University of Vermont offers many courses from easy to hard. Students often struggle to pick their classes when it comes to boosting their GPA. To make your life easier, here is a list of the easiest classes offered at UVM.
1. PEAC 018 – Rock Climbing
This is a fun course for students that likes physical activities. Basic climbing techniques and holds are taught. Additionally, students learn how to belay and become familiar with climbing etiquette and safety practices.
2. PEAC 047 – Scuba
The NAUI SCUBA Diver course is an entry-level certification course designed to give you the knowledge and skills needed for open water SCUBA Diving activities. Upon successful completion of this course, graduates are considered competent to engage in open water diving activities without supervision, provided the areas and activities approximate those of training.
3. ENGS 030 – Topics in Amer Lit & Culture
Subjects vary by semester. Representative topic: Reading the American Wilderness. The great thing about this course it that it could be repeated for credit with different content.
4. ENGS 053 – Intro to Creative Writing
Introductory course on techniques of writing poetry, short prose fiction, and creative nonfiction. Classes organized around discussion of student work; weekly writing assignments. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
5. BIOL 004 – The Human Body
For nonscience majors. Introduction to basic human anatomy and organ system physiology emphasizing normal homeostatic mechanisms and the changes that accompany common disorders and diseases.
6. SOC 001 – Introduction to Sociology
Fundamental principles and problems in the sociological analysis of the structure and dynamics of modern society.
7. MU 005 – Intro to Jazz History
Survey of jazz from its roots in ragtime and blues of the late nineteenth century to contemporary styles. May not be counted toward the Music major except for Music majors with a concentration in Technology and Business.
8. SOC 019 – Race Relations in the US
Analysis of racial prejudice, discrimination, and other dominant group practices directed toward Native, Asian-, and African-Americans and their social movements for integration, accommodation, and separatism. May not be taken for credit concurrently with, or following receipt of, credit for CRES 065.
9. HEBR 001 – Elementary
The spoken language of everyday use with oral, aural, and written practice in speaking, reading, and comprehension.
10. GEOG 195 – Intermediate Special Topics
This course could be different every year since the topics could change. However, you could take this as an online class. Based on majority of the students, it is usually a lot easier compared to other courses.
These recommendations are based on student’s experience and could change every year. Please do your own research before picking any of these courses!