<p>I will be heading to a four year university in the fall. However, I plan on transferring after my first year. I would like to have at least thirty credits so that my high school grades will not be taken into account. However, I DO NOT want to swamp myself with work. I would like to maintain a decent GPA and focus on my classes as well as extracurriculars. </p>
<p>a) Is it too late to enroll in summer classes at a community college?
b) Honestly, what is a feasible amount of credits to obtain over summer? Is fourteen a bit extreme? Please be honest. I don't want to take math courses, because I feel like they will be rushed and I actually WANT to learn.
i. I would like to take to take a course in Spanish. I have been taking Spanish since elementary school and I am not that bad at it.
ii. I would like to take a course in Public Speaking. </p>
<p>I am a Journalism major, so are there any other classes that you all can recommend. And are there any community colleges in Georgia, preferably Atlanta, that you all can recommend?</p>
<p>Thanks in advance! =)</p>