I don't know if I'd go as far as to say we have a lot of popular classes on campus but I think what draws people to certain classes is the actual professors. The professors seem to make the classes so popular so it really all depends who's teaching what class at what time. I guess I'd say that the PES classes are really popular. These are physical education classes that you can take but unlike high-school PE, you can take dance classes, hiking, yoga, kick boxing, snowboarding, swimming, diving etc. Anything you can think of sports or athletic related is probably offered as a PES class. That's something that a lot of people can have tons of fun with while earning 1 credit.
The most popular classes are language and science classes. However, we offer a variety of liberal studies and core classes as well.
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