Posted:Ok, so I just learned what my schedule for next year's rotations will be. In case anyone cares, here's the breakdown.
July, August, and September: Obstetrics/Gynecology and then Pediatrics October, November, and December: Surgery and then Emergency Medicine
January, February, and March: Family Medicine, Psychiatry, and Neurology
April, May, and June: Internal Medicine
The good news is that I get a little break in the middle of the year starting when I do Emergency medicine, then I get vacation, then I get Family Medicine, Psych, and Neuro (all of which are pretty easy, like 50-60 hours/week). What sucks is that during this summer and next spring, I'll be on intense rotations.
Ok, I don't know why I'm telling you guys this, but whatever...
-Mike )'( Certified Mad Doctor and HoP High Priest of Nutella
Posted:I have six, yet I'll join in and talk about my schedule.
I, for once in recorded history, am most likely not taking summer courses. I'm going camping and really have no requirements that need to be filled. So in the fall I will be taking:
Architecture Studio III, aka Arch 5283
Introduction to Structures, aka Arch 4571
Some other architecture elective, maybe Autocad though most likely something else.
And Yoga, aka Dnce 1331
oh yeah, thats right, Yoga
For my final two semesters I only have 25 credits to fulfill for my major. I could take more if need be, however with Studio it isn't too logical. I'm trying now and I don't have enough time to focus the needed attention on each course. So I'm hoping to only take 13 credits after this, and the Yoga class brings me up to that for the fall. In the spring I'll be taking a course thats 4 credits instead of 3 so that'll push it over the edge.