Some courses have many different selections in terms of scheduling, but many electives are only offered in one time slot. Most, if not all, of the courses are transferrable to Washington universities. I was able to schedule 15 credits with only 4 hours of class on my longest days (2 days a week), 3 hours one day, and 2 hours the other two days - leaving plenty of time to continue working. However, the expected amount of work to be done outside of class is unreasonable, in my opinion, considering the number of students who are continuing to work while going to school (community college demographics) and is not flexible. It can be difficult for even an otherwise excellent student to stay on top of all the assignments depending on your course load and work schedule.