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Just finished my 1st semester for the RN-BSN and now need to look into the fine arts, junior comp, & nutrition electives. Any input from those that have taken them would b greatly appreciated. R they doable doubled with an RN course?
I did business comp with the old legal/ethics class. Was only doubled up for 5 weeks because I took the test out option for health assessment. It was busy - lots of writing but it is a writing class. glad I did it with legal which was a breeze. No input on any fine arts or the nutrition class. I took all of those long before OU. Look for threads on here - some posters just finished up with music and nutrition.
Oh yes you are right do save that correspondance! I got my classes approved by my advisor before i took them. Good way to get electives out of the way. Lots of work in 10 days but better than being in class for 5-15 weeks especially if you have a boring subject!
I'm taking 2 general ed courses required for the program at Cincinnati State. ( Freshman comp and Nutriton for a Healthy Life). I'm finding they are moving way too slow. After a year of OU classes, I find myself wanting them to pick up the pace. The assignment for the first week of Nutrition was to read 2 chapters and post on the DB an introduction of yourself........ that's all..
I'm thinking that if they continue to be this easy, I might add in a Nursing class in Session 3 of the Spring Semester. It would be 3 classes to work on for the 5 weeks but, at this pace, it would be not so hard.