Not to mention there are some insanely easy breadths that you can take - almost as if you weren't taking them at all. And even if you transfer into CoE, you'd still have to do the humanities requirements, of which there are 6, compared to the 7 in L&S. It's a one-class difference.
And no, in terms of getting a job, L&S CS is no less respectable than an EECS degree. I'm gonna agree with Leftist on this one - transferring because you don't like to take breadth courses is dumb.