I'm part of a workforce scholarship
program that pays for school and over half of my child care costs. Super helpful, but one of the child care requirements is that I be enrolled in school full time. In the summer, that's 6 credits per session. I need child care this summer in order to take the 4 gen Ed credits I'm lacking for graduation and 3 credits for my RN-BSN program, which leaves me short 5 credits.
The counselor suggested I take something fun or unrequired but useful. I'm so tired of school, NOTHING seems fun, so I'm thinking "useful" might be the way to go. I considered taking pathophysiology (it's integrated into our curriculum, not a separate class), and then realized I have to take an upper level patho in my BSN program next year, and this one wont transfer. Not sure how many times I want to take this class!
So if anyone out there had to take any filler classes they really enjoyed or found useful, let me know