10 of the Easiest Courses at CCC

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Camden County College, also known as CCC, is a two-year and public community college that is located in New Jersey, specifically Camden County. This school has four locations, but its primary campus is located in Blackwood. This college is relatively new, as it was founded in 1967.

1. ANT 101 – General Anthropology

This course is an introduction to the four subdivisions of anthropology. And, through this introduction, students will study the evolution of humankind, its achievements, and our capacity for, language and individualized culture.

This image is a simplification of what is learned in anthropology.

2. ART 101 – Art Appreciation

The aim of this introductory course is to provide interested students with the critical abilities to appreciate art, its production, function, and aesthetic value. Through hands-on activities and lectures, students will develop an understanding of the visual language artists employ and the variety of mediums they use.

This image is of a young woman appreciating beautiful art.

3. ASC 107 – Calculations for Veterinary Technicians

This course is only one credit hour, so it is easier for students than many other courses. Further, this course is lecture style. It will provide veterinary technology students experience in algebraic skills, dosage calculations, concentrations, fluid therapy, and measurements.

This is an image of a calculator that students will probably use in this course.

4. ASL 101 – American Sign Language I

This course provides an introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) as used in the deaf community. There will be a general discussion of ASL structure and an introduction to a variety of manual communication systems and philosophies. Furthermore, this course requires at least contact hours with people who are deaf.

This image captures the letters, numbers, and their corresponding symbols used in American Sign Language.

5. ASL 103 – Fingerspelling

This course is designed to enhance students’ understanding and use of finger-spelling with American Sign Language. This course emphasizes both expressive and receptive skills. This course will be taught in American Sign Language and has the secondary objective of enhancing general signing skills, which is why it should be taken after American Sign Language I.

This image demonstrates some of the specific symbols used in fingerspelling.

6. PSY 112 – Psychology of Women

This course presents students with a deep look at the current research being done on the nature and origins of women’s experience and behavior, the meaning of sexuality, performance and achievement differences between men and women, and the special problems that accompany aging.

This image is a humorous representation of what is learned in this course.

7. SOC 101 – Introduction to Sociology

This course is designed to help students understand and think about the behavior of people in groups. An emphasis is placed specifically on mastery of fundamental sociological concepts. The course may consider newer sociological developments, social organization, social classes, and social change.

This image represents all parts of the discipline of sociology.

8. SPE 001 – Speech Interaction

This course is not only easy, but it is also useful for students, as it is designed to introduce and provide practice in the social graces. Moreover, students will learn and practice appropriate verbal and non-verbal expression.

This image is of a speech bubble, as communication comes in handy in this course.

9. THE 121 – Theater Appreciation

This course aims to help students develop a personal understanding and appreciation of theatre as an art form. During the course students will examine the actor, the playwright, the designers and technicians, the director. To make this course even more interesting, students will also attend live theatre productions.

This image is of seats in a wonderful theater--perfect for watching a show.

10. SPA 101 – Elementary Spanish

This course is intended for students beginning the language or for those who have received a grade below C in two years of high school Spanish. Further, it provides the student with basic working information of the language in order to better interact and communicate with others, while simultaneously gaining a greater understanding of the different Hispanic cultures.

This is an image that captures both the Spanish language and culture.

Ultimately, Camden County College gives students so many opportunities to make so many different and unique classes, some of which are easy to not only pass, but also to thrive in! Students adore going to school here, and with the above list of courses, it is not hard to see why.

Author: Kyra Swartz

I am in sophomore year and I am a double major in Early Childhood Education and English with a concentration in Creative Writing!

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