SUNY Cortland offers over 100s of different classes. Some of them are easier than others. In order to help you boost your grades and GPA, we have compiled a list of 10 of the easiest classes at SUNY Cortland.
1. COR 101 – The Cortland Experience: A First Year Seminar
A seminar designed to facilitate the intellectual and social integration of first-time college students into the academic community at SUNY Cortland
2. AED 533 – Introduction to Middle Childhood Education
Content and methods for integration of curricula for language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science in grades 5-8. Development of interdisciplinary models and assessments aligned with New York State Learning Standards for each of the disciplines and implemented through thematic team teaching and collaborative student projects, appropriate for the intermediate level.
3. AAS 215 – Sports and Music
Explores the meaning and role of sport and music in human endeavor and culture and how these intersect. Included is music associated with the Olympics, as nationalist testimony through national anthems, half-time shows, “popularism” in music and sport, music and the representation of team identity, sports music as militaristic displacement, and music in sports films.
4. INT 200 – Leadership for Social Change
Introduction to the theories and practices of the Servant Leadership Model (SLM) and the Social Change Model (SCM) of Leadership. Focus on leadership models and activities that promote change in campus organizations and/or the college community.
5. REC 330 – Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation
History and philosophical development of therapeutic recreation. Examination of the needs, characteristics, abilities of people with disabilities; role of therapeutic recreation in enhancing quality of life.
6. REC 101 – Recreation Activities
Focus on gaining skills in a specified recreation activity. Activities vary and course is repeatable as activities/subtitles change.
7. DNC 129 – Special Topics in Dance
Selected topics. May be taken more than once as subtitle changes. Prerequisites: Designated by department as appropriate for content and academic level of credit.
8. IST 161 – Introduction to the Model UN
Introduction to structure and process of United Nations, simulation of general assembly activities, including development of resolution, treaty and position papers; enhancement of discussion and debate skills and public presentation. May be repeated for a maximum of four credit hours.
9. HLH 111 – International Health and Culture
The course provides a cross-cultural analysis of the current global health situation through comparison of factors that affect the well-being of peoples of the world, as well as actions that are being taken and can be taken to improve world health. A major focus of the course involves comparing and contrasting health problems and approaches to health improvement in various cultures and countries.
10. CAP 100 – Introduction to Computer Applications
Computer applications for various academic disciplines. Topics include: application software, operating systems, computer networks, the Internet, databases, software development and computer hardware.