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10 of the Easiest Courses at Butler

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Tina Fayette
Maintaining a good GPA can be stressful, especially during midterms and finals. Have no fear! We have compiled a list of 10 of the easiest courses that you can take at Butler University that will enable you to have a smoother ride throughout the upcoming semester.

1. AA 315 - Arts in Society

In this course, students will examine how the visual and performing arts play a role in our society. Students will have the opportunity to immerse themselves into texts about the arts, class discussions, writing, and creative learning opportunities.Paint brushes laying on a canvas.

2. AS 100 - The Astronomical Universe

In this course, students will study the basic principles of astronomy. Topics to be discussed include laws of motions, the planets, meteors, comets, constellations, stars, and space exploration. Students will also go on field trips to the planetarium and take part in telescope observations.A diagram of the Milky Way.

3. PWB 135 - PE - Spinning

This class is designed to help students get fit. This class will introduce students to the principles and techniques for indoor cycling. Students will take part in weekly spinning sessions that are geared towards improving their overall physical fitness.People participating in a cycling class.

4. PWB 101 - Ballroom Dance Sport

In this course, students will get basic instruction for International and American ballroom, Latin, and social dances. Students will learn how to maintain a healthy lifestyle, how to dance with a partner, and how to use ballroom dancing to improve their overall physical health.Ballroom dancers performing for a crowd.

5. PWB 110 - Hiking & Backpacking

This course is designed to help introduce students to hiking and backpacking. Students will gain a better understanding on this recreational sport on a historical and cultural context. This class will also discuss nature and the wilderness.Two people hiking in the woods.

6. PL 310 - Symbolic Logic

In this course, students will get an introduction into symbolic logic of philosophy. This class is designed to help students understand how to interpret symbols and languages in computer science, mathematics, and the natural sciences.An image of the words symbolic logic.

7. JR 107 - Introduction to Mass Communication

Mass communication is prominent feature all around the world. It affects all of us in some way. This course is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts of mass communication. Topics to be discussed include the communication theory, the press, and the responsibility of the media.Microphones of various news outlets.

8. MT 100 - Elements of Music

In this course, student swill learn about the fundamental principles of music. Topics to be discussed include scales, notation, chords, sight-reading, intervals, and ear training.A man playing an acoustic guitar.

9. MH 454 - History of Rock and Roll

This course will examine the origin of rock and roll. Students will learn about minstrel shows, jazz, and the blues and how each genre combined to create rock and other related musical genres. Students will also learn about different elements of music as well and the golden of rock in the 1950's.The King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, performing.

10. EC 231 - Principles of Microeconomics

In this course, students will investigate the behavior of individuals, states, countries, and markets in the global economy. Students will also learn about the basic concepts of microeconomics and how they work as analytical tools for researchers.The spine of a microeconomics textbook.Although academics can be a stressful thing for some, students can combat this issue by taking some easier courses that will ease the workload throughout the semester. This way, students will have a chance to focus on the courses they find most challenging to them. 


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