I can't remember what class number it was but business psychology was the easiest class ever. Once a week for two hours, all grades were off attendence and open book quizzes.
I was a TA for Music 104, kinda bummed to hear that it is canceled...fun class
HDFS 283 is looking pretty darn good... Personal and Family Finance
"Introduction to basic principles of personal and family finance. Budgeting, record keeping, checking and savings accounts, consumer credit, insurance, investments, and taxes."
My definition of an easy elective:
- If you can get a B with basic common sense and understanding of Human Nature.
- If you can get a B based on something you learned in another class that matters.
Attendance requirements downgrade the class from "Easy" to an annoyance.
- and cracking a book or going to class gets you from B to A.
Agreed. In these classes you know there was a point in time when no one would come to class so there had to be a decision. They could make the class worthwhile so students show up, or they could keep the class a waste of time but require attendance. Every class I took with required attendance was a waste of time.
My thought is if you want an easy A in a hard class, take the 8AM class that has pop quizzes/attendance points. Many people will miss the class, and you get easy points.
If you want a class with no attendance requirement, then find a class thats in a big lecture hall.
Comp Sci 103. Can you turn your computer on? Can you navigate the series of tubes that is the internet? Plus, the class is totally online (kind of funny considering that the first few weeks of the class focus on how to use an operating system and web browser). I didn't go to one of the four tests and still got an A.