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Online Anatomy a class in a hurry?

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I need to locate and take an online Anatomy only course. Is there such a thing at the last minute? Is anyone aware of a program or something close enough if I had to make a temporary move to take the course? I’m located in Oklahoma and I believe all the community colleges started in June.

Edited by truckinusa

Regionally accredited: UNE self paced, John Hopkins, portage learning (Geneva college), self paced and cheaper. See which one your school takes.

edukan, not self paced, but many start dates.

ace credit: Straighterline, but if you need the lab portage is a better option.

Edited by anewmanx

Just make sure to check w/ your intended school first if they will accept classes from Straighterline and Portage. There are many schools out there that will not.

27 minutes ago, anewmanx said:

Regionally accredited: UNE self paced, John Hopkins, portage learning (Geneva college), self paced and cheaper. See which one your school takes.

edukan, not self paced, but many start dates.

ace credit: Straighterline, but if you need the lab portage is a better option.

I wonder how long it would take to complete A&P I and II? I took just physiology by itself and it doesn’t seem like I can find anatomy by itself except that UNE. UNE says their course is 16 weeks. I wonder if I could speed thru it?

2 minutes ago, Mergirlc said:

Just make sure to check w/ your intended school first if they will accept classes from Straighterline and Portage. There are many schools out there that will not.

The advisor says they will find me a course. My only concernS were the costs and difficultly. I could be more choosey if they didn’t drop this on me at the last minute. I was denied acceptance and then 4 months later I am now conditionally accepted. I have no idea why nursing school has to make your life so difficult.

2 minutes ago, truckinusa said:

I wonder how long it would take to complete A&P I and II? I took just physiology by itself and it doesn’t seem like I can find anatomy by itself except that UNE. UNE says their course is 16 weeks. I wonder if I could speed thru it?

I’m sure you could. I finished straighterline’s anatomy 1 & 2 in less than 20 some odd days, with 1100 pages of reading. I would think just anatomy 1 at une would be much easier.

Just now, truckinusa said:

The advisor says they will find me a course. My only concernS were the costs and difficultly. I could be more choosey if they didn’t drop this on me at the last minute. I was denied acceptance and then 4 months later I am now conditionally accepted. I have no idea why nursing school has to make your life so difficult.

Do what you have to do. Only you are looking out for you. Don’t forget that.

1 minute ago, anewmanx said:

I’m sure you could. I finished straighterline’s anatomy 1 & 2 in less than 20 some odd days, with 1100 pages of reading. I would think just anatomy 1 at une would be much easier.

You finished just the anatomy portion in 20 days? Straighterline sure looks like an attractive option but I have my doubts they allow that.

Just now, truckinusa said:

You finished just the anatomy portion in 20 days? Straighterline sure looks like an attractive option but I have my doubts they allow that.

I finished the anatomy & physiology 1 & 2 didactic portions in 20 or so days, yes. The labs are a separate class that I will be starting soon.

You can finish the UNE anatomy class in less than 16 weeks but they have some kind of restriction as to taking so many unit tests in one day or something like that. The course is open enrollment, you can enroll at any time, with the class starting each Monday or Wednesday. You should contact an advisor at the school and find out what their current policies are if you can't find your answers at their website.

You can finish the one through Portage pretty darn quickly (a couple of weeks if you really devote yourself). It isn't easy, per se, but it isn't much harder than the community class version I took years ago. It's one you can plow through, and Geneva College is regionally accredited. I got my A&P through them, and I learned a ton.

Well it looks like I'm signed up for Biol20 at Fresno City College. I got emails into my school but I don't see why it wouldn't count. Totally online too.