<p>Let me explain my situation (I'll try to keep it short).</p>
<p>It was the first day of spring classes for me at my CC. I was interested in taking an intro to ceramics class, but I am not anymore because of the following:</p>
<p>He admitted that if he smiles he thinks you're an idiot and will constantly encourage you to drop during the semester.
He rarely gives out a B or better.
He made us go through a 26 page syllabus today and a part of it was watching a 45 minute video on him poorly reading the 85 rules he has in his class.
He encourages other students to tell the other students to drop.
He is short-tempered and cusses a lot, even on the first day he started snapping at students.
He showed us the quality of work he expects out of us after 2 weeks and there is no way I could do that kind of work after two weeks, even though this is an intro course. He told us in plain words that he will give us a D or F if we don't meet his expectations, which he told us are incredibly high. I can see that for an advanced ceramics class, but I just want to learn friggin basic ceramics here and was intending to have this class be my stress reducer.</p>
<p>So, I was thinking about dropping the class after the first day and am wondering how this would affect my admissions. What department or whatever should I call to find out if this would damage my chances? I applied to CSUN, CSU Fresno, and Cal Poly Pomona.</p>
<p>I am a math major doing these courses other than ceramics:</p>
<p>General Physics II: Part of major prep
General Chemistry: II Part of major prep
Communications: 101 Must take to transfer
English 102: Must take to transfer</p>