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    Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    With three semesters to go, and taking care of the majority of my requirements, I've got a few elective credits to throw in there (roughly 12 over the next three semesters to be exact).

    So what's the easiest class you ever took at Iowa State? Preferably 2-3 credits each.


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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    U.S. Religions with Eric Northway. Easy, but really interesting and he was a great professor.



    .......though upon further research it appears that as of January, he is now teaching in Idaho.


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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    American Indians with Jen Coppic. You just have to go to class. Also everyone else who has taken the class would agree she is quite attractive.



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    DON'T TAKE THEATER 106 or 101 or whatever it is called.She knows it is a blow off class for most people and grades like a ****


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    HDFS 276, the class where you talk about sex.

    Will never forget the day I walked into class late and the class was watching an adult movie.


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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    Quote Originally Posted by cowgirl836 View Post
    U.S. Religions with Eric Northway. Easy, but really interesting and he was a great professor.



    .......though upon further research it appears that as of January, he is now teaching in Idaho.
    What? Northway left? He was one of the most badass teachers I had at ISU and he was teaching Religion! A big loss for ISU IMHO.

    To answer the OPs question Religion 210, Religion 205, and Theater 106 are all very easy. They aren't just sit through class and collect an A classes but if you put in decent work you'll get an A.


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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    Geography. Took it my last semester. Went to class the first day and test days. B+.



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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    American Indian Studies 300 or 301 or something with Cecil Whitehat. I was one of a few people in there that weren't on the football or volleyball team. Man that class was a piece of cake. You basically sit back and listen to stories from the professor about his visions during sweat lodge sessions, and watch a lot of documentaries.


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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    I'm looking for a class with no projects and easy multiple choice tests. Any suggestions?



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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    Quote Originally Posted by Daserop View Post
    HDFS 276, the class where you talk about sex.

    Will never forget the day I walked into class late and the class was watching an adult movie.
    Is there a certain professor in particular to try to sign up for? The American Indians study one sounds pretty easy too. All depends on what sections are taken up before I register. I'm trying to work it out to get Friday off. Convenient for mug nights.


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    Re: Easiest Class/Elective You Ever Took

    All Psych classes. I guess 101 was the easiest, but the other 3 I took (I had to take electives in one course of study) were easy too.



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