Every Emerson student knows the struggle. You’ve got the classes for your major figured out, but you just need those one or two pesky gen-ed classes to fill out your schedule and help complete your liberal arts education. If you’re like us, you want the easiest possible gen-eds, but ones that wouldn’t be a total bore either. We’ve got you covered with the best ones for second semester.
Aesthetic Perspective: Contemporary Weed and Other Drug Paraphernalia Design, When and When Not to Say “Current Aesthetic”
Ethics & Values Perspective: Designer Babies: Moral or Crucial?, The Morality of Youth in Asia
Historical Perspective: Tupac, Princess Diana, and How to Fake Your Own Death, The History of Edgar Allan Poe Statues
Interdisciplinary Perspective: The Rise, Fall, and Kind Of Rise Again of Prince, Marketing Jello In The Digital Age
Literary Perspective: Preternatural Homoerotic Poetry or Logical Fallacy?, Roller Coasters and the Search for Identity
Scientific Perspective: Ecology, Ophthalmology, and Ali G, Interplanetory Exploration & Human Sexuality
Social & Psychological Perspective: The Stanford Prison Experiment and Modern Romance, Intro to PSY
Global Diversity Perspective: Bollywood vs. Hollywood: Which is More Fun to Say?, Interhorticultural Communication
U.S. Diversity Perspective: Family Guy and the Male Gaze, History of Jazz Hands
Comedic Arts (BFA): Performing Improv Comedy, Evolution of Comedy I, Evolution of Comedy II, Modes of Comedy Production, Performing Sketch Comedy, Comedy Writers Room, Capstone in Comedy Writing, Performance, or Production
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