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are these classes good if i want to transfer?

hokie10hokie10 Registered User Posts: 48 Junior Member
edited July 2008 in Brown University
i plan on transferring to brown my sophomore year. this is what the first quarter of my freshman year looks like:

calculus 2
creative writing
20th century history
art history

is this challenging enough?
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Replies to: are these classes good if i want to transfer?

  • SungchulSungchul Registered User Posts: 1,498 Senior Member
    It looks like what most freshmen with GenEd requirements all over the country take. I don't see anything wrong with it.

    And I hate to hijack your thread, but how good is Brown about taking credits earned at other colleges? I took 2 classes (Poli Sci and Classics) at JHU and 2 (French) at my local CC.
  • modestmelodymodestmelody Registered User Posts: 4,654 Senior Member
    Sungchul, it primarily depends on the department and whether they'll except it for credit towards graduation. Each department is different about that kind of thing so it's hard to say. You probably won't have to retake the same course if it's a prerequisite but may not get graduation credit for that course.
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