RN-BSN Online - Chamberlain September 3rd - page 4

by Hay, RN 5,393 Views | 34 Comments

hello there! i will be attending the online university working toward my bsn starting september 3rd. anyone else joining for that group as well? i am hoping that i will commit myself to this college (i've dropped out of... Read More


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    Quote from Nursetia26
    I just finished transitions in nursing and cultural diversity. As long as you stay on top of weekly assignments it is ok. I work full time as well, but it is doable. This time I am taking nursing informatics and science fiction. Lots of writing!
    What is Science Fiction? A writing course?
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    Quote from Emilynn09

    What is Science Fiction? A writing course?
    I'm in science fiction right now; it counts as a sociology elective. Like all the Devry courses it is time consuming, but very doable. So far I've been enjoying it!
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    Quote from Emilynn09

    What is Science Fiction? A writing course?
    It counts as a sociology elective. Like all the Devry courses it is time consuming, but so far I am enjoying it! I am taking it with nursing informatics.
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    The Vietnam course hasn't been bad! Well, actually, the only thing bad is that it is a lot of work and reading. But as we know, it will be like that for all the courses. So thats understandable. I am surprised at how much work I've actually had to put into the two classes each day. The transitions class is easy, its just that since they want us to cite from outside sources, you spend lots of time trying to create discussions while incorporating outside sources. But the discussions are not difficult. The Vietnam course has been interesting and the discussions are all tied around the textbook. But I feel like I'm writing mini essays for each discussion! The information is all there though, so that's what makes it preferable. As long as you're reading, you will be fine. There is a small 2-3 page paper due every week for Vietnam, on top of all the discussions though. But I was told that some of the other history classes actually require even more writing. So I am satisfied with the course so far.
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    Quote from Sgm228
    The Vietnam course hasn't been bad! Well, actually, the only thing bad is that it is a lot of work and reading. But as we know, it will be like that for all the courses. So thats understandable. I am surprised at how much work I've actually had to put into the two classes each day. The transitions class is easy, its just that since they want us to cite from outside sources, you spend lots of time trying to create discussions while incorporating outside sources. But the discussions are not difficult. The Vietnam course has been interesting and the discussions are all tied around the textbook. But I feel like I'm writing mini essays for each discussion! The information is all there though, so that's what makes it preferable. As long as you're reading, you will be fine. There is a small 2-3 page paper due every week for Vietnam, on top of all the discussions though. But I was told that some of the other history classes actually require even more writing. So I am satisfied with the course so far.
    I'm in post 1945 history, it's the LAST GE I have left to complete for the program. I am HATING it. It's not so much the writing that bothers me as the material. I find history to be rather drab and boring, so I am just not interested in it. We have two discussions due every week, a 10 page final project, a mid term, a final and then two case studies that are 400 words each throughout the course. I am glad we are in week 3 and near the half way point. I can't wait to put this class behind me.


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