students dancing, kayaking, hiking, and playing in Hawkeye Marching Band

Here you’ll find a list of available courses that earn elective credit. These courses might enhance or supplement your major and General Education courses by teaching you new skills, letting you continue to develop a hobby or interest, or helping you explore new opportunities.

BIOL 1808 Ways of Knowing Science
CCP 2004 Internships: Search, Secure, and Succeed
CSI 1100 College Transition Seminar
CSI 1213 Special Topics I (choose from Digital and Social Media for Personal Success, Strategic Communication, Entertainment, and Social Media Tools for Success, or Using Social Media Humor to Cope with Stress)
ENGL 2030 Literary Readings Attendance
FREN 1600 French & Francophone Cultural Activities
GRMN 1500 German Cultural Activities
HONR 1100 Honors Primetime (topics vary by section)
HPAS 1001 Alcohol and Your College Experience
HPAS 1005-1610 Health and Physical Activity Skills (many different options)
IS 2500 Working Internationally
LLS 1100 - 1660 Lifetime Leisure Skills
(Many different options, e.g. Camping, Canoeing, Team Building, Scuba, Kickboxing—see MyUI)
LS 2013 Strengths-Based Leadership
MILS 1095 Advanced Military Fitness Training
MUS 1010 Recital Attendance for Non-Majors
MUS 1020 Performance Instruction for Non-Majors
MUS 1165 Hawkeye Marching Band
MUS 1160 University Band
MUS 1176 Voxman Chorale (for students who sing in the soprano or alto range)
MUS 1180 Campus Symphony Orchestra
MUS 3162 All University Steel Band
MUS 3172 Camerata Singers
PSY 1010 Learning about Learning
RHET 1010 Writing for Academic Success
WRIT 1600 Fast Fixes: Improved Writing in 6 Weeks (must have Rhetoric completed)