I have a question about online courses. When you apply to a nursing school what online courses would be excepted? What are some of the good online colleges? Also, is it better to just take the classes at a school or is it better to take classes online? I would like to know because I have to take pre-requisites before applying to Nursing School and if I could take some of my pre-reqs online I would like too. If anyone can help, it is greatly appreciated. Thanks
Jul 18, '08
I'm taking Basic Algebra II from Clovis this summer and I took Intermediate Algebra from HCC over 20 years ago.... my son took Intermediate Algebra at NVCC this past semester so I had the syablles and Clovis's Intermediate is the same as College Algebra here. The Basic Algebra II is the same as Intermediate here... When I spoke to my math professor at Clovis, I asked her about this and she said, she has heard this from a lot of her distance ed students, but doubts if another community college would admitt their class is lower than theirs. (some might if you show the syllabus) She sugest just doing the accuplacer and testing out of Intermediate which you will do if you take her class. The instructor is great, If you call she will call you back and REALLY help you understand. also the math online tutoring is AWESOME,..... because of the time differences their hours this summer were 3p to 8p... Anyway if you have any more questions about Clovis, just email me... I might take a little getting back to you right now, because classes are over on July 25th, and I have finals.
Oh at Clovis if you pass Basic Algebra II with a B, you dont have to take Intermediate for the nursing degree, they also have enrollment twice a year and they MAKE you get an LPN in case you dont make it the second year. (kinda smart so you can at least be employable.) and New mexico pays you to be a nurse. Why is CT behind and not doing this too?
Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Jul 18, '08
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