Cleveland State University or Cuyahoga Community College - page 2
by lapen98 5,537 Views | 15 Comments
Hi Everyone! I am a mother of three...have a three year old and a set of newborn twins. I have my BA in anthropology and sociology and am debating on either the ADN program at Tri-C or the accelerated BSN program at CSU. Any... Read More
- 0Apr 26, '10 by rrmitch2000I am starting Fall of 2011. I went the biochem route bio 1100 since it seemed to be the easier approach, fewer credit hours etc. The professor was awesome -- I also took anatomy and phys 1 at the same time and it worked out nicely for me, but it was a little busy. If you are committed to going for a BSN or MSN, you may want to go the CHEM route since you have some time on your hands while you are waiting for the clinicals. Had I known that it would be such a wait, I'd have done the same thing.
- 0Yeah, I think I am going to go the Chem route. My original thought was to try to get all of my pre-reqs done so that I could start in 2011 (wishful thinking), but I know that the 2011 class (nights and weekends) will be full by this summer. In any event, I hope to get into the 2012 fall sequence. Good luck to you guys this next year as you start your nursing program!!!
rrmitch2000 - I agree, there should be some type of daycare option for nursing school students...that does not cost an arm and a leg! Especially with so many second degree students who already have kids
- 0Oh! The metro campus FINALLY got all of my transcripts...high school and all. Now, I am just waiting to hear from the dean (left a message this morning) in order to get into the Chem class this fall...I do not want to go in and take a math placement test if I do not have to...
- 0Apr 27, '10 by ScottE,RNQuote from lapen98Oh! The metro campus FINALLY got all of my transcripts...high school and all. Now, I am just waiting to hear from the dean (left a message this morning) in order to get into the Chem class this fall...I do not want to go in and take a math placement test if I do not have to...
Well if you took any kind of a Math Class in college you should be good to go.
- 0Oct 8, '10 by keilieI would definitely go for chem 1010 and 1020 if at metro campus I recommend professor Banks,Sr. I took both classes and got A's I don't think anyone got anything less than an A and if they did they didn't do their work. As long as you do your work trust me you will get an A. My friend was absent all semester showed up last week completed all the work that needed to be turned in by the end of the semester and still got an A. Before I realized I wanted to go for my bsn I took biochem bc I thought I wanted to go for an associates instead, I ended up changing my mind and I had to take chem 1010 and 1020 bc CSU doesn't take biochem 1100 so I was kinda upset about that but hey I got two A's and my GPA went up so is all good. you know what can also help go to csu website type in tri-c transfer guide and it will let you know what classes you need for the csu program which you can take at tri-c. That way when you do get in the program you wont have any other classes just the nursing courses. That's what I'm doing right now taking those classes out the way at tri-c so when I do get accepted into the program I will only be working on nursing classes because I would have all my humanities/math/sciences etc... courses out of the way.. good luck