That said, I think I'll avoid any further comment on this thing. Eedeot.
Pol S 487, Electronic Democracy with Steffen Schmidt isn't bad at all if he's offering it this semester.
Music 304. The history of Rock & Roll.
I did know a ton about that stuff already, but still learned new stuff. Even if you don't know a lot about it, the class is really informative and you should be able to easily get an A in the class. I think it listed Music 102 or something as a pre-req, but I didn't have that. I don't think it actually mattered as I don't remember them ever checking.
Anyway, attendance is required in the class but otherwise there was almost no homework. The only homework I remembered was we were required to go to a few music performances and then write a review each time based on a few criteria ("ohhh they had a nice blend amongst the voices blah blah blah"..easy stuff like that). We had 2-3 tests, which I thought were easy (Multiple Choice for the most part). They were just full of facts like "Who was the first ______?" and then there was a listening section that was the "hardest." You might have to listen to 5 things and say "Okay example 2 is an example of 12 bar blues" or something.
The class is easy though and you learn a lot if you're into music, if you didn't already know this stuff. The teachers were pretty knowledgeable too. The main one, David Stuart, is a professor of music and has played with the Moody Blues in their orchestra before. I swear he alluded to seeing some jazz fusion bands extremely high in the 70s once too haha..
I did think that Econ 302 was easy, no attendance from what I remember.
If you have a cool advisor, talk to him/her and ask if they know anything about that. You guys are in the beginning of the semester so I'm sure you can transfer to it maybe? Unless they're both taught by the same guys rofl
mteor 324 energy and the environment 4 exams takes best 3 like 5 pop quizzes through the semester all the lecture notes on blackboard
I took Econ 308 instead of Econ 302 back in the day...for some reason. That class was messed up. Think I ended up with a B+ but deserved at least an A-. I remember the teacher (Tesfatsion) trying to tell me that something like a checkerboard pattern is segregated instead of integrated (like ..if each square was a race of people and the checkerboard was a city grid) for two colors. I almost ******* lost it on her. One of our first assignments, and from then on out I thought she was half stupid.
Point I was throwing out was, it depends on your interests, likes, ability, etc. Econs were easy for me, came naturally - even had a local college have me lecture when they had an opening. Being a business major did not mean that I could go and do a design class easily.
I always thought going to class made it easy.
Alright I need an easy 300 level class that meets the Arts & Humanities requirement.
Seriously. Go to class.