Here is a weird thing. I have a degree already in PSY and im currently taking my pre reqs in a community college. I just finished AP1. (got an A
) and im enrolled for College Chem in the summer. Im trying to get into Rutgers and it sais that Organic Bio Chem is a pre req...but the assistant dean said the equivalent to that is College Chem at my community college. I just think its weird because my community college offers Organic Bio Chem...i just dont understand why College Chem at my community college is equivalent to Organic Bio Chem at Rutgers when my community school offers Organic Bio Chem. Weird. But i asked her several times and she said College Chem.
Has anybody had any experience close to this with these Chem courses?
PSY majors read:
Also, Stats is a pre req too...but since i have a Psy Degree i had to take this class called Quanitative Methods
, which is a Stats course but twice as hard as Stats. Have any of you heard of Quan Methods?
Anyway, Rutgers said they woudl accept Quan Methods as my Stats pre req. Thats pretty awesome. Has this happened to any other Psy Majors???
May 15, '07
My Stat class I think was plainly called "Statistics for the Social Sciences " and was required for my psych major to take the experimental psych class. I think any stat class would transfer, especiallly if it is considered more difficult.
I took sociology and social psych, but I don't know if one could count for the other, though it would seem reasonable. The pre req's depends on what core requirements the school has for all their students and the requiremnts specifcally for the nursing program. The college I went to only wanted 1 philosophy ad history, but my nursing school requires two of each....so now I have to start by doing hist. and phil. and a psych class I didn't take that they require, even though I have a psych degree...!! And I've already taken all the science req's. Well, It is only one semster then I'll start the nursing in the spring!!
Last edit by Agenyc on May 15, '07
: Reason: spelling..