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Humanities elective examples include art, history, literature or English classes. Basically, anything that’s not math or science. Depending on the type of …

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It's a full-year course though (1.0 credits) so wouldn't be offered during Spring. But, it has a take-home mid-term in December, take-home exam in April, and two pretty straightforward short essay assignments. Then just weekly online questions based on the reading, answers are like 150-200 words I think it was.

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The humanities refer to courses in two major categories, arts and culture, that are designed to enrich a student's knowledge of the world beyond their own life. Even for degrees in engineering and physical sciences, at least a few humanities courses are typically required. It is possible to major in many of these fields as well, and degree

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I was thinking that this might free up some more time for me to concentrate in the math and science courses without worrying about humanities screwing my gpa, but if humanities are an easy A, then I might want to take them for a letter grade.</p> DRab April 28, 2006, 12:33am #8 <p>Whether theyare an "easy A" depends a lot on the class, its

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The "easy classes" at MIT are the ones in the subject areas you are most interested in. Just like picking one's major in a topic of interest to oneself, one picks a humanities minor at MIT based on what you are truly interested in. I choose two minors: Economics and Political Science.

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WGST 333 Goddess Mythology, Women's Spirituality, and Eco-Feminism is a great course that counts as humanities. No final either, just 4 assignments. Requires you to really connect with the course material but its an interesting topic (at least for me) and as long as you participate you should be fine. 3

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The humanites i am taking is Music of the world. Very Easy:) This my 1st semester in college and I i am having no trouble with this class. It is a very interesting class. If you like music and learning a little about other countries you will love this class. mzrainydayz, BSN, RN Specializes in Med/ Surg/ Telemetry, Public Health. 364 Posts

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3. MUSICOL 121 – Introduction to the Art of Music Musicology 121 offers an introduction to western art music from 1700 to the present. The course aims to develop listening skills as well as an ability to think and to communicate effectively about music and sound. 4. PHIL 160 – Moral Principles and Problems

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Here is a list of the top 10 easiest Sophia courses you can complete Essentials of managing conflict Developing effective teams Introduction to psychology College Algebra Introduction to business Introduction to statistics Visual communications Conflict resolution Introduction to sociology Art history 1

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7. ENTR 2P51 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship This class is great for anyone who wants to learn how to think creatively and innovatively. The skills you learn are incredibly practical and in general, it's a course that's notorious for being very easy to do well in! 8. CHYS2P38 - CHILDHOOD, YOUTH & SOCIETY

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African/African American Studies. Open to any suggestions. If the question asks if something is offensive, the answer is always "yes". any of the intro sociology, anthropology, or psychology courses are usually a good bet. i need one too. no group projects, no clicker, preferably a test bank. tia.

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Here are 10 of the easiest classes offered at UMD! 1. ENES140 – Discovering New Ventures. Students explore dynamic company startup topics by working in teams to design a new venture. This multi-disciplinary course helps students to learn the basic business, strategy, and leadership skills needed to launch new ventures.

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Benefits of Humanities Courses. It's easy to see the benefits of the STEM fields, with the products of science, engineering and technology all around us in our everyday lives. Measures of success in the humanities, by contrast, tend to be more subjective, and their benefits are less tangible. This may lead you to wonder how useful a course or

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This course goes well with other humanities. 3. Music Appreciation. 4. Physical Education Classes. 5. Introduction to Film Studies/ Film History. 6. Introduction to Chinese. 7. Abnormal Psychology. 8. Anthropology 101. Courses 180 View detail Preview site 10 Easy-A Classes Everyone Should Take Posted: (1 week ago)

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In these 10 UF gen-ed classes, learning is actually enjoyable. 1. ENY 2040: The Insects giphy.com A three-credit course satisfying a biological science credit proves that science can sometimes make you excited to go to class.

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This course goes well with other humanities. 3. Music Appreciation. 4. Physical Education Classes. 5. Introduction to Film Studies/ Film History. 6. Introduction to Chinese. 7. Abnormal Psychology. 8. Anthropology 101. Courses 213 View detail Preview site 10 Easy-A Classes Everyone Should Take Posted: (1 week ago)

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Mgt 3200 with sauley. Mc 2000 with freeman. easy classes by not humanities. I guess it certain things it could be considered that. but their are other classes easier than that. I told a parapsychology class at LSU that was amazingly awesome. 3hr night class dude just talked about UFOs and shite like that every week.

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What are the easiest humanities classes to take in college?

It may seem like cheating to say that Humanities is one of the 10 easiest humanities classes to take in college, but courses with the word humanities in the title are often quite easy. Whether it’s based on art, history, or literature, classes like this are typically no sweat. 7. Basic Writing

What is a humanities elective in college?

What even is a humanities elective in college? Humanities elective examples include art, history, literature or English classes. Basically, anything that’s not math or science. Depending on the type of person you are, you’ll find these types of classes either very difficult or very easy.

What are the humanities?

Stanford University defines the humanities this way: “The humanities can be described as the study of how people process and document the human experience.”

Where can i find descriptions and learning criteria for general education humanities?

Descriptions and learning criteria for General Education Humanities courses can be found in the Foundation and Knowledge Domains section. What is Asia? What is Asia? - LINKED What Are Asian Languages? What is Information? Food, Farms & Justice: What's Education Got To Do With Them?

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