Wilfrid Laurier University

Picking out your university classes can be one of the most stressful things ever. You know what courses you need to take and what elective options you have but deciding on which class is best for you is the hardest thing. If you have some harder classes, you may be tempted to pick at least one bird course that can allow you to relax a bit. With that in mind, here are 10 classes at 10 of the Easiest Classes at Wilfrid Laurier University (WLU) that are easy just for you.

1. AN100 – Cultures Today

An introduction to the study of world cultures, focusing on the exploration of ethnographic case studies and the development of inter-cultural competencies through a problem-based approach, including participation in the Community Action Project developed by the Center for a Public Anthropology. This class is considered as an easy online course at WLU.

2. UU150 – Foundations for Community Engagement and Service

Introduction to core concepts, theories and competencies that serve as underpinnings for effective community engagement and service. Topics include ethical conduct, academic integrity, community service learning, civic engagement, career skills and professionalism. This course could be taken online and it’s considered one of the easier courses at WLU.

3. CP102 – Information Processing with Microcomputer Systems

An introduction to the concepts of microcomputer hardware and software applications in a hands-on environment. Topics include the history of technological innovation in microcomputer systems, design and operation, input/output devices, storage media and techniques, communications, operating systems, word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, database management and system utilities.

4. PP110 – Values and Society

An introductory course that critically analyzes philosophical problems implicit in our moral, political and social attitudes, with a view to assisting the student in formulating reasonable responses to a diversity of current issues. 

5. RE103 – Love and Its Myths

An enquiry into the mythologies of relationship which inform today’s attitudes towards loving. Recurrent themes in the course are marriage, sexuality, attraction, friendship, fellowship and fidelity.

6. PS101 – Introduction to Psychology I

Methods for understanding human and animal behaviour are introduced. This course introduces psychology and its history, and shows how the different areas of psychology are integrated.

7. HI129 – Art from the Renaissance to the Present

The history of Western art (painting, sculpture, architecture, and decorative art) from the 15th century to the present. Included are the arts of the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Romantic, Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary periods. This class is an easy online course as well and it’s recommended to take it online.

8. NO105 – Billionaires, Beavers, & Banditos

This course combines online and in-class learning to examine issues and ideas important to understanding how North America and its constituent countries (Canada, the United States and Mexico) are understood. 

9. SP100 – Introduction to Spanish

An introduction to the phonological system of the language, for students with little or no knowledge of Spanish. Emphasis will be placed on basic grammar, practical vocabulary and development of verbal and written communication skills.

10. CP102 – Information Processing with Microcomputer Systems

An introduction to the concepts of microcomputer hardware and software applications in a hands-on environment. Topics include the history of technological innovation in microcomputer systems, design and operation, input/output devices, storage media and techniques, communications, operating systems, word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, database management and system utilities.

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