There are a lot of courses to offer at Southern New Hampshire University. But, with a combination of your primary course workload, you wouldn’t want to get choked up. Here are 10 of the Easiest Courses in SNHU.
1. ENG 226 – Introduction to Creative Writing
This course is meant to acquaint students with the art of creative writing and craft issues like the point of view, voice, characterization, dialogue, setting, conflict, rhythm, imagery, poetic structure, and dramatic scene development.
2. HIS 102 – The Medieval World: Exploring the Past
Students will closely study a key episode or event in the Medieval period while learning how to handle both primary and secondary historical sources, evaluate historical evidence, and analyze historical arguments. If you are a big fan of medieval age history, you will certainly do well in this course!
3. COM 230 – Graphics and Layout in Print Media
This course will introduce students to the basic principles of graphic design, with Adobe Illustrator as a primary tool to explore designing with type, layout strategies, logo design, symbol and pictogram development and stationery systems.
4.PSY 108 – Introduction to Psychology
This course introduces students to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Students will learn the basics of how to evaluate research and explore various areas of specialization.
5. HIS 103 – The Early Modern Period: Exploring the Past
Students will closely study a key episode or event in the Early Modern period, while learning how to handle both primary and secondary historical sources, evaluate historical evidence, and analyze historical arguments.
6. BIO 210 – Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
This course is a discussion of the principles of mammalian form and function, including molecular and cellular mechanisms of major processes and the structure and function of the eleven organ systems of the human body
7. PHL 230 – Religions of the World
This course serves as an overview of the emergence of various belief systems, and their similarities and differences. Students will examine the role of religious belief over the course of human history. Special emphasis will be given to the five major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
8. SOC 112 – Introduction to Sociology
Students will explore questions like: is one’s identity individually or socially constructed? Are all stereotypes invalid or is there value to be found in generalizations? Students will grapple with these and other essential questions as they examine the world through the lens of a sociologist.
9. GEO 200 – World Geography
This course explores the implications of global location and topography for the people living in various places. Students will delve into how geography shapes the dynamics of human societies
10. ATH 111 – Cultural Anthropology
This course will cover the history of preliterate and literate societies while emphasizing social organization and cultural aspects. It is an introductory course in the Anthropology department, it should not be a challenge for you as students will learn the most basic knowledge of Cultural Anthropology in this course