I am so burned out, I am behind on reading again. lol We are so close, though!
British Lit did have a couple of timed essays. However, the essays were easy and the time was very generous. British Lit was a bit more time consuming than I thought it would be, but I rather enjoyed it. I am partial to literature classes and would take them all if they would let me (and if I could afford it). I have heard American Lit is a little more manageable (and that you read A Thousand Splendid Suns, which is one of my favorite books, ever).
Regarding the electives...are you working currently? If so, take Cooperative Work Experience. It was insanely easy. I have heard Legacy is brutal. Med Term was pretty awful. The material wasn't hard, but the timed tests were terrible. You get 30 minutes to answer 50 questions, can't go back to change answers, and the tests are only open for a 24 hour window. I hated that class. I would ask your advisor if you can take both work experience classes if you need two electives.
I live in California but I am going to Texas for graduation next week. My aunt lives in Dallas so it will be a combined trip of visiting her and attending commencement. I have never participated in a commencement ceremony (graduated high school early through independent study because I was knocked up) so I am really excited about it. Also, I am the first on my mother's side of the family to obtain a degree higher than an associates. Only two people on my father's side have obtained a Bachelor's degree. I will be the third.