The director of our nursing program found out that I was taking statistics online next quarter, and urged me to reconsider. She bases this on her experience of failing an online advanced statistics course that she had to take for her doctorate. The course I'm taking is a 200 level course, required for the BSN program I'll be attending year after next when I'm done with my ADN.
My question, for those of you who have taken statistics, is is this going to kill me?
I have pretty strong math skills, and I've done exceptionally well in all of the online courses I've taken (I like doing things on my own time -- it actually motivates me more than having to show up at a certain time every day). I don't want to bite off more than I can chew; I'm also taking med-surg next quarter, which is full time in itself.
One note -- the instructor teaching the class teaches full time on the campus where my nursing class is held. I'm making a leap of faith that he'll have office hours that he'd be available to be asked questions if needed.
Just curious, and thanks in advance.