Registration... and next semester classes what will you be taking? - page 2
Hi, Has anyone pre-registered yet for next semester? If all goes well I'll be taking Micro, Chem, Psychology (developmental) and Bio-Medical ethics. I wanted to add Nutrition but all the hours... Read More
Nov 18, '02Nursing 201 and couldn't even tell you what number they assign the clinicals. But, we will be covering ECG (again), respiratory (again), and accessory GI organs (I believe).
Nov 18, '02nursing 202 adult and pediatric med/surg II
nursing 211 pharm II
and that will be the 6th out of 7 quarters so i'm on my way to being done!!!! woohoo!!!
Nov 19, '02I got myself registered for Community Health, a Writing class and of course an NCLEX review class Just a little worried about that.....
On my second to last quarter, I am begining to see a light at the end of the tunnel!
Nov 19, '02Well, tomorrow I get to register and I'm taking:
Intercutural Humanities II (needed to finish my AA in Accounting)
A&PI, Human Development, Nutrition (Pre-reqs), and Human Relations (an elective to help me understand many of the behaviors we will come up with when we are working as nurses). A full load yes, but I'm excited!
Nov 19, '02I am taking Nutrition, HUman Development,, Nursing 110. We meet 1x a week for clinicals as well.
Nov 19, '02I have Pathophysiology, Nursing Skills III, Intermediate Nursing II, and Intermediate Nursing Practical. I'm overwhelmed already!!!!
Nov 19, '02I registered yesterday - Micro., Women's Health Issues, Statistics and Texas Government (why?! ugh. )
Nov 19, '02NUR 155 Comtemporary Nursing 1
NUR 158 Health promotions for Families 1
All my pre-reqs are done so it's only nursing classes for me.
Nov 19, '02I'm taking Nursing Trends, a quick 3 week course over the January intersession (one less thing to do next semester).
Next semester, I'm taking Nursing 2020, which is comprised of didactic (mostly problem-based learning, a code blue simulation, yada yada yada), community clinical and the senior practicum (90 hours with an RN on the unit of your choice... basically you take the RN's patient load and she's just there to back you up if you have any problems).
And then......... graduation.
Nov 19, '02I have registered for the following classes for Spring '03:
Microbiology 4 units
Physiology 5 units
Sociology 3 units
English 4 units
Food & Nutrition 3 units = 19 units total
This will do it for the Nursing Program pre-req's !!
Nov 19, '02woo hoo!!! spring 2003 sounds fine to me....(hurry up may 2004!!!) here's the class list for me: nursing 2 and interpersonal communications. 12 hours -vs- the 17 i had to take this semester sounds sweet!