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post #1 of 23
Thread Starter 
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I just went and enrolled this week, and I had a hell of a time finding classes that were open, that I hadnt already taken. My financial aid requires that I keep a full-time schedule, so I ended up taking classes I dont really need. I am currently working toward both a associate nursing (RN) degree and I have already started working towards my Bio-Science degree(which is bachelor/Pre-Med)

I had to do a placement test in Reading, Writing, and Math since I am new to this college, and I was so happy...
I got the maximum score in Reading and Writing, and I placed on a Trigonometry level in Math(which I dont need for my nursing degree, but will need for my Bio-Science degree later on) So I will take that next semester.

So I am taking:
-Human Anatomy & Physiology
-Math for Health Careers
-Philosophy
-Developmental Psychology
-and I am fixing to add Overview of Nursing, it is only worth one credit, but I get an extra preference point towards my nursing program application!

I was just wondering what everyone else's fall school schedules(h.s. and college) looked like! And what your majoring/minoring in!
post #2 of 23
I'm majoring in psychology (no minor because I'm doing a specialised honours degree, which requires too many credits toward my major to have enough left to do a minor), my degree is a B.A. Hons.

My schedule this year is -

September-December:

Monday: Rehabilitation Psychology, 6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M.
Tuesday: Statistical Methods II, 3:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M.
Wednesday: Intermediate Research Methods, 8:30 A.M.-11:30 A.M.
Thursday: Psychobiology, 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
Friday: Francais Ecrit I, 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.

January-April:

Monday: Interpersonal and Intergroup Processes, 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
Tuesday: Theories and Techniques of Counselling, 1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.
Wednesday: Psychological Studies of Language, 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
Thursday: Perception, 12:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M
Friday: Francais Ecrit II, 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
post #3 of 23
Well this semester will be my last as an undergraduate, I get to graduate with my B.Sc. in Psychology in December!!! I can't wait, even though I'll just be starting again right away in the Spring, working on my masters.

Anyway, here's my schedule:

Group Psychotherapy: Only 10 person class, part lecture part actual psychotherapy with all of the students! EEK!

Interviewing and Counseling: Only 20 person class, I have NO idea what this will be like!

Physiological Psychology: HUGE lecture class. Unfortunately I've got it as a night class on Tuesday's 6-8:50. I always get SO tired in night classes!

I start pretty soon, on the 22nd!
post #4 of 23
No way! ...I´m surrounded of Genious Chicks!....and I´m proud of this! .....
...maybe next year I begin to study a Master Degree in management area.......
post #5 of 23
Well, if I can EVER get registered for it, I'll be taking Inorganic Chemistry (GenChem) on MWF from 2-3 and 5 hrs of lab over two days elsewhere. Kinda shoots any chance of a dayshift job all to he!!, but oh well. I need it to advance to Organic next year.

I can't register for it right now because according to the server the class is full, and when I went to campus to get a written override, I found out that the professor is out of the COUNTRY until the week before school!!!! So I need to try and email her to see if she can send in something. This is the ONLY class I am taking this fall (5credits) unless I find a way around paying out-of-state tuition.

I'm pre-Pharmacy, this will be my second year of prerequisite undergrad work. Hopefully, if I get my transcript in order and all else goes well, I'll be accepted to the Pharmacy program for Fall '07.
post #6 of 23
I'm still at college. I've just chosen my courses for next year I'm taking:

English(Which is a core), Maths applied, Biology, Media Studies & History
post #7 of 23
Period 1: German A

Period 2: Housing and Apparel

Period 3: Algebra B

Period 4: Honors Comp/Literature 9

Period 5: Biology A

I'm in High School, taking a couple advanced courses, except for math.
post #8 of 23
Agent_Haun what year are you in? I'm in year 11 and maths is core
post #9 of 23
Roots of Modern Literature
Writer's Forum
Technology for Writers I
Writer's Studio III
post #10 of 23
When I saw this post I kind of thought, Wow. What AM I taking this term?! So thanks for making me look it up!

MWF: The Body and Human Relationships in Religious Context (for my theo credit, I go to a Catholic University)
TTH: Literature and Film (Arts and Lit)
TBA: Intro to Composition (musical, not like written word)
Flute Studio/Private Lessons
DePaul New Music Ensemble
Wind Symphony or Wind Ensemble

Can anyone guess my major??
post #11 of 23
I am working on my prereqs for the RN program. I am only going half time since I still need to work full time right now. I am taking Anatomy & Physiology I and Statistics this semester.
post #12 of 23
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Originally Posted by mferr84
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I just went and enrolled this week, and I had a hell of a time finding classes that were open, that I hadnt already taken. My financial aid requires that I keep a full-time schedule, so I ended up taking classes I dont really need. I am currently working toward both a associate nursing (RN) degree and I have already started working towards my Bio-Science degree(which is bachelor/Pre-Med)

I had to do a placement test in Reading, Writing, and Math since I am new to this college, and I was so happy...
I got the maximum score in Reading and Writing, and I placed on a Trigonometry level in Math(which I dont need for my nursing degree, but will need for my Bio-Science degree later on) So I will take that next semester.

So I am taking:
-Human Anatomy & Physiology
-Math for Health Careers
-Philosophy
-Developmental Psychology
-and I am fixing to add Overview of Nursing, it is only worth one credit, but I get an extra preference point towards my nursing program application!

