Transferring as a Junior--is it doable?

<p>I'm currently a sophomore at a large state school, looking to transfer, and I am very interested in Manhattan College. The only problem is that Manhattan seems to have a very large core curriculum with lots of classes, and if I were to transfer, I don't know if I could finish it all and my major requirements in 2 years. I will be coming in with lots of credits from my university, as well as AP credits, but I don't know how many of those will transfer over or if they even count towards core credit. I know there must be some junior transfer students there, but it kinda seems impossible to do without going an extra year or so, which is probably not an option for me financially (depending on my FA). </p>

<p>I can't get a clear answer from the website about which APs count for what, so here's what I took:
AP US History - 5
AP Psychology - 5
AP French Language and Culture - 4
AP Biology - 4
AP Chemistry - 3</p>

<p>So far in college I've taken: Human Development (101), Precalculus, Intro to Computer Science, Cultural Anthropology, Org. Chemistry, Intro to Human Nutrition, Honors English Composition, Honors American Literature, Intro to Microeconomics, Public Speaking, and Intro to Mass Comm. (and others that are specific to my university) I know it's hard to say for sure but do any of these sound like they could carry over. I would major in Communications (advertising concentration) if I went to Manhattan College.</p>

<p>So, is transferring as a junior doable, and if so, is it worth the trouble? Or should I rush and get an app in for spring 2015 since there's no deadline? I really like Manhattan college but the core is preventing me from making a decision.</p>

<p>The transfer admissions team is excellent. Have you spoken with Troy? I suggest you bring your file and talk to him. You’ll receive specific answers. Good luck!</p>