Salisbury University 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 Salisbury University.
1. ANTH 102 – Biological Anthropology and Archaeology
Introduction to the study of human biological and cultural evolution from the earliest hominins to the present, with an emphasis on paleoanthropological and archaeological research.
2. ART 104 – Art Appreciation
Wide-ranging introduction to the visual arts that focuses primarily on the art and architecture of Western Civilization. Topics include art theory, visual perception, subject matter and content, art-making media and techniques, the creative process and the relation of art to its historical and cultural context.
3. ENGL 220 – Introduction to Film
Introduction to the art of film. Concepts of organization, structure, and editing techniques through viewing and discussing short films. Literary and dramatic influences in feature films.
4. PHIL 201 – History of Ideas
Provides an introduction to the history of some of the philosophical ideas that are fundamental to our understanding of humanity. Study select concepts, for example justice, liberty or the self, and trace how these concepts have developed over the course of time. Sources from Western and non-Western philosophical traditions may be used.
5. PSYC 101 – General Psychology
Survey of general principles underlying human behavior including study of the nervous system, perception, learning, emotion and personality. Experimental findings are applied to practical situations.
6. THEA 100 – Theatre Appreciation
Introduction to theatre as a unified art with emphasis upon the literary and social significance of theatre in our society.
7. ART 129 – Introduction to Digital Photography
Introductory-level course designed to explore fundamentals of composition using digital photography and related support technology. Stresses the application of the elements of design and principles of composition through traditional photographic assignments and is appropriate for non-art majors, art minors and art majors in all tracks except photography. Instruction includes use of a digital camera and basic image manipulation programs. Students must provide their own cameras.
8. HIST 451 – World War I
Study of the events that occurred during World War I, from the assassination of Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo to the peace of 1919. Emphasis on political developments, social and intellectual implications of the war, and its significance in shaping the 20th century.
9. ENGL 257 – Ethnic Literature of the US
In this introduction to Multiethnic Literatures of the US we will read contemporary literary works (late 20th and 21st centuries), paying careful attention to their cultural and historical contexts. Addressing questions of cultural identity, national identity, inclusion, alienation, social interaction, adaptation, and assimilation (or resistance to it).
10. HIST 103 – World in the Twentieth Century
This course surveys selective topics in world history during the twentieth century. It focuses on political, economic, social, cultural, and military trends as well as representative events and people that are particularly important to today’s world. The course covers much, but by no means all, of the globe. Special topics include the two world wars; Nazism and the Holocaust; the Cold War; decolonization; revolutionary change in Russia, China, and Iran; and the emergence of the Global South, especially the Middle East, India, and China.