Cannot decide what ELAC summer courses to take! help!

<p>Hi there, it's my first time here, so please treat me kindly! :)</p>

<p>So my problem is: I really want to make a good use of my summer this year by taking a course at ELAC for UC credits. However, I do not have any specific interests so far, so I don't have a course that I am especially interested in. I thought of taking a course that would fit into the General Education courses for UCs, but I heard that GE requirements vary for each UC and I do not know which UCs i plan to apply for yet. Therefore, I really don't know what to take. </p>

<p>Here's the ELAC summer course catalog: <a href="http://www.elac.edu/schedules/2011/summer/ELAC_Summer2011_Schedule.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.elac.edu/schedules/2011/summer/ELAC_Summer2011_Schedule.pdf&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>an English course is most definitely going to be required anywhere.</p>

<p>Concur; English is always a required subject somewhere down the line.</p>

<p>Oh i see, so.... something like English 101 would work? And how about history? i am not really fond of history so i would like to get it done as quick as possible. If so, what kind of history should i take? or does it not matter?</p>

<p>It really depends on the degree program you want to enter, but you might get an idea from [url=<a href="http://www.tiu.edu/college/history/secondaryedmajor%5Dthis%5B/url"&gt;http://www.tiu.edu/college/history/secondaryedmajor]this[/url&lt;/a&gt;] or [url=<a href="http://libarts.wsu.edu/history/academics/history-ed.asp%5Dthis%5B/url"&gt;http://libarts.wsu.edu/history/academics/history-ed.asp]this[/url&lt;/a&gt;].&lt;/p>

<p>what about earth science and biology? are those okay too? i realized that english requires an assessment test, and i'm kind of lazy to take it. xD If earth science and biology can be a general education credit, i'd take it instead of english. But if not, i wouldn't mind taking the assessment test for english though.</p>

<p>can someone please help me? i really need to know...</p>

<p>Honestly, do you think asking random people on an Internet forum is the best way to find out that kind of information? You should be calling the university about what classes count for what credits.</p>