From hard to easy classes, Montclair State University has some of the best and some very demanding. It becomes quite stressful if your whole schedule is filled with difficult classes. To help you boost your GPA, here is a list of 10 of the easiest classes at Montclair State University.
1. ANTH 130 – Cultures of South Asia
This course will provide a broad overview of society, culture, and history of South Asia. The goal is to convey the tremendous diversity of cultural expression and social plurality found in the region by focusing on specific events and concepts at scales varying from local to national, such as the emergence of nationalism, formation of nation states, and caste. The course will introduce students to an important region, home to one-fifth of the population of the world, and also help them understand contemporary political, economic, and environmental change in the subcontinent. Meets Gen Ed – Global Cultural Perspectives. Meets World Cultures Requirement. 3 hours lecture.
2. EAES 301 – Climatology
asic climate elements examined in terms of their influence on habitats and various aspects of human activities. The energy flux between atmosphere and biosphere affords a fundamental understanding of limitations in ecosystems development. Knowledge and climatic influences on health, clothing, human comfort, architecture, commerce and industry encourages the student to investigate new ways of living rationally within a climatic environment.
3. MUHS 106 – Diverse Worlds of Music
An introduction to the diverse nature of the music experience by examining various traditions from Africa, Asia, South America, Europe and North America. Develops listening skills and considers the role of performer and their audiences in multiple frameworks, including ritual, political and the world of entertainment. Meets Gen Ed – Fine and Performing Arts.
4. PHED 505 – Research Seminar in Science
This course is designed to afford opportunity for graduate students in science, supervisors, and science teachers: (1) to investigate research in science education; (2) to organize science experiences and science information with the teaching materials for the public schools. Each member of the group selects a project. This project must be presented to the science faculty and graduate students for evaluation.
5. READ 100 – College Learning and Thinking Skills
Course is designed to provide freshmen in the Program for Academic and Student Support with a learning environment in which to develop the cognitive and affective strengths needed for college success. The course offers opportunities to become inquisitive, competent, and confident learners.
6. WRIT 105 – College Writing I
A workshop course to develop thinking and writing abilities through frequent writing and digital composition assignments based on critical response to intellectually challenging questions. Emphasis is on the academic writing and composing process–drafting, revising, using peer and teacher critique, editing, and proofreading. Evaluation is partly based on a portfolio of revised work. Meets Gen Ed – Communication: Writing.
7. ENTR 201 – The Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation
This hands-on, highly interactive course is for all students interested in someday beginning or owning a business or enterprise, or just exploring how entrepreneurs think and innovate. Students pursuing any major or discipline will benefit from the lessons and real-life stories of guest entrepreneurs. Students will explore creative problem solving and, in teams, develop and test problem solutions using an “opportunity discovery canvas” approach. Teams will receive guidance and feedback from instructors, mentors, and guest speakers. This course may be taken as a stand-alone course or as the first of three courses leading to a Certificate in Entrepreneurship. Meets Gen Ed – Interdisciplinary Studies.
8. ENFL 208 – Introduction to the Film
The history and aesthetics of film from its beginning to the present, with special attention to the evolution of technique, influential art movements and national cinemas, pivotal directors and films. Meets Gen Ed – Fine and Performing Arts.
9. THTR 105 – Acting I
Basic introduction to acting; involving exploration of one’s self and experiencing inwardly; deepening the personal involvement and significance of actions; improvisation and exercises for perception, self-awareness and justification.
10. CRTH 151 – Creative Thinking
This course is an opportunity for students to access and harness the creative side of the brain. The course will be project-oriented and will include interactions with professional artists and thinkers who visit campus. The course encourages students to synthesize a theoretical and experiential approach to the creative process and pulls from a wide variety of disciplines, including the sciences, humanities, social sciences, and performing arts. Students will be required to attend 2-3 events outside of class time.