What is your First semester schedule?

  1. 0 Hi, I am trying to get an idea of how much time will actually be spent at school. I know the class schedule at my future school but not the lab time. Please share your weekly school schedule. Thanks in advance.
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  3. Visit  Lolita34} profile page

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    From 'Savannah, GA, US'; Joined Oct '12; Posts: 148; Likes: 17.

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  4. Visit  Soida} profile page
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    My first semester was Tuesday lecture 8-3, Thursday lecture/lab 8-12, Wednesday clinical 530-200.
  5. Visit  Lolita34} profile page
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    Thanks Soida for responding. Is this an ADN or BSN program?
  6. Visit  Kimynurse} profile page
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    13 credits total
    Wednesday- clinical for fundamentals

    Thursday - 3 classes
    8am to 4:40 1hr break
    Dosage calculations
    Fundamentals lab and lecture
    Nursing successes

    Friday 2 classes
    Fundamentals lab and lecture
    Health assessment lecture and lab
    8am to 4:40 2 hr break
  7. Visit  EMT89} profile page
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    Monday through Thursday I have Pathophyiology, Pharmacology, Fundamentals, and Health Assessment. All are mostly 3 hour classes at one sitting... We might get a 5 or 10 minute break here and there IF we're lucky.
  8. Visit  Lolita34} profile page
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    Thank y'all for posting your schedules!
  9. Visit  ChrisMarie09} profile page
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    Mondays--Lecture 9-4 with a 1 hour break (Patho I & Aging)
    Tuesdays--Lecture 9-3 with a 2 hour break (Health Promo & Fundamentals)
    Wednesdays--Lecture 9-11 (Assessment)
    Thursdays--Lab 10-12, Seminar 1-3 (Assessment, Fundamentals)
    Friday--Clinical 8-12 (Fundamentals)

    Lectures were 2-3 hours long, once a week, and a break about halfway through that varied in length depending on the teacher. I'm really not a fan of the once a week thing but its how the school set things up so I deal with it. I have 4 hour lectures this semester.
  10. Visit  Miiki} profile page
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    I'm in the first semester of a 5 semester BSN program. We are only doing CNA stuff and assessments in the hospital this semester.

    I'm taking Health Assessment, Pharmacology, and Pathophysiology. We took Intro to nursing concepts (CNA) as a prereq.

    On Wednesday, we have Health Assessment clinical in the hospital from 7-11:30 then Pharm Lab 1-4.

    Health Assessment Class/Lab Th 1-4.

    Patho and Pharm classes Fr 8-12 and 1-4 respectively.
  11. Visit  KayyyT} profile page
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    Patho. Health Assessment. 2 filler classes.
  12. Visit  Jill2Shay} profile page
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    Monday - Optional Simulation Lab class from 11-3
    Tuesday Theory/Process - 8-12:30
    Wednesday Off
    Thursday - Pharm/Skills 8-2:45
    Friday - Pre-Clinical 7-4 actual clinicals will be from 5:30 -2:30

    They say on top of this you'll need to study independently for 25-30 hours per week to be successful.
  13. Visit  Ele123} profile page
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    My nursing classes only would be:
    Monday- Clinical 2-10pm
    Tuesday- Pharm. 9:25-10:15am, Chapel 10:45-11:35, Foundations 11:45-1:00
    Thursday- Pharm. 9:25-10:15am, Chapel 10:45-11:35, Foundations 11:45-1:00pm, Found. Lab 1:30-4:20

    But I also have Physiology lecture and lab (MWF 11-11:50 & Tuesday 2-5) and two online classes which are required for the bachelors degree.
  14. Visit  Lolita34} profile page
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    You all have no idea how much I appreciate this information. I think I'm leaning towards attending the program part time. I wish you all well in your programs!
  15. Visit  vw74vw} profile page
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    Block 2 guy here so this is my schedule.

    Tuesday - 0900-1100 Lecture - Nursing Transitions III
    1200-1500 Lecture - Pharmacology
    Wednesday- 1100-2100 Clinical
    Thursday 0900-1500 Skills Lab
    Friday 0900-1100 Lecture Nursing Transitions III

    Plus we need to log at least 2 hours for each new skill we learn in the skills lab outside of Thursday. I work part time (22 hours a week) so trying to fit in working, school and studying can be hard. Hope this helps.


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