Quote from FutureRN1908
The classes I need to take are A&P 1 and 2, Micro, Chem., Human Development, and maybe stats.
And in what particular order is best to take these classes?
I would take Chemistry first and micro last. Chemistry seems to be the foundation for nearly everything. You can take the other classes without chem (if your school allows it), but you will understand things better with a foundation in chem. Micro is challenging, and if your college is like many, some A&P topics will be assumed in micro. That said, you can take micro without A&P, it's just better for you if you don't.
For Human Development, it does not matter at all when you take it. Stats is challenging but doesn't really need a foundation in any other classes before you take it.
Ok, I just noticed you said you are going to go full time. Here's what I would do:
If this is your first experience in college, I would not recommend this schedule. Also, if you are working full-time, I would not recommend this schedule. Keep in mind that the A&Ps and micro are great big classes requiring lots of study time. I used to tease a friend during these classes that one A&P class was equal to three liberal arts classes. I think that's probably true, actually.