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This is a discussion on Fashion& culture class online in Ohio University Online Nursing Degrees, part of Online Nursing Schools, Traditional Schools, Colleges, Universities ... I was wondering how demanding the fashion and culture class online is? I've taken all of the...by luv2shopp85 Jun 5, '12I was wondering how demanding the fashion and culture class online is? I've taken all of the nursing education as 5 week online classes. There were a few that were quite demanding -requiring a quiz, assignment, and 1 or 2 discussion boards a week. Then there were some that only had one assignment a week and were generally pretty easy. I'm trying to figure out if this would be a good class to take over 5 weeks or if its better as a 10 or 15 week class. Can anyone give some insight on this?
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- Jun 6, '12 by kreynolds1rnI took the fashion and culture class as a 5 week class with nursing legal/ethical and an elective. It was a lot of busy work, we had a paper and discussion board each week with references. There were also 2 proctored exams. You have to read the assigned book or you probably won't be able to pass the exams. I liked the class and it wasn't hard, just a lot of busy work. You essentially draw from your experiences. They seemed as though they stressed content more than format.
- Jun 6, '12 by mcknisLike the above poster, it wasn't all hard work, just busy work that really didn't deal with fashion much, but much more about culture in general. Or, that was my opinion anyway. The book is very important to be read when trying to complete the proctored exams. I read the book and still was lost when taking the exam. Make sure you read and outline the book to help make the textbook and quizzes make more sense. This course truly isn't difficult and I did take it with 405 (research), but was glad when I was finished. Not a fan of prctored exams.