I just finished my sophomore year at USC and my BCPM GPA is ~3.5. I am considering transferring to Claremont McKenna College (a small liberal arts college which has a strong prelaw program and is one of the Claremont Colleges in California) because doing so will save me about $11,000 in the long run. I am not sure what to do because at Claremont McKenna most students are prelaw or business. I would have to take some classes that I find uninteresting, but my main concern is that my GPA might suffer. I have no idea of the difficulty of science classes at Claremont McKenna (which shares a science department with two other Claremont Colleges, Scripps and Pitzer). I consider USC science courses pretty difficult, but I have gotten accustomed to the school. I still have to take one semester of physics and after I apply next June, I am planning to take molecular biology and biochemistry. Any ideas what I should do? I've already thought about pros and cons and they seem to balance out.