College elective classes?

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I'm currently in a transfer program at my local college. I have a few choices on what electives to take for my engineering degree, and I'm looking towards mechanical engineering (I'm fairly sure it will be mechanical but it's possibly I may go for electrical in the future). I was wondering which of these classes would benefit me the most?

9-12 credits from the following:

Programming in C for Engineering ... 3 credits
Statics ..................................... 3 credits
Mechanics of Materials ................ 3 credits
Thermodynamics ........................ 3 credits
Dynamics .................................. 3 credits
Circuit Theory ............................ 4 credits
Digital Logic Design ..................... 4 credits
General Physics 3 ....................... 3 credits
 

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All of the classes you have listed (except for digital logic maybe) are absolutely required for an ME curriculum. So take your pick...
 
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I have touched on all those topics during my time at University. Apart from programming in C (which I believe I will touch upon during my final year as I'm going into robotics.
 
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Personally I would take statics because it provides the fundamental basics for many of the upper level ME classes.
 

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