Can anyone compile a list of the easiest/most interesting course that fulfill foundation/sector requirements? I'm a STEM student specifically interested in the history and arts/letters sectors but I feel like other students reading this can benefit from your responses.
As a Bio major in the College, I highly recommend looking for small classes/seminars to fulfill your non-STEM requirements for a few reasons: it's easier to get one-on-one time with your professor, it'll be a nice divergence from your larger STEM lectures, and most of the work is done in class.
Here are some of the requirement-fulfilling courses I've taken:
- Arts & Letters Sector: World Music and Cultures (MUSC 050/ANTH 022)
- Humanities and Social Science: Art, Design, and Digital Culture (FNAR 264/DSGN264)
- Society Sector: Social Psychology (PSYC 170)
- Cross-Cultural Analysis: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH002)
Dynamic Dino, January 27, 2020, 12:33 PM