UNC Charlotte 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 UNCC.
1. DANC 1108 – Yoga
Introduction and practice of yoga, especially as it relates to dance training. Students condition the body and mind through the physical and intellectual practice of yoga. Course content includes learning and executing corporeal postures, breath work, and mental focusing exercises. By the end of this course, students will have built upon their individual measures of strength, flexibility, and balance, as well as gained mental clarifying and stress-relieving techniques.
2. COMM 1107 – Introduction to Communication Contexts
A survey of the nature and practice of communication in interpersonal, small group, intercultural, organizational, public relations, and mass communication contexts.
3. THEA 1265 – Introduction to Stage Performance
Introduction to the basic principles and techniques of increasing vocal and physical awareness for the stage. In the vocal awareness segment, the concept of “freeing your voice” is explored. In the physical awareness section, the focus is primarily on neutral presence through elements of the Alexander technique, and through the basic principles of physical theatre from the point of view of the Lecoq training. The main goal is to “unlearn” vocal and physical bad habits and re-learn what it means to simply stand up in front of an audience and BE. Students learn and apply a set of analytical and problem-solving skills, oral communication proficiencies, and practice and collaboration.
4. ARTP 2131 – Painting I
Beginning painting studio, exploration of theory and practice, with a focus on traditional and contemporary methods and mediums in painting, ranging from oil paint to introduction of water-based, digital, and mixed-media approaches. Students are introduced to the work of culturally diverse painters and encouraged to develop unique expressive content of their own.
5. ANTH 1101 – Introduction to Anthropology
Biological and cultural evolution; archaeology; language and culture; comparative study of human social institutions such as kinship, subsistence patterns, religion, politics; methods and theories.
6. ESCI 1101 – Earth Sciences-Geography
Basic geographical principles and processes in physical geography and the earth sciences: geographic locational methods, earth-sun relationships, earth radiation balance, atmospheric temperature and pressure, interpretation and simple forecasting of weather from mapped data, interpretation of soil-moisture and evapo-transpiration balances, soil, climate systems, and biomes.
7. GEOG 1101 – World Regional Geography
A world regional study which emphasizes the distinctly human responses of people to various geographic situations throughout the world. The nature and development of cultural regions is studied.
8. EDUC 1000 – Introductory Topics in Education
May include classroom and/or clinical experiences related to schooling, teaching, learning, educational policy, and/or curriculum.
9. COMM 1101 – Public Speaking
For students who want to upgrade their oral communication skills. Opportunity to study theory and practice of public speaking. Special emphasis placed on constructing and delivering speeches.
10. FREN 1201 – Elementary French I
For students with limited or no previous experience in French. First course in a two-course sequence to develop competence in culture, speaking and writing, listening and reading comprehension in French.