Here at the University of Utah, there are a variety of subjects to choose from when registering for classes: architecture, nursing, art history, and more! But let’s be honest, majority of students want to take the easiest classes possible, no matter the subject. So if you’re looking for some easy credits, this article may lead you in the right direction!
1. GEOG 1000: Earth Environments
This class explores the four linked spheres of the Earth: atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere. Theories, research methods, etc. are explained throughout the courses, along with some other surprising “hot” topics.
2. EDU 1010: Introduction to Teaching
This class introduces current issues that are affecting education today on college campuses, along with K-12 experiences. Students who are enrolled in this course at Utah are required to spend two hours a week in contrasting school settings.
3. BUS 1050: Foundations of Business Thought
The basics of business and its philosophical role. What more can you ask for?
4. EDU 3350: Eating Disorders and Body Image
This online course at Utah gives awareness to students about the biological, psycho-emotional, and social changes of eating disorders and body image concerns.
5. POLS 1100: U.S. National Government
This class goes over the basis of American government, public opinion, media, parties, basically all that government stuff.
6. ARCH 1615: Introduction to Architecture
This class supplies a general overview of the history of architecture and the related origins or architecture, fine arts, and other allied design teachings, including focuses on landscape, architecture, planning, and design.
7. MUSC 3600: World Music
Students who take this course will study world music, the people who make it, and the processes involved in its production.
8. EDU 2095: Introduction to Wilderness Medicine
This course is designed to prepare outdoor enthusiasts and world travelers who have no formal medicine training to prevent and attend to injuries and medical problems that might occur in the backcountry.
9. MUSC 1000: Concert Attendance
You are required to attend 16 approved concerts for credit – boom.
10. BUS 2000: Power Basics
All this class is is a review of the capacity we call power – in other words, common sense.