Taking a break from some of your harder classes in college is much needed, especially if you are one of the ones to stress out over them. Luckily, there are a few classes that are designed to keep and grab your attention. These are known as the cooler course. Below we have compiled a list of some of the top coolest courses at Purdue University!
Let’s take a look into the philosophical and methodological principles in African-American studies. This class is designed to grasp your attention. Students will learn more about the psychology, politics, education, social organizations, and art behind African-American culture and history.
Have you ever heard of Hercules or his dad? What about other Greek gods and goddesses. Students will learn, read, and discuss Greek epics. This includes learning about passages from Homer and Hesiod that will take you to another dimension.
This class is designed to give students an introduction into the principles of jazz dance and technique. Students will learn about jazz from various approaches. This includes learning more about basic locomotion, body alignment, isolation, and rhythmic patterns.
This class will give students an introduction into the study and practice of performance of dance. Students will learn about dance techniques for the concert level and main-stage dancing. Students will also learn more about the different styles of dance as well.
This class is designed to take you into another galaxy. Students should expect to learn more about stars and the galaxies. Students will also learn more about white dwarfs, neutron stars, dark matter, clusters, properties of black holes, and the evolution of space.
This class will give students an introduction into basic physics and math related topics that relate to the universe. Students will learn about the importance of these topics when it comes to being a scientists or engineer as they put their own skills to the test to navigate through space and time.
This class is designed to give students an introduction into the studies of the LGBTQ Community. This includes learning more about about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer lives. Students will also learn about the various theories related to sexuality.
Are you a writer? This class will introduce you to the enriching and varied texts that black women have written throughout history. Students will learn more about cultural, gender, historical, background of their writing and throughout history.
This class will discuss the behavior and context of some of our closest relatives known to mankind, the apes. Students will learn about early apes and how they relate to humans physically and mentally. Students will also learn about cross-cultural topics and research.
This class is designed to take you back in time! Students who take this class will learn more about the Medieval World. This includes learning about Europe and how it develops, the lives of men, women, and children, social status, students, witches, and teachers.