CSU offers many different courses every year. In order to boost GPA and get a higher grade, students usually look for easier classes to take during the year. These classes could be both in person or online class. Here are 10 of the easiest classes at Colorado State University.
1. BIOL 112 – Nutrition
Analysis of personal dietary habits and behavior in relation to basic human nutritional needs and food composition.
2. PHIL 201 – Classics in Ethics
The logic of objective norms and standards of ‘good’ vs. ‘bad’, ‘right’ vs. ‘wrong’ from major philosophers and classics of literature. Application to contemporary issues. This class is considered one of the easier online classes at Colorado State.
3. PSYC 205 – Introduction to Sport Psychology
An introduction to psychological theories and constructs affecting performance, coaching & development in sports and athletics.
4. HIST 201 – U.S. History I
United States history from founding of North American colonies to 1877 Reconstruction era.
5. SW 100 – Introduction to Social Work
Introduction to the history and philosophy of the social work profession including the knowledge, values, ethics, roles and skills inherent in social work practice.
6. WL 294 – Field Experience
Continued improvement of language proficiency through experiential learning. Students participate in an immersive target-language environment at home or abroad.
7. DS 485 – Capstone
Students will develop a project in which they will develop and execute a research assignment related to ethnicity, gender, or diversity.
8. ECE 205 – Nutrition, Health and Safety
Focuses on nutrition, health and safety as a key factor for optimal growth and development of young children.
9. ART 176 – Photography: Expressive Composition
An introduction to observational seeing through photography. The class focuses on composition within the camera frame and selecting the photographs that most effectively convey the objectives of each experiment.
10. ANTH 100 – Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to the concepts by which anthropology understands particular lifestyles, and to the constructs by which it accounts for similarities and differences among lifestyles. This class could be taken as an online class as well.