I did Spanish online thru Neumann. DCCC's HUM 160 is equivalent to Neumann's intro to world religions. That's another thing I did wrong lol...That's more of an advanced religion class, and I thought it would be interesting to learn about world religions so I took that instead of taking the most basic religion course. The reason I took it with a nursing course was becuase I had taken it online before ANY of my nursing classes started, but I had a baby and couldn't get an assignment in on time and failed it
Soooo...I took it again with a nursing class, they had changed the entire course and the 2nd time I took it, there was tons more work so I dropped it. So this stupid theology credit has beed hanging over my head for the last 3 semesters! So I refuse to take it again thru St. Leo's. And in order for me to get the "F" erased off my transcripts, I have to take this world religion course again. I can't replace it with a different religion, and easier course! UGH! (I hope this is making sense to you lol- it's kinda had to explain typing it all!)
So basically, to make life easier, you SHOULD take those classes before your nursing classes, but they are not a requirement BEFORE the nursing program (like the sciences are)...I actually know a few others in the program that need religion and spanish still.