I'm hoping the userbase here doesn't mind if I do a little crowd-sourcing.
I'm curious to find out about popular general-interest mathematics or statistics classes that are offered universities that you know about. By popular I mean crowd pleasing, in that these courses are suitable to large audiences, the course is aimed at the student that wants to know a little bit about the subject -- but they don't want to take a foundational course, or a course on proofs. This course isn't intended for majors in any particular subject, more for students that just want to dabble in some ideas but not "dive in" -- so there would likely be little homework of much intensity (by a math major's standards, at least).
Physics or astronomy departments sometimes have courses with titles like "astrophysics for poets". I'm curious about math offerings you might know of that are of that flavour. I'm particularly interested in course-catalogue listings and course webpages, if possible. I'm not interested in one-off type courses -- I want courses that have been repeated with success, and preferrably having more than one instructor that has been able to offer it with success (sorry if this is getting demanding). I'm not very interested in upper-level courses (like a fractals or dynamics course that assume students know a fair bit of calculus). I wonder if many people have been able to turn topics like gambing or knot theory into accessible "no background required" offerings or not.