Recently, I've looked into a pre-nursing. I am starting my 2nd year in college and I was wondering what core classes I would need. So far I know that I'll need anatomy and physiology. But what else? If anyone knows someone who lives in Houston or goes to the University of Houston who is doing pre-nursing, please let me know. I couldn't find much on the school's website about it, but I will talk to the advisors asap. Thanks.
Each school depends, so your nursing school advisors are the people to ask. I went to the University of Missouri-Columbia, and these are the classes I had to take (if I remember correctly)
-Human growth and development
-Nutrition for Healthcare Professionals
-Pre-nursing classes (two)
Gen Ed Stuff IE Math, English, History, Liberal arts
Some of my colleagues had slightly different requirements, like two chem classes. I only had to take one, slightly higher course. Many other schools don't take Medical Micro, but regular Micro, so again, check with your school. Good Luck!
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