Binghamton University, the number-one ranked public university in New York offers over many courses each year. Students are always looking for some easy and fun classes or electives to take to help boost their GPA. Here is a list of the easiest classes at SUNY Binghamton.
1. EVOS 105 – Evolution For Everyone
Teaches the basic principles of evolution; why evolution provides a unifying framework for the study of biology and humans; selected topics showing how various aspects of human behavior may be studied from an evolutionary perspective, from mating to religion.
2. MUS 115 – Pop, Rock, and Soul Musics
An introduction to the musical elements of popular music, exploring the nature of rhythm, meter, syncopation, form, instrumentation, vocal and instrumental style, and a historical survey of rock, pop and soul musics, tracing their development from roots in blues, jazz, gospel and country music to the music of today.
3. CINE 121 – Experience History and Analysis of Cinema
Expanding appreciation and perception of cinematic works as expressive form. How history shapes cinema and how cinema shapes history.
4. GEOG 101 – Intro To Geography
Introduction to the major subfields of geography using maps and spatial data at local, regional and global scales. Issues of global significance are examined by comparing and contrasting the experience of core regions, such as Europe and the United States, to other world regions.
5. SOC 100 – Social Change
Situates contemporary processes of large-scale social change within a broader historical framework; focuses on race, class, gender, ethnicity, inequality, work, consumption, and world-economy.
6. GEOG 151 – World Regional Geography
The world is partitioned into major regions or realms for comparison. The geographic similarities and differences between them are examined. The central theme is the interrelationship among nature, society and location. The roles of human institutions and how they vary and affect each other across the world are discussed.
7. THEA 102 – Introduction To Theater
Designed for non-majors, this course introduces the student to the various aspects of Theatre arts. Through textbook and play readings, guest artists, class discussions and viewing/critiquing live performances, the student develops a basic Theatre vocabulary and appreciation for this most collaborative of art forms. A lot of students recommend to take this course with Professor Kevin Oakes.
8. WRITING 212 – Writing for Transfer Students
This course emphasizes research-driven writing and is in keeping with Binghamton University’s commitment to writing as central to academic inquiry. Super simple and fun course to take at Binghamton University.
9. PLSC 111 – Intro To American Politics
American political institutions, processes, behavior, relationships among cultural, legal, social aspects of American political system. This class requires you to write papers, but it’s easy and simple.
10. ARTH 110 – Introduction to Art History
An introduction to visual and material culture and built environments from the Ancient Near East through 1650. This class could be taken as an easy online course at Binghamton University.
What is the Binghamton University Fight Song?
“Fight for the Green & White”
WE WILL FIGHT FIGHT FIGHT,
FIGHT FOR THE GREEN AND WHITE.
WE WILL WIN, WIN, WIN,
SO LET THE GAME BEGIN.
WE ARE THE BEARCATS
AND WE’RE BRAVE AND STRONG
WE WILL FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT
WE WILL WIN, WIN, WIN
WE WILL FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT
FIGHT FOR THE GREEN AND WHITE!!
(FIGHT CHANT) GO B-U!…GO B-U!!
by Maurice Taylor