In what order should I take these classes?
- 0What would be the easiest order for these classes? Also, what would go ok together? Keep in mind I work full time. Right now I'm taking 11 credits though (2 on campus, one online and one lab)
Anatomy & Physiology 1
Anatomy & Physiology 1
Health career core (easy? non credit course)
Chemistry (scared of this one)
Any and all advice is welcome!
- 0Apr 23, '11 by siberiantigerBased on my experience, I would go:
For the three core sciences: A/P 1, A/P 2, Micro
Toss in Algebra as early as possible.
Chem: I'd either double that up with A/P 1 or if you prefer not to double up, take it before Micro.
For Health Career Core, toss it in anywhere if it's easy.
One thing to consider are the pre-reqs for the courses. Chemistry is typically a pre-requisite for Micro and possible A/P. I know at Citrus College, the first semester of Chemistry is required before taking Physio and Micro; most Citrus students go Anat, Chem, Physio, Micro.
- 1Apr 23, '11 by boojumI'd double up first semester with algebra and A/P 1. Algebra will be really helpful for chemistry. Second semester, take A/P 2 with the chemistry, then take micro with the health core class. In my experience micro was really hard, but our teacher was famous for being difficult. Good luck!
- 0Thanks for the replies both of you!
Quote from boojumThis sounds like a good idea -more logical then the order I had.I'd double up first semester with algebra and A/P 1. Algebra will be really helpful for chemistry. Second semester, take A/P 2 with the chemistry, then take micro with the health core class. In my experience micro was really hard, but our teacher was famous for being difficult. Good luck!
I was thinking Algebra, Health core, A.P1, then A/P 2, Chem, micro but I doubt that would help since I'd be trying to cut out one semester but grades would probably suffer.
- 0Quote from caliotter3I would start with algebra and chem because they have info that you will see again in the other classes. Then AP1. After that it does not matter much. Only double up if you think you can handle it, seeing as how you are working. You don't want to overdo it. Good luck.
Thanks. Yeah, math is not my thing (use to be) so I would be more comfortable taking math as a prereq to chemistry rather then a coreq. Scared of both ...especially chemistry...
- 0Apr 23, '11 by sobusynowRNI am in a basic chemistry class now, and it's the last pre-req I have to take. I was terrified of it, but since I have a good professor, it turned out to be one of my favorite classes. Our class is mostly basic algebra calculations. I would be totally and completely lost if I had not taken MAT1033 first.
- 0Yeah, I'm prepared to be stressed and tired for a couple of years. I've waited long enough.
I'm taking 3 classes and a lab now working full time BUT they are relatively easy classes (to me).
It's a math prep class which is brushing up old skills and if I apply myself I'm sure I can get back to being comfortable with it. Then an English class which is easy to me since I like writing. Don't mind essays at all.
The last one is Spanish but I speak Romanian and grammar and sound is the same so it should be easy for me.
I'll be left with hard classes but at least I'm getting these out of the way and feel like I'm closer. I had sociology already and passed with an A so hope I can keep that going.
A/P and algebra
A/P 2 and chemistry
Micro and Health core
Sounds like a logical order that will still allow me to do good too. Grades are more important then how long it takes me.