Great course, really enjoyed! It's on the difficult side of the Coursera courses, but if you have engineering-level maths it shouldn't be a big deal. It's unnecessary to do the previous courses to do this one if you already have some practice with lie-groups robotics but it's often times not the case.
I recommend not to use their library at all and code your own code so that you learn more and get more out of the course.
The peer-graded assignments are the only big drawback. I think they should be automatically evaluated with a set of unit tests. Hopefully that will be sorted out at some point.
By Arnab C•
The concepts of this Course will be used heavily in Course 6. I rated this course after course 6 because the real use of this course is in there. The entire specialization was rock solid and develops a strong foundation for further explorations.
By John M•
Another very meaty course in this series. I enjoyed it a lot.
A word of warning though, I found this course to be a step up in terms of difficulty and time required compared to the previous 4. Very rewarding to get through but be forewarned.
By Juan C C Z•
I like this course and the way is presented. I think, however, that discussion forums could be better attended by the instructors and mentors.
By Ahmed M A F•
It's interesting course, but it needs much effort
By Bassam A M S A•
It is the best course and the most excited one.
By Juan C D S•
By Irina R•
Positive: Very rigorous and thorough course. Has quizzes and programming assignments which have multiple languages supported.
Minus: The peer-reviewed assignments may take a long time to get graded due to small number of students. Also, the small number of students makes it almost impossible to get any help regarding the material. I have never seen the instructor replying to a student question which is not related to the courseware. The book has no solutions, so if you don't understand something, you are stuck.