As usual I had no trouble choosing courses for the main trimesters of the year. But the summer one is a dearth of interesting things. I don't want my degree to drag on forever, and the summer trimester is valuable in that it lets me fill in those gaps. This year I'm doing basic Economics.
Next year, I'm doing two 300-level papers, one SPOL, one CRIM. Over summer I'm doing 200-level Writing for Business *vomit* since it's about the only thing left on there that's interesting.
That will leave me with 43 points left to finish my degree. That's two 20-point courses - and three points.
This happened because I took 100-level economics, which is only worth 15 points because it's not in Humanities. I didn't notice this at the time, and now I feel like an idiot because it's going to take another two full years to finish my degree.