BIO 201 Debacle for ASU!

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    Last edit by NewJA on Jun 5, '07
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  3. by   Multicollinearity
    Why don't you just take it at one of the community colleges? I loved taking my A&P at community college. The classes are smaller, and they usually offer more options for class times.
    Last edit by Multicollinearity on Nov 16, '06
  4. by   NewJA
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  5. by   Multicollinearity
    Did you know that you can do a consortium agreement? This would allow you to split your credits between two institutions and maintain all financial aid. ASU would still be your 'home school'.

    You could always do your A&P thru Rio Salado online, too. Classes start every two weeks.
  6. by   NewJA
    Quote from multicollinarity
    Did you know that you can do a consortium agreement? This would allow you to split your credits between two institutions and maintain all financial aid. ASU would still be your 'home school'.

    You could always do your A&P thru Rio Salado online, too. Classes start every two weeks.
    Ah hah... Never heard of that. I may look into it, ty.
  7. by   CrazyPremed
    Sometimes you just need to suck it up and get it done. If you can do it through the CC's (even with the drive), I say, do it. You even might want to look in to applying to the CC system, and finishing your BSN while working (and letting your employer pay for it). This track could be cheaper and faster. Good luck in whatever you do.

    CrazyPremed

    PS. I've had a 20-30 mile commute every semester because of full classes. It sucks, I know.

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