Well from what I understand when a student transfers from community college to a university they start with a fresh GPA. Its kind of worrying me that by the time I transfer I will have all of my general eds out of the way and will have only engineering courses every semester till graduation. Im just worried that this will ruin my chances of getting a job if my gpa is trashed by senior year. I would prefer to balance my course load like a normal student and take two or three hard classes with two easy humanities classes but it doesn't look like I will be able to. My question is should I wait to take english, government and speech until I get to the university and focus exclusively on mastering science and math courses in CC or should I take the standard route and take all my general eds at CC and the engineering courses my degree will require at the university. I guess this might seem like a silly question but I would like to hear what other transfer students experiences were like. Thanks.