<p>how easy is it to switch/transfer from one school to the other</p>
<p>very very difficult</p>
<p>and you probably don't wanna do it unless you really have to, because if you transfer from SEAS to CC in your sophomore year or something you still have to finish the entire core in your 3 or so years.</p>
<p>thanks, well i have another question...
how demanding would a courseload for say... a biomedical or like a chemical engineering going premed while finishing all the core classes...
good idea to go premed as an engineering student?</p>
<p>So far, I would say that the workload for SEAS has been much lighter than that for CC. Literature Humanities and University Writing take an enormous amount of time because of the daily reading and writing. On the other hand, the SEAS workload consists mostly of problem sets and projects, which means less day to day work. It is safe to say that my SEAS friends are having much much more free time than my fellow CC peers.</p>
<p>I have a friend who is doing biomedical engineering. He's having the typical SEAS workload except that he has to attend weekly biomedical presentations, and write a weekly 700 word paper based on the presentation. That's the only "extra" thing he's getting so far.</p>
<p>Sorry, what does SEAS stand for?</p>
<p>School of Engineering and Applied Science</p>
<p>While the workload in the first year is very VERY light, it quickly intensifies and surpasses the workload at CC by far. Especially in the 3rd and 4th years.</p>
<p>You really don't want to be an engineering premed. It's very difficult to do.
But, if you truly love the subject, chances are you will excel... even if it's hard. Then go with it.</p>