Imagine studying at a gorgeous university in Northeastern Florida, with three different campuses to choose from! St. Johns River State College has beautiful campuses in Palatka, St. Augustine, and Orange Park. Despite the scenery, when it comes to classes, being a college student isn’t easy, especially if it’s your first year. You’re transitioning from high school into an entirely different lifestyle, and it’s often hard to adjust at first. Luckily, we’ve put together a list of the top ten easiest classes at St. Johns River State College to help you take some of the stress off your shoulders as you take the time you need to adjust to your new school in Florida. These courses are easy, fun, and have the best professors at St. Johns River State College, willing to help you with whatever you need.
This class involves learning the basic information about how to use a microcomputer, also known as a PC. Students learn about strategies and techniques for using programs and applications within Windows, Microsoft Office, etc. It is a great choice for students who want an easy class with a fun loving professor.
This class is for students who are must work on their algebra skills. Professors are said to be extremely nice and helpful. Professors give engaging lectures that make the material easy to understand, and the pop quizzes are very easy as long as students show their work.
This is a fun and interesting course that teaches students about how humans develop and the processes that need to occur in the brain for human learning. The class emphasizes how teachers can best teach their students. The students who have taken this class agree that the professors are kind and helpful, and although the tests are difficult, students are well prepared and can easily pass the class.
Here, students study and learn about the human body and its different functions. The class is part of a two sequence course that requires labs as well as lecture attendance. The professors are said to be nice and helpful, and quiz/test questions come straight from the powerpoints, practice tests, and study guides..
This course introduces students to the basic skills and knowledge necessary to understand how sociology plays a role in the educational experience. Students are required to meet the prerequisite of being admitted to the Educational Studies Bachelor’s Program. Students really enjoy this class and its professors, and highly recommend taking the class.
In this course, students learn about the basic skills and foundations to computer programming and the basic necessary skills that you need in order to go into this field. Students in the class must pass CGS 1060 with a “C” or higher before taking this class. The professors are said to be extremely helpful, going out of their way to help students fix their codes, as well as doing them on the board so that students can copy them down and get an A.
This course introduces students to different ways and strategies to use multimedia. Students will develop the necessary skills for creating and developing multimedia tools, using programs such as Adobe software products. Students who have taken this class agree that it is extremely easy, with minimal work to do outside of class despite having learned a great deal.
This course studies the science of society, teaching students the basics about human behavior within a group setting, and how that affects decisions, behavior, motivations, etc. Students who have taken this class report that there are several extra credit assignments offered, and the class can be taken online as well. Because of the extra credit, the class is an easy A.
This interesting class is a good course to take for students who want to go into the field of computer science and/or information technology. It teaches students about the basics of computer literacy, the internet, applications and programs necessary to know for the field, etc. The course is said to have minimal homework, with tests that are exactly like the study guides, making for an easy A.
This course is a great class for students who want to learn the basics and foundations about “business organization, management and ownership, wholesaling, retailing, advertising, international trade, employee training, compensation and labor relations, financing, risk and security markets, accounting and controls, business regulations, and taxes.” Apparently the class is easy to pass as long as you do the work.
Hopefully with this list of classes, first year students will be able to ease into college and get used to it while taking some fun and intriguing classes. For other students who have already been at St. Johns River State College for a year or more, these classes should provide a nice break and a contrast from the classes that students have found more difficult. Plus you could get a GPA boost! Whatever the case, we hope this list has helped you and provided some ideas for classes you might want to take in your years at St. Johns River State College!