Ask around before you choose your professor! It's either hit our miss at Navarro. You could end up with a professor that challenges and helps you and went to Baylor and Oxford, or you could end up with an absent-minded professor who should have retired 20 years ago and who puts his entire class to sleep. I have had both at Navarro.
When registering for classes, it is important to make sure that the classes you want to take will transfer to your school of choice, especially if you want to transfer to a better school or out of state. The counselors do not always know what they are talking about, so make sure you see at least two or get a second opinion and do your research.
If you want to transfer to a good school, I highly recommend applying to be in the American Honors program there. Your courses will be challenging, your professors will be the best there, you'll be surrounded by students who really care about academics, and you will be able to talk to academic advisors who actually knows what they're talking about and will help you a lot in your transfer process.