I was just wondering what everyone else's fall school schedules(h.s. and college) looked like! And what your majoring/minoring in!
A&P...oooooo...fun. Well I guess it wasn't that bad. I had a good professor, it just wasn't what I was really interested in - I just thought I was. I was in nursing for a year but I ended up getting my degree in Interior Design instead.
post #13 of 23
I want to be an archaeologist, but the school i am in doesn't offer a major in anthroplogy. only as a minor, so my major is history, with that minor, i am also thinking of minoring in theater. my class schedule so far is

the fossil record
an intern ship working with artificats at the museum
american indian history to 1895
and
american history since 1895
post #14 of 23
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
Agent_Haun what year are you in? I'm in year 11 and maths is core
I'm in year #10, which is actually 9th grade. I did really good in everything but math last year, so I decided to re-take half the course again.
post #15 of 23
Thread Starter 
no one else is taking classes this fall?
post #16 of 23
Well, I'm hopefully taking classes in the fall. It turns out that while I was in Italy, The University went and decided that I have not only been there for too long and couldn't register for classes, but that I haven't taken any classes since fall quarter (04-05).

Tommorow I visit campus with transcripts and rage.

Mostly rage.
post #17 of 23
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by mikenealis

Tommorow I visit campus with transcripts and rage.

Mostly rage.


good luck!
post #18 of 23
Analytical and Organic chem. Every week day mornings, then working PMs. What was I thinking when i registered for this? I am 43 years old. I am not afraid of the classes, but I know that will require that I have a "lab partner". What young college student is going to want to be hooked up with an old bag like me? Thats whats scarry. Those first few days are going to be hard. I am aiming toward a masters in biotechnology. I have to spend a year making up prerequisites.
post #19 of 23
I'm starting my master's degree in the fall. Because I work full time I'll only be taking one 4-credit course:Philosophy and Teaching of Reading. Starting in the fall of '06 I'll be taking about 12 credits/year, which will put me back in the full-time student category. The class I'm taking this semester meets on Mondays at 5:30pm and ends at 9:00pm.
post #20 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by binkyhoo
Analytical and Organic chem. Every week day mornings, then working PMs. What was I thinking when i registered for this? I am 43 years old. I am not afraid of the classes, but I know that will require that I have a "lab partner". What young college student is going to want to be hooked up with an old bag like me? Thats whats scarry. Those first few days are going to be hard. I am aiming toward a masters in biotechnology. I have to spend a year making up prerequisites.
If it's any consolation, I'm a young university student, and I'd much rather be paired with someone 'older' than another student my age, given the choice - too many students my age are way too immature to be reliable as a partner for something like that! Good luck!
post #21 of 23
I'm super excited for classes to start!!! I already have 1 Bachelor's degree but I'm going back this fall to be a Registered Nurse! I'm soooo excited but I'll only be taking prerequisite classes. My schedule is:

Mondays, Wednesdays
Anatomy & Physiology from 9am-10:15

Anatomy & Physiology lab from 10:30-12:30

Math for Health Careers from 2-2:50

I also have a CPR class that is taught on 2 Saturdays in October. Woo hooo! Bring it on!
post #22 of 23
I'm starting my first year at community college this year. My first year at college since I dropped out of highschool (long story.. but I dropped out to work full time and help pay bills.. sigh.. I did manage to get my GED though).


I'm so excited but right now I'm just taking basic courses. Pretty boring sounding huh?


Mondays & Wednesdays
11:00-12:20: College Reading

1:30- 3:00: College Success & Preparation (to help me get used to going to school again)

Tuesday & Thursdays:

11:00- 1:00: College Math (Basic Level)

2:00- 3:30 College Writing



Pretty boring schedule, but this is only the first term. Second term I'll still be doing Reading, Writing, and Math.. but I will be taking a foreign language instead of the College Prep class. I haven't decided which one I'll be taking though. Hehe! This is 13 credit hours though.. so it's considered full time!
post #23 of 23
I am getting a Bachelor of Science in Interdisplinary Studies (basic degree) and a minor in Art. I finish in May!! I will then work on my certification next summer and begin teaching(elementary) next fall!

My fall schedule is:

Art & Religion Developments (Tues & Thurs.) 7-8:15pm

American Lit After 1865 (Tues & Thurs.) 8:30-9:45pm

African Art & Literature (online)

Psychology: Learning & Behavior (online)

Since I work 40+ hours a week, I have to take 2 online classes because I don't have the energy to go 16 hour days without a break!

Since my school started this year with having the Spring schedules out with the fall schedules, I have the opportunity to finish my Spring semester with knowing what I'll take, that is definitely a relief.

Spring 2006:

Art & Religion Origins (Tues. & Thurs.) 7-8:15pm

Psychology: Adjustment (Tues. & Thurs.) 8:30-9:45pm

Psychology: Child Psychology (online)

Internship (Fall & Spring)

.... which will actually start next month (September) and I will finish that in April of 2006. I have to work an additional 5-10 hours a week towards my minor at the Children's museum and at a local elementary school. Ok, my back totally tensed up after thinking about all that. So, I guess I'll be on here sometime in the near future
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