Boring classes can ruin a person’s semester. Everyone has heard of, and takes the normal classes like math, science, and history which eventually get to be a drag. Although SJU offers these and many more normal courses, SJU also offers pretty unique classes that many people haven’t heard of.
MTF 142 HISTORY OF ROCK AND POP
How has music evolved from the past? Well, SJU has a class for that. This class in the music, theatre, and film major is designed to teach students how rock and pop became the music it is today. They look at specific genres of music including pop, rock, soul, funk, and even heavy metal. If you have a love for music, you might want to give this class a try.
HIS 383 FOOD IN AMERICAN HISTORY
There isn’t a lot to say about this class, except for the fact that it involves food. Food is something people of all backgrounds can share a love for. This class explores how food has shaped American culture and society.
SOC 274 SPORTS IN SOCIETY
A majority of Americans have participated in some sport, or enjoy watching sports in their freetime. Sports can bring everyone together. This class goes into the details of the purpose of sports, players, and how sports affect our society.
CSC 343 INTERACTIVE 3D GAME DEVELOPMENT
Video Games have become a staple in American society today. Some Fortnite extremists spend hours a day playing video games, and develop serious addictions to them. This class is designed to teach students how to make their own video game. The students learn to create settings, characters, and other parts of a video game. https://www.epicgames.com/fortnite/
CLA 303 POMPEII & HERCULANEUM
Many people have always been interested in the story of the town Pompeii, especially after the release of the 2014 movie Pompeii. This class analyzes the Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum. Students will learn about the stories of each town, the people living there, and their culture. http://www.pompeionline.net/pompeii/
SJU definitely has classes for everybody. There are hundreds of other interesting classes you can search on the SJU course catalog. https://sites.sju.edu/catalog/