I'm taking General Physics I (already taken and passed) and II at a CC this year (in other words, algebra based). The adviser told me that it would make no difference when transferring to a university. Now I'm not too sure. From my understanding, Gen Phys 1 is not much different than calculus based phys 1, but physics 2 can be rather different. Will it be a problem to NOT take university physics? After this next year at a State University, I plan on making one final transfer. So far, my schedule looks like this: Mechanics I - Vector formulation of kinematics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. Topics include Newton's laws, momentum, energy, moving coordinate systems, central force motion, and the harmonic oscillator. Irregular. General chemistry* 1- Average general chemistry class German 4 - I plan on finishing my degree in Vienna Calculus 3- Average Calc 3 class English composition 2*- A boring, useless English class that I'm stuck taking *Depending on university requirements in Europe (where I plan on finishing my degree- Vienna!), I may take a thermodynamics course instead of this.