Designed to ease your transition to college life, these small seminar-style classes cover a wide range of subjects and introduce you and your classmates to new ways of thinking.
An added bonus: your professor is also your academic advisor, offering advice on courses and extracurriculars before you choose a major.
Some First-Year Courses are residential, which means you’ll live near one another, usually on the same floor.
It helps you get to know your classmates outside of class.
Plus, group projects become easier when your classmates are just down the hall.
First-Year Course examples:
- Calculus I: The Calculus of Sustainability
- Intro to International Studies: Identities, Interests, and Community
- Living in the Age of Anthropocene: Earth in the Age of Humans
- Principles of Economics
- Tenors in Togas: Greek and Roman Myth in Opera
- US Campaigns and Elections: Race and Power
- Vampires: From Monsters to Superheroes