My fourth-year course looks, to my eyes, perfect. (Sorry, students, I'm not teaching another course this term, as I chair the Philosophy department instead.)
Students may notice that what I consider perfect, they consider a crushing workload suitable to graduate school. To which I can only say, Yes, that sounds about right! Trust me, you'll learn a lot if you try to do it all. You may not get an A, but that's hardly the point. And I didn't put the A out of reach; it's just that you have to read some of the most difficult philosophical works, and write about them with consistent excellence, to get it. Let me know if I can help with that.