- 1 What is the easiest elective at ASU?
- 2 What are the 3 Awareness areas that are required to be fulfilled before you can graduate ASU?
- 3 What is considered an upper division elective ASU?
- 4 Is ASU easy?
- 5 What programs is ASU known for?
- 6 Can you get a second bachelors at ASU?
- 7 What classes are required at ASU?
- 8 What is considered upper division?
- 9 Is 300 level upper division?
- 10 What is a corequisite ASU?
What is the easiest elective at ASU?
10 of the Easiest Classes at ASU
- EEE 120 Digital Design Fundamentals.
- POS 150 – Comparative Government.
- MUS 354 – Topic: Classic Rock: 1950-1975.
- ABS 360 – Southwest Home Gardening.
- REL 321 – Religion in America.
- SOC 101 – Introductory Sociology.
- TDM 458 – International Tourism.
- IEE 320 – Extreme Excel.
What are the 3 Awareness areas that are required to be fulfilled before you can graduate ASU?
Three awareness areas (General Studies)
- Cultural Diversity in the United States (C)
- Global Awareness (G)
- Historical Awareness (H)
What is considered an upper division elective ASU?
An upper division elective is ANY upper division course that you take to help reach your required total of upper division hours but that does not fulfill any other specific degree requirements.
Is ASU easy?
How hard is it to get into ASU and can I get accepted? Last year, 29,562 out of 34,188 applicants were admitted making Arizona State University an easy school to get into with a very good chance of acceptance assuming you meet the requirements.
What programs is ASU known for?
The most popular majors at Arizona State University include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services; Engineering; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Social Sciences; Health Professions and Related Programs; Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs; Psychology; Computer and Information
Can you get a second bachelors at ASU?
A student who has a baccalaureate degree from ASU and is pursuing a second baccalaureate degree at ASU (with a minimum of 30 hours of resident credit) is granted academic recognition on the second degree based on the semester hours earned subsequent to the posting of the first degree.
What classes are required at ASU?
To be admitted to ASU, you need the following coursework:
- 4 years math.
- 4 years English (non-ESL/ELL courses)
- 3 years lab sciences (1 year each from biology, chemistry, earth science, integrated sciences or physics)
- 2 years social sciences (including 1 year American history)
- 2 years same second language.
What is considered upper division?
Upper division courses are courses offered at the junior level or higher. Lower division courses are any course taken at a junior college or community college or courses offered at the freshman and sophomore level at a four-year college or university regardless of the title or content of the course.
Is 300 level upper division?
300-399: Upper division courses, normally taken by junior and senior students, which do not give credit toward a master’s degree. Sophomore students may enroll in 300-level courses, but freshmen may not without special permission. 600-699: Courses limited to graduate students.
What is a corequisite ASU?
A course that must be taken while taking another course at the same time is a corequisite. An example might be a lab required to be taken with a lecture course. Corequisites are coded inside an Enrollment Requirement Group in PeopleSoft and attached at the course level.