When the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences introduced new curriculum requirements last fall, the idea was to ensure that all students would graduate with certain skills, while also giving them more options when selecting courses. But despite recent additions to the requirements, the list of courses that satisfy the general requirements, called GPAC, still seem limited. For example, I am planning to take four semesters of French language, yet none of those courses will fulfill the oral communication requirement. Under the rules, the only language department courses which count toward this requirement are German, Italian and Spanish.
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If your stress management class makes you stressed out, then we have a problem. This class will most certainly help you manage your stress throughout your time in college. It makes everything easy to remember! This class is relatively easy since it covers the basics when it comes to concepts in nutrition.
I am sure we all know not to eat an entire cake right before we go to sleep. Similar to stress management, a yoga class should not add any more stress to your life. If you have an interest in art, this might be the easy class for you.
This class is for beginners. If you have ever taken a Hebrew class before, this class will be especially easy. But even if you have not, professors recognize how difficult it can be to first start learning a new language when you get to college.
They will be there to help. This class teaches you all about having a more positive mindset. You can apply everything that you learn to your own life.
Although getting the hang of rolling and developing film takes a while, the actual process of going and taking pictures is fun. It can end up as a great creative outlet. Similar to Principles of Coaching, this class is easy because you can apply everything you learn to your own self.
Taking this class will help you analyze any social situation. Find your school. Log in. Sign up. Becca Paul 12 Jan Every year students look for easy courses to take in oder to boost their GPA. If you are interested in what some easy courses are, you are at the perfect place!
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Professor Leon is easily one of the best professors at GW - smart, funny, and cares a lot about his students. Graded by a weekly discussion post, a few in class quizzes, and three tests - he also provided extra credit opportunities. If you put in the work you'll do well - no surprises. Kenneth Leon. Professor in the Sociology department at George Washington University. I'm Professor Leon Submit a Correction. Professor Leon's Top Tags.
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If your stress management class makes you stressed out, then we have a problem. This class will most certainly help you manage your stress throughout your time in college. It makes everything easy to remember! This class is relatively easy since it covers the basics when it comes to concepts in nutrition. I am sure we all know not to eat an entire cake right before we go to sleep. Similar to stress management, a yoga class should not add any more stress to your life.