honest, Law128G is a great general ed. Makes you think, really interesting, and just tutorials every second week, a mid semester test and an exam. But it's a lot of reading, although it makes you think
If you want a gen ed with 0 work, Compsci101