Remember the days of sitting in a circle singing and playing instruments with your classmates? Want to relive the experience? Take Music for Children for a nice break from the usual hustle and bustle of university life.
This class is offered online and in person and consists of easy to answer quizzes (you get 2 tries) + a final which are all due by the end of the semester. If you’re expecting a busy semester, this class would be a good choice for you in terms of time management and difficulty level.
If you go to class, pay attention and do the work you should get an A! Even if you don’t, some professors offer extra credit to help you on your way to getting there
If you are interested in learning about the inner workings of the human mind and becoming like Professor X check out Intro to Psych. You get to learn about interesting things and exams are straightforward!
If you are interested in the dynamics of society but are not willing to dedicate the time and effort of going to class 2 or 3 times a week 10/10 would recommend online Soc 1300. There are a couple of weekly assignments and a few exams a semester that are easily completed while leaving you with a nice understanding of the material.
This is an introductory class required for all Geology majors. Don’t take this class if you don’t like easy to understand material and tests.
7. Chem 1301
For those who want to dabble in the sciences, but just a little, Chem 1301 or- as the populace refers to it- Baby Chem is a nice option to get a science credit with minimal effort.
Want to indulge your artsy side? Take this watercolor class where its like you never left your kindergarten art class save haven as you mix watercolors together to form your own creation.
This class is required/recommended for many pre-health majors and can be very useful in the health field. That being said exams are all taken online and are fairly easy- if not long.
Learn a little about those with different beliefs by taking this class where you are required to go to different places of worship and write papers about your experience and what you observe.