I can't really make wonderful suggestions, considering that I don't know how you feel about each of these types of sciences. HOWEVER...
Since you dislike science, I picked the three courses I thought would be the most easy:
Intro to Geology (3 hrs) -- This seems easy because it is an introductory course, and as far as I know, geology is all about rocks and the earth, right? And it's only a one-semester class (I'm assuming), so I really can't see how this class would be insanely difficult or stressful for you. I mean, it's ROCKS. However, it may be boring...
Humans And The Environment (3 hrs) -- This seems easy because it seems like a basic class, and it also seems kind of interesting.
Human Biology (3 hrs) -- I say take this one, because it seems like basic human bio---you know, cells, viruses, body parts and functions. However, if you're terrible at this sort of thing...then take physics. I didn't initially suggest physics because physics is a LOT of applied math, and I'm not sure how good you are at that. If you are good, then take physics---otherwise, take bio. It seems pretty basic.
Bio Lab (1 hr) -- Again, this seems like a basic bio lab course. Like the bio course you took in high school, but slightly more advanced.
If you take these 4 courses, you have 10 hours in total. I tried to pick what seemed the easiest to me, so hopefully I helped at least a tiny bit.