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College is full of classes that you need to take in order to satisfy your general education requirements. But, why not also choose classes that are fun? Here are 15 of coolest classes at University of Maryland:

1. PSYC289D – Living the Good Life: The Psychology of Happiness 

This course goes into the contemporary scientific approaches about what individuals need to do in order to get happy. This class also takes care of the following gen eds: History and Social Sciences (DSHS) and ISeries (SCIS).

2. HIST289Y – Zombies, Fear, and Contagion: A Cultural History of Public Health, Medicine, and Technology

Calling all zombie lovers out there, this class may be just for you! Not only do you get to learn about the history of public health, but you also can satisfy three general education requirements with this course. This class takes care of the following gen eds: History and Social Sciences (DSHS) or Humanities (DSHU), Understanding Plural Societies (DVUP) and ISeries (SCIS).

3. NFSC220 – Diet: Is it a cause or a solution

Look into the social, economic, and cultural issues caused by dieting with this course.  This class takes care of the following gen eds: Scholarship in Practice (DSSP) and ISeries (SCIS).

4. PHIL209J – Philosophical Issues: The Rights and Wrongs of Killing People

Should we be able to decide the fate of others? When is it right? When is it wrong? Take this class and find out. This class takes care of the following gen eds: Humanities (DSHU) and ISeries (SCIS).

5. KNES222 – Gambling in the New Millennium: Poker, The Preakness, Point-spreads, Powerball and Public Policy

“Is gambling in the public interest?” In this course, you will examine the implications of gambling through observing its different forms, sectors of the gambling industry and the related economics. This class also takes care of the following gen eds: History and Social Sciences (DSHS) and ISeries (SCIS).

6. GEOL204 – Dinosaurs, Early Humans, Ancestors, and Evolution; The Fossil Record of Vanished Worlds of the Prehistoric Past

This class goes more in depth of the history of the planet by looking at the beginning of life and its major events. This class takes care of the following gen eds: Natural Science (DSNS) and ISeries (SCIS).

7. CCJS325 – Slavery in the Twenty First Century: Combating Human Trafficking

Learn more about human trafficking by going more in depth about the global problem and seeing the strategies that could help stop it. This class takes care of the following gen eds: History and Social Sciences (DSHS) and ISeries (SCIS).

8. ARTT260 – Dangerous Art: Censorship or Subsidy

In this course, you will be able to see more about where arts and policy connect. This class takes care of the following gen eds: History and Social Sciences (DSHS) and ISeries (SCIS).

9. ARHU275 – Writing to be Seen: Scriptwriting for Theatre, Film, and Television

Learn to write your own scripts with this course! This class also takes care of the following gen eds: Humanities (DSHU) and Scholarship in Practice (DSSP).

10. MUSC210 – The Impact of Music On Life

This course discusses the effects caused by music and focuses on gender, race, and class and its impact on the study of music.  This class also takes care of the following gen eds: Humanities (DSHu) and Understanding Plural Societies (DVUP).

11. PHIL140 – Contemporary Moral Issues  

Go more in depth on ethics with this class as you look at topics such as abortion, reverse discrimination, the death penalty and much more. This class takes care of the following gen eds: Humanities (DSHU).

12. COMM324 – Communication and Gender  

Go over the differences between male and females and their effects on communication. This class takes care of the following gen eds: Understanding Plural Societies (DVUP).

13. EDCP220 – Introduction to Human Diversity in Social Institutions

This course discusses diversity in the United States under characteristics such as religion, race, ethnicity, social class, and gender. Learn more about diversity and social justice with this course. This class also takes care of the following gen eds: Understanding Plural Societies (DVUP).

14. FMSC260 – Couple Relationships

Want to become a relationship expert? Take this class! Learn more about dating, courtship and marriage with this interesting class. This class takes care of the following gen eds: History and Social Sciences (DSHS).

15. HLTH285 – Controlling Stress and Tension

With this course, you will learn more about how to manage your stress, which we know every college student could use. This class also takes care of the following gen eds: History and Social Sciences (DSHS).


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