New students...what is your fall schedule like? - page 3

I was just wondering what everyone's fall schedule is like. In order to be accepted into our ADN program you need to have A&P I & II done, math, english and philosophy already done before you even... Read More

  1. by   studentdeb
    My schedule is as follows:

    Intro to Nursing Practice (1 credit, no lab or clinical)
    Health Asessment & Clinical Reasoning (2 credits with a lab, nro clinical)
    A&P I (4 credits with a lab)
    Human growth & development (4 credits, internet course)

    I will be in class on Mondays from 9:00 - 11:50 & 12:30 - 3:20. Then on Tues & Thurs evenings from 5:30 - 8:50. The rest of the time I will be working, enjoying my kids and studying.

    Hope I can do it.

    Debi
  2. by   jennyej
    I start my first semester August 23. I have one year of pre-reqs. I can apply for the nursing school March of 2003 The bad thing is after taking the 4 classes this semester I have only 2 of classes I need.But the advisor would not let me take them this semester.
    So I am taking Chemistry of Life, Biology of Women, Beginning Spanish, and American history2. Next semeste I plan on taking Anatomy, first aid and cpr, and the fundementals of Algebra and one other class but I don't know which one yet.
    Jennifer
  3. by   Lisa2902
    I have all my prereqs finished and will be starting the ADN program in the fall. My schedule looks like this ...

    Pharmacology - Monday
    Fundamentals of Nursing Lecture/Lab - Tuesdays
    Fundamentals of Nursing Clinical/Lecture - Wednesday

    Good luck to all starting their programs this fall and God Bless!
  4. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by lisa2902
    i have all my prereqs finished and will be starting the adn program in the fall. my schedule looks like this ...

    pharmacology - monday
    fundamentals of nursing lecture/lab - tuesdays
    fundamentals of nursing clinical/lecture - wednesday

    good luck to all starting their programs this fall and god bless!
    lisa, i have all my pre-reqs and general courses for the asn program also. i have to take the nursing course and add some classes each semester in order to have 12 hours for a grant and a scholarship.

    all the best to you and all of us! keep the faith!
  5. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by studentdeb
    my schedule is as follows:

    intro to nursing practice (1 credit, no lab or clinical)
    health asessment & clinical reasoning (2 credits with a lab, nro clinical)
    a&p i (4 credits with a lab)
    human growth & development (4 credits, internet course)

    i will be in class on mondays from 9:00 - 11:50 & 12:30 - 3:20. then on tues & thurs evenings from 5:30 - 8:50. the rest of the time i will be working, enjoying my kids and studying.

    hope i can do it.

    debi
    deb, i see we both will have a late class on tues and thurs.
  6. by   dianthe1013
    I'll be finishing prereq's for my ADN program this term, and will start clinical classes spring term.

    I'm set to take A&P, Microbiology, Algebra, and Webpage Development ( I've got to have SOME fun ). The A&P class has two hours of lab a week, but the Micro class has 4! Yep, FOUR. Lots. Blargh.

    Oh well. Almost there...

    Donna
  7. by   babynursewannab
    I'm taking:

    Pathophysiology

    Pharmacology

    Holistic Nursing (History of Nursing/Fundamentals)

    Clinicals (1 day a week)

    Skills Lab (1 day a week all morning)
  8. by   delirium
    This fall I'm taking Nursing 2010, which I think is Principles and Practices of Nursing 4.
    My schedule is:

    Monday:
    GIT: 10 am-12 pm (lecture)
    Clinical: 3 pm-9 pm

    Tuesday:
    Clinical: 3 pm-9 pm

    Thursday:
    Lab: 11 am-12 pm
    GIT: 2:30 pm-4:30 pm

    This is the easiest schedule I've had since starting school!
    I'll also be working on Wednesdays, after class on Thursdays, and all weekend for a total of 32 hours per week.
  9. by   2amigos
    I just started working on my pre-requisites this summer by taking Chemistry and Psychology (which I took online). I'll be taking Interpersonal Communications, English Comp., A&P1, and Nutrition this fall......all in the evening or online. I'll be applying for the Nursing program this spring for the 2003 Fall term. This is all so new, scary and exciting to me. I am just now going to school at 44 years old! Yes, I've been the oldest in my classes so far, but my grades are good (so far).
  10. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by 2amigos
    i just started working on my pre-requisites this summer by taking chemistry and psychology (which i took online). i'll be taking interpersonal communications, english comp., a&p1, and nutrition this fall......all in the evening or online. i'll be applying for the nursing program this spring for the 2003 fall term. this is all so new, scary and exciting to me. i am just now going to school at 44 years old! yes, i've been the oldest in my classes so far, but my grades are good (so far).
    2amigos, and welcome to the board! all the best in your endeavors. i am 41 and will be 42 next month...so chin up...we are in the prime of our lives! and will take the maturity to school with us!
  11. by   Figaro's Mom
    Chemistry....woo-hoo!
  12. by   Debbie5
    I'm 43 and still have a lot to go. We can do it!!! I noticed that some of you have a class that meets only once a week. What's up with that? I think I would fall behind if I had Pharm. only Monday's. Is that how it is in most nursing schools?
  13. by   det01
    This is my first semester in the actual nursing school. I have been getting my prereqs out o the way. This fall I am taking:

    Patho
    College Chem 1
    Master Student in Health Care (an oreintation class)
    Financial Aspects of Health Care
    History and Trends in Professional Nursing
    Health and society

    I could not take "nursing 101" because it is only offered in the spring, and I have to have patho to take pharmocology. I guess those and a couple of other nursing classes that have patho as a preq will be spring 2003

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