Miami University has lots of different courses that students can take during their time in university. Some of these courses are hard and some are easy. Here are 10 of the easiest courses at Miami University.
1. LAS 260 - Latin America in the United States
This class will cover the historical, social, economic, and cultural forces that have shaped the experience of peoples of Latin, Hispanic background in the United States
2. PHL 103 - Society and the Individual
A study of the relationship between human beings and the societies in which they live and of the implications different perspectives on this relationship have for a view of social justice.
3. PHY 101 - Physics and Society
You will learn the basic principles of physics and discussion of the interaction of science and society, both today and in the past. Provides skills in thinking critically about societal problems which have a scientific or technological component.
4. GEO 111 - World Regional Geography: Patterns and Issues
This course focuses on world geography emphasizing regional approach and comparisons; combines analysis and synthesis of characteristics distinctive to each principal culture realm; focuses upon selected topical issues involving ethnic, political, economic, social, and environmental aspects.
5. GIC101 - Global and Intercultural Studies
An interdisciplinary approach to global and intercultural dynamics and issues. You will be examining historical and contemporary transnational perspectives to understand processes of globalization in an age of global social responsibility.
6. CLS 102 - Roman Civilization
You will learn about the ancient Roman civilization from its legendary beginning through the Republic to the Empire at its greatest extent. Various aspects of Roman civilization highlight the Roman experience including history, literature, philosophy, political and social institutions, religion, art, and the unique ability of Rome to assimilate Greek and other cultures.
7. MBI 111 - Microorganisms and Human Disease
Discussion of microorganisms and human diseases they cause, with particular emphasis on the impact of these relationships on the development of human societies' past, present, and future.
8. EDT 190 - Introduction to Education
This is the most fun and enjoyable class which includes activities, technology experiences and school visits to assist students in deciding whether or not to pursue a teacher licensure program and to begin the professional preparation process.
9. HST 121 - Western Civilization
Ideas, values, institutions, great events, and personalities in the development of European civilization from antiquity to 1500. Objective is to understand historically the major societal issues and cultural themes which have defined concepts of humanity and society in the Western world.
10. MUS 101 - Theory of Music
Understanding of the elements of music, directed toward intelligent and authoritative performance, as well as creative writing in music composition. Includes fundamentals of music, diatonic partwriting, and analysis