Social Science/Humanities Elective

<p>I am an incoming freshman who is taking a social science/humanities elective in the fall and writing 20 in the spring. What particular ss/hum electives are the most worthwhile to take? Which ones are the easiest?</p>

<p>Also, which electives require the least amount of work?</p>

<p>I took a lower level english class (eng 51 I believe) and that wasn't too bad at all. 4 papers, a few books, just class discussion and whatnot. From someone who dislikes english very much, it actually still remains one of my favorite classes after 2 years at Duke too.</p>

<p>Are there any other easy A courses?</p>

<p>lower 100-level art histories are usually not too bad. I'd also look at anything that ends in "& Society"...those are usually classes designed for nonmajors so they basically require minimal work to get a good grade. Even as a Chemistry major I took PPS/Biology 48...Genetics and Society...probably studied 15 minutes for the final and got an A.</p>

<p>I have a few options for fulfilling my humanities/social science elective this fall.</p>

<p>Culanth 49S - First-year Seminar
Phil 42 - Intro to Philosophy
Psy 114 - Personality</p>

<p>Which one should I do? Any insights? Are there any other electives I should consider? Note: I have a pretty heavy workload as it is so please help me choose a class that does not require too much work.</p>

<p>what is the topic for culanth 49S and who is the teacher....i might be able to help with that one if you provide me with more info</p>