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10 of the Easiest Classes at GVSU

Grand Valley State University has many of different courses that students can take in college. Some of these courses are easy and some are hard and some are online courses as well. Here is a list of 10 of the easiest courses at GVSU.

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1. LIB 100 - Introduction to Liberal Education

This course covers the nature and importance of liberal education, including the education of the adult free citizen, through extensive reading classical and modern texts and through examination of the contemporary state of liberal education in the university and society. Fulfills Philosophy and Literature Foundation. 

2. CJ 101 - Justice and Society

This is an introduction course that covers to the study of crime and justice includes theories and methodologies from a variety of social science disciplines. The course also provides an introduction to the study of social control and to the origins of crime at individual, structural, and cultural levels. Fulfills Social and Behavioral Sciences Foundation

3. ART 101 - Introduction to Art

Introduction to the visual arts. Examination of creative, social, historical, and aesthetic aspects of selected works of art. Fulfills Arts Foundation. This course is covered in both fall and winter semester.

4. MUS 100 - Introduction to Music Literature

Introduction course in music, designed especially for liberal arts students. Study of musical forms, style, media and materials, coupled with the development of intelligent listening habits. Fulfills Foundations - Arts. 

5. BMS 100 - Human Health and Disease

Presents the basic terminology and concepts of medicine and health maintenance for non-science students. Emphasis is on the interaction of technical concepts of health and disease with the political, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of American society. Fulfills Life Sciences Foundation. 

6. CIS 150 - Introduction to Computing

Challenges students to think critically, collaborate, and integrate multiple disciplines as they explore the role that popular culture and schooling play in forming their identities. Students will use critical reading skills to analyze films, television, music and other aspects of popular culture and compare to prominent theories and their experiences. 

7. DAN 200 - Introduction to Dance

An introduction to dance as an art form. This course is designed for the liberal arts student interested in learning to appreciate, understand, discuss, and write about dance. Fulfills Arts Foundation requirement. Offered fall, winter semester.

8. ECO 440 - Public Economics and Ethics

The provision of goods and services in the public sector, government decision-making, and fair and efficient taxation will be analyzed in light of the interaction between ethics and economics. 

9. EDR 317 - Class-conscious: Popular Culture, Schooling, and Identity

Challenges students to think critically, collaborate, and integrate multiple disciplines as they explore the role that popular culture and schooling play in forming their identities. Students will use critical reading skills to analyze films, television, music and other aspects of popular culture and compare to prominent theories and their experiences. 

10. ANT 204 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Introduces the discipline of anthropology by examining the diversity of human cultures that have been described by anthropologists over the last 100 years. The principles of anthropology are explained with examples drawn from non-Western culture. Comparisons are drawn with our own. 


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