• Jesse Heaton

    Jesse Heaton

    Graduate Student
    Heyworth, IL
    Doctor of Physical Therapy

    Jesse's Bio:
    I graduated in 2015 with a B.S. in Exercise Physiology and am now in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program here at CSS. I played on the baseball team at CSS for four years. I was also a statistics tutor and currently work as personal care assistant in Duluth. I love the outdoors, hunting fishing, hiking, etc. While being at St. Scholastica I have noticed the “family” atmosphere and I am truly enjoying every second of it.

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Managing A Full Course Schedule

Six classes, 18 credits, and that’s how I like it. A week and half in to my first year fall semester of the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program and things are beginning organize themselves. Similar to the first few days of summer class, the first few days this fall were pretty stressful and tough to organize. However, throughout the last few days I have been organizing each class, using my time management skills, making to-do lists, etc. to get on top of the academic demand that this graduate program entails. Graduate school is tough, but manageable. It takes time to get accustomed to change and expectations, but the quicker you can do this the better results you will have. This can apply to undergrads, grads, and daily life.

Quick peek at my weekly schedule.

 

     Monday       Tuesday       Wednesday       Thursday       Friday              
8am PTH 6520-001

20857 Class

8:00 am-10:00 am

SCIENC 3130

EXAM EVAL

PTH 6511-090

20856 Class

8:00 am-10:00 am

SCIENC 3209

NEURO

PTH 6520-001

20857 Class

8:00 am-10:00 am

SCIENC 3130

EXAM EVAL

 

PTH 6511-090

20856 Class

8:00 am-10:00 am

SCIENC 3209

NEURO

PTH 6520-001

20857 Class

8:00 am-10:00 am

SCIENC 3130

EXAM EVAL

   
   
   
   
9am    
   

 

   
   
10am              
             
PTH 6530-001

20858 Class

10:30 am-12:30 pm

SCIENC 3130

PT INTERVENT

PTH 6405-001

20855 Class

10:30 am-12:30 pm

SCIENC 3136

PROFESSION

PTH 6530-001

20858 Class

10:30 am-12:30 pm

SCIENC 3130

PT INTERVENTION

PTH 6535-001

20859 Class

10:30 am-12:20 pm

SCIENC 3209

PHYS RESP

PTH 6530-001

20858 Class

10:30 am-12:30 pm

SCIENC 3130

PT INTERVENT

   
   
11am    
   
   
   
12pm    
     
             
             
1pm PTH 6535-001

20859 Class

1:00 pm-3:00 pm

SCIENC 1127

PHYS RESP

  PTH 6511-090

20856 Class

1:00 pm-5:00 pm

SCIENC 3130

NEURO

  PTH 6100-001

20854 Class

1:00 pm-2:30 pm

SCIENC 3130

BEHAVIORS

   

To prospective students and undergraduate students: I encourage you to begin working on your time management skills. As course rigor increases, it’s imperative that students are able to use their skills and qualities to organize their course work in order to be successful. In all honesty, the course work doesn’t get easier, but by continuously working on the skills necessary to be successful in school students will be able to make transitions and adjustments to the rigors more easily. If you find yourself struggling with the skills or qualities necessary to be successful in school be sure to check out the Center For Academic Success!

Goodluck to all students as they adjust to their new schedules!!!

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