Posts Tagged ‘courses’

Registration Stress

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

I remember in high school when I would look through a sheet of paper with a short list of classes that were offered for the 2 electives I had space for in my already-determined academic schedule, and I would always get excited to choose which electives I wanted to take. Then, all I had to do was make a check mark next to the classes and turn in the piece of paper to my teacher, and a few days later–bam–there was my schedule for the next semester.


Final Thoughts on Intro to Christian Theology

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Last semester I took intro to Christian theology with Prof. Kevin Vaughan. I did pretty well in that class. A lot of the course you can learn just by going to class. The quizzes weren’t that hard without reading the books, again due to being in class, because most days we would go over readings in class. The projects take the teachings in class and takes people that represent them. For example, one of the last project I did was on Wilfred Cantwell Smith, a pioneer in helping understand and see both differences and similarities between Christian and Muslim religions. This concept is what we learned about two weeks before the assignment was due. I really appreciate the class because it helped me see into not just Christianity, but other religions and perspectives as well.

Physical Therapy 2nd Year Spring Semester Classes

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Beginning January 17, I will officially begin my final semester of “in-class” coursework in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) program at the College of St. Scholastica. It is a 3-year, 108 credit program, with the last year consisting of three 8-12 week internships. I already completed one 8 week internship in Fargo, ND at Sanford Medical Center and am set up to be in Vadnais Heights, MN at Viverant (July-Sept) and in Phoenix, AZ at Touchstone Rehabilitation (Sept-Nov), and one more unknown location in a rural setting. I am very excited about what is to come, but first I have to get through the spring semester that will include courses such as:


A Change in Plans

Saturday, November 12th, 2016

Coming to college I had one very clear goal, become a teacher. I started out thinking math education was for me, but soon found out that social studies was my passion. Within my first semester of classes I had changed my major. This only delayed me a little bit, a few summer courses were now necessary. I had always envisioned graduating in 4 years, teaching within 4 months of graduating. That was my long game.


Summer Class

Saturday, June 4th, 2016

I have to take 8 credits this summer to fulfill a credit requirement for graduation. I registered for classes at Lake Supeior College since they are more affordable without financial aid. The credits directly transfer to CSS, which is nice.