I work full-time, so evening or online classes are all I can do. I need to take calculus from the community college I've been attending, but it is not offered in the evening. In fact, none of the local colleges or universities offer it in the evening, so I must do it online. So I go to register for it, but notice that there are two offerings - Calculus I for 4 credits, and Calculus with Analytic Geometry I for 5 credits. The 4 credit course is the one that is part of their transfer core. I'm studying for an Engineering Physics degree, which will be completed somewhere else (don't know where yet, and that is another frustration). I have printed out the degree requirements from numerous schools (to stay on track with course selection), and some of them say w/analytic geometry. I also have a concern that these credits may not transfer, as I will be relocating to a different accreditation region before I finish. My gut tells me that a transcript that says Calculus I for four credits will be fine, and I shouldn't worry. Thoughts?