i need some advice for transferring next year, here's the background info, so please bear with me:
i'm a freshman @ framingham state college right now, although i was supposed to be in Northeastern, but last minute i bailed out because i just couldn't make up my mind, so i applied to framingham and for 5 grand a year, im not complaining. i got a little screwed though, as far as my engineering major goes, because there is literally none here, even though it is listed as one of the majors. i don't even have a real advisor, so i'm pretty much on my own. and of course i commute. so i have been taking a regular course load here, which is apparently 4 courses. i applied late, and i didnt have time to move around, so i have regular classes chem1,calc1,Intro to IT, VB.NET programming. 4 classes! i also work in the IT department. next semester will be english, calc2, some other computer courses. this is a complete joke for me. my courses are not even remotely challenging, calc being the exception ( i actually have to study). first year im assuming just to take the base courses so that's what i did. i kno im missing out on all the intro engineering courses but o well, they will have to wait till next year. i dont know where to transfer, i don't really want to go back to northeastern bc its too expensive. but i am working hard right now im hoping to keep a good gpa and take every course i possibly can next semester. is it possible i could move up to a better school? i like boston, but i think BU would be a stretch, i could go to UMASS amherst but im not sure i want to go there. any ideas? i wil be getting my A+ certification before end of this year and i have a good resume all that, did a paid internship at EMC senior year HS.
Any advice will be really helpful for me. i would be happy to answer any more questions if you need more info.