UNC Chapel Hill Campus Fall

UNC Chapel Hill offers over 1000s of classes each year. Some courses are considered easier than others. Students usually look for easy classes or electives to boost their GPA each year. Here is a list of 10 easy classes to take at UNC Chapel Hill.

1. ENGL 142 – Film Analysis

This course offers an introduction to the technical, formal, and narrative elements of the cinema. Class Notes: Now in its second century, the cinema remains one of the most popular global art forms. Storytelling techniques first used a century ago, from close-ups to parallel editing, continue to be vital today. 

2. PSYC 101 – General Psychology

A survey of major principles of psychology and an introduction to scientific modes of thought about behavior. S

3. POLI 248 – Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice

The first goal of this super course is to give students real tools for how to address multiple modes of difference and identity formations like race, gender, class, and sexuality.

4. RELI 104 – Introduction to the New Testament

This course studies the New Testament from both a literary and a historical perspective, focusing on its origins in the land of Israel and moving into the eastern Mediterranean. 

5. ENGL 57 – First-Year Seminar

This class will investigate the forms and cultural functions of science fiction using films, books, and computer-based fictional spaces (Internet, video games, etc). Honors version available

6. SOCI 101 – Sociological Perspective

Introduction to sociology as a discipline that includes study of differences and equality, social structure and institutions, culture, social change, individuals and populations, and social psychology.

7. HIST 110 – Introduction to the Cultures and Histories of Native North America

An interdisciplinary introduction to Native American history and studies. The course uses history, literature, art, and cultural studies to study the Native American experience.

8. ASIA 150 – Asia: An Introduction

The course introduces Asia’s historical, cultural, and political diversity by examining some of the global forces that have shaped Asian societies (e.g., colonialism, orientalism, and neoliberalism).

9. CHIN 150 – Introduction to Chinese Civilization

A course designed to introduce students to the Chinese world of past and present. Chinese civilization is explored from a variety of perspectives: political, social, cultural, intellectual, and economic.

10. KOR 101 – Elementary Korean I

Introduction to the basics of modern Korean, including the pronunciation of spoken Korean, the writing system of Hangul, communication and reading skills in controlled contexts, and fundamentals of grammar.

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