Another one of those "Should I transfer" questions Hi everybody, I am currently enrolled in my third year at Ryerson University's medical physics program and due to some unfortunate set backs my plan on graduating on time are gone in smoke. These set backs were caused by failing one course and dropping another in my previous year which then came to haunt me during my third year course selection. Since I do not have these crucial credits, I cannot enroll in certain courses (such as nuclear physics/radiation protection) within my third year, which will ultimately delay my graduation. I have spoken to my department in the previous year (after dropping/failing) multiple times to figure out a solution so that I can catch up resulting with no solution in the end. I would also like to note that these two courses that I am missing are only offered during the fall term and no other time. Now entering the new year I tried negotiating with the department to allow me to retake the courses that I need and take the respective third year courses (i.e. nuclear physics/radiation protection). Due to multiple course conflicts, this has become extremely difficult. With all this negative feedback, I have somewhat begun to analyze the benefits of continuing at the university I am currently enrolled in and comparing it to what other universities have to offer in order to get the most out of my education. I have done some research and found that other universities within my area (Toronto, Canada) have better structured physics programs that contain courses that will benefit me if in the case I do decide to pursue graduate school. At this point, I don't mind which path I take, I really don't mind staying for an extra year at the university I am enrolled in, but what really worries me is that will I regret my decision of staying knowing that there is a better university that suits my needs. I am also aware that if I were to switch, I would basically be starting from the beginning. So, what I am basically asking is if you were in my position, would you stick it out or would you transfer and start all over. Also, as another side note that complicated things to another extent, I enrolled in my program in the school year of 2009/2010 and during that calendar year, the course description database did not list these two courses that I am missing as a requirement for my nuclear physics/radiation protection course, only first year physics was required at that time. Now entering the 2011/2012 school year, the calendar has changed to include the courses that I am missing as prerequisites for these courses. Should I try to appeal this fact and use this to my advantage to stay in the program that I am in? If you made it this far, thanks for reading. I really appreciate the time you have taken and any suggestions/comments you may have. (sorry for the length) Thanks.