You’d take freshman composition, a math for non science majors course (applied statistics for instance) OR a science for non science majors course, a social science course (such as cultural anthropology, human geography, economics, political science…), a humanities or art class, sometimes a foreign language class, sometimes a freshman “learn about college” seminar*. Look at Rate my professor and make sure to have at least two smaller classes (25 or fewer) in order to make the transition easier.
*it’s the only course in college where, if you do what you’re told, you get an A. Many freshmen make fun of the classes -many things will seem obvious but remember they’re not obvious to all, or they wouldnt have been included, so someone needs that lesson or chapter. Among kids who make fun of the class, many will have wasted an easy A- resist that temptation, count yourself lucky that some of the course content seems obvious, and dont waste the easy A.