I am a current student at Sierra College in California. I have been working hard to achieve my AS in physics, however looking at the courses I have already taken I have a few questions. I plan on transferring to UC Santa Barbara, so after visiting Assist.org I have started taking the courses needed for the transfer. However, I have already taken far more Computer Science courses than physics due to the fact that when I started there were no prerequisites to take these courses and I was too lazy to take my Assessments opening up my Math courses which in turn opened up my Physics courses. Now having done that, my school requires 18+ credits in your major to qualify for an AA/AS. I have already completed more than that in CS courses. So here are my questions: 1) would it be more advisable to go with CS, or anything else for that matter, to achieve my AA/AS in then work on transferring and change my major later? 2) Generally speaking, how many more classes would one have to take after completing the courses from Assist.org's transfer required courses before qualifying for a BS/BA? I don't expect an exact answer as I expect all programs are different in requirements, but a rough estimation will help if possible. Assist: Sierra -> UCSB I appreciate any and all advice and support on this matter.