- Latin 102, Beginning Latin II
- Politics 262, American Politics
- Music 716, Concert Band
- History 251, Federal Indian Policy
- Education 410, Student Teaching I
- INT 201, Statistics
- Politics 111, Politics
- History 154, Making of Modern America
- Art 325, Urban and Rural Architecture
- PE 101, Lifetime Physical Fitness and Activities
It's appropriate that the P.E. class ended up at the bottom of this list, because it was with that class that I completed all my graduation requirements. The classes I took during the second semester of my senior year were just classes I felt like taking, not classes I had to take. P.E. 101, incidentally, varies from term to term depending on who teaches it; the block I took it, the subject was racquetball. Let me tell you, it was really nice to spend three weeks doing nothing but playing racquetball (even though I wasn't very good at it; my depth perception stinks) after twelve weeks of student teaching.
This list was compiled in response to a request by brooding_soul.