So at my school they have the "suggested course sequence". The only pre reqs to nursing are A&P l, General Psych., college algebra, and a computer course. Then during nursing school
there are about 7 general education classes you take with nursing courses. You can do your gen eds before you enter the program though, which I have done, except for one course- A&Pll. My school doesn't offer the accelerated course or i would take it this fall with a&p l. (i've applied to the spring 2010 program.) Now if I hadn't pulled out my other gen eds my first semester would be Nursing 101, A&P ll and Developmental Psych. But since i already took psych I'll just have the 2 classes (it'll be 14 credit hours) Can this be done? I'd hate to postpone ns for ONE class (it has to be done by the first semester of ns) but i'd hate to fail either course because then you are withdrawn from the program. I only work on the weekends and I have 2 small children,but I have an excellent support system. I know I'll have to bust my but, and the effort doesn't bother me. I know people are going to think "well it depends on what kind of student you are" but I'm more or less just wondering if anyone else has ever done a schedule like this and succeeded. thanks for any info!