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Old 06-14-2018 at 01:41 PM   #1
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Might be a stupid question, but im in life sci first year and looking for easy electives. can courses on the science 1 course list also be counted as electives (we have to take 3 courses from it anyways but lets say i take 4, will one count as an elective?) bc i was thinking of taking science 1a03.
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First year economics is an easy 12, everyone here has said so.

With that in mind, understand that if you're taking easy electives then you're going to be unemployable when you graduate. You need electives that lead to gaining skills that make you useful to employers.
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I took Religion 1B03, it was the easiest course I've ever taken. No midterms or exams. Just four easy assignments, the first one is just citing 10 sources properly and you get 100%.

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