There are a lot of classes to take at California Baptist University. If you are looking to take any easy classes next semester, look no further. Keep reading to find out what the top ten easiest classes at California Baptist University are.
1. ARC 240: Architectural History
The course will cover formal, theoretical, material, pragmatic and conceptual aspects of architecture, cities and art, examined in relation to their cultural contexts, from pre-history to circa 1400. Students believe that this class is easy because there is no midterm or final. Instead, there are four in class essays that must be completed. Also, attendance and participation is heavily weighted.
2. BEH 100: Survey of Behavioral Science
This course introduces the student to the primary Behavioral Sciences of Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology and Christian Behavioral Sciences. The course addresses human beings and behavior from the distinctive theoretical perspectives of each of these behavioral sciences. Important subject areas that students must learn include theory and methodology of Behavioral Science research, human biology and behavior, personality and human development in a socio-cultural context, behavior in the context of ethics and values, and social and cultural change. This class is easy because there is one midterm and final exam, but they are open note.
3. Communication 110: Forensic Workshop
A participation class in forensics. Students compete in intercollegiate events. Therefore, there is no midterm and no final exam. Attendance is most of the grade, so as long as you go to class you will most likely get an A.
4. Communication 333: Oral interpretation and Readers Theatre
Analysis and oral presentation of literature in a way that is vivid, compelling, and dramatic. This class will help the student to perfect skills in dramatic reading, and reading of scripture. There are different skits that must be performed in the class, and attendance and participation is mandatory.
5. Criminal Justice 113: Introduction to Criminal Justice
A survey of the U.S. system of criminal justice. The history and philosophy of criminal justice administration in America, description of its social and political institutions, and overviews of major issues in the discipline are covered. This class has open note midterm and final exams, so be sure to take good notes.
6. Early Childhood Studies 320: Cognitive Development in Infancy and Early Childhood
This course describes how the cognitive processes of thought, perception, attention, and problem solving develop in infants and young children. Students will explore the value of active learning in the development of knowledge, the specific ways in which children construct knowledge, and the theoretical models that support cognitive development at home and in school. There is no midterm and no final, so students think this class is very easy.
7. Criminal Justice 304: Ethics for Law Enforcement
A traditional exploration of the eld of law enforcement ethics, which broadly encompasses the history of justice and theories of morality and ethics from antiquity to the modern age. It will also cover the ethical problems unique to law enforcement such as “shoot – no shoot” scenarios, the use of force in general, racial pro ling and hate crimes, opportunities for corruption in the context of the War on Drugs, and various other law enforcement issues. The class mostly consists of message boards.
8. Education 200: Special Topics in Education
Concentration upon a specific topic in the eld of education. Topic varies for different semesters. This class has no examinations, but instead students have multiple presentations that they must do in front of the class. Because of this, students like to take this class since it is easy.
9. English 103: Writing for University Success
An approach to grammar designed to correct common errors in the mechanics of writing. Includes punctuation and spelling; focuses on grammatical problems in the sentence and the paragraph. This class has no midterm and no final exam, so students say it is pretty easy.
10. Environment 151: Introduction to the Geosciences
This class covers the general study of the geosciences including the areas of astronomy, meteorology and climate, geology, and oceanography. Students say that this class is easy because there is a midterm and a final in which the study guide is provided ahead of time. So, many students end up doing well in the class.
There are many classes to choose from, but luckily you can take an easy class to help your GPA or boost the amount of units you are taking. Be sure to sign up for these classes early, because they tend to get filled quickly!