How many classes are you taking this fall? - page 2

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  1. by   nurseleigh
    I have 5 classes, 12 credit hours

    Rhetoric and Composition I(ENG 101)
    Intro to Health Care
    Basic Nursing Skills
    Nursing Skills Practicum
    Fundamentals of Nursing I

    I am currently trying to figure out what i want to take for my Nursing elective for Spring semester.
  2. by   LJoyW_27
    peeps...that does NOT sound fun taking Micro and Anatomy together! I had a tough enough time w/ Micro and Anatomy seperate! Good luck!

    I am taking Nursing 201, Perspectives in Nursing, and Soc nursing class is 15 credit hours by itself! however it does include the Psych nursing, OB nursing , and many other areas in it, plus clinical and labs. I will be takin classes 5 days a week again..really kinda sucks for a commuter!! Everyone, enjoy your fall semester...good luck! 2 semesters left for me....
  3. by   AppyHorseFan
    Well, I've tried to post here twice already...and it doesn't seem to be going through. I'll try ONE more time....

    I will be taking 4 classes.
    Nursing Skills I - 1 hour
    Nursing Skills II - 2 hours
    Intro to Prof. Nursing - 5 hours
    Clinical I - 1 hour

    We can go ahead and do out N.S. I now and get through with it before the semester starts and our group has started. If we get this completed it will save us from having to go to school one day a week.

    Intro to Prof. Nursing lecture is held on Tues. from 8:30 - 2:30 followed by N.S. II lecture from 2:30 to 4:30. That's going to be a LONG day!!! Wednesday is N.S. II practice lab from 12:30 to 4:30 and check off lab is 7:30 to 11:30 on Thurs. I have NOOOOO Monday classes. And by completing N.S. I, I won't have any Friday classes either!!! So I'll be having a 4-day weekend to spend with my new best friends (aka...nursing textbooks).

    Now...everyone take a deep release slowly...ooouuuttt. There feel better?? Now, remember to do that occasionally. Don't panic...even though classes begin in just a few short weeks.

    Happy Riding