Alright, so I will be registering for classes at my community college here in a few days and I am having a hard time deciding on classes. I am hoping to major in mathematics or physics (leaning toward pure math) and I hope to transfer to UC Berkeley (I have a 3.7 first semester) Some of the options I have for classes next semester for my GE class other than German are: Micro Economics (taking Macro right now, I like it a bit) Art History renaissance (taking the pre history one right now and enjoy it a bit.) INTRO TO LOGIC---This class is in the philosophy department and does not seem to be math based but would this help me with transitioning into higher mathematics and proof courses??? Here is the class description: PHIL 208 - Intro To Logic Presents a study of language and its functions, definitions, informal fallacies, inductive reasoning, and concepts and techniques of logic. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 156. Transfer: CSU; UC. (Formerly PHIL8) If anyone could please help me decide. I am going to be in pre calculus next semester (taking trigonometry right now) and I hope that this class could give me some sort of insight into mathematics.