As many of you may know based off of reading my first blog post, I was previously a nursing major and am now going to school for Forensic Anthropology and focusing on going to medical school in the future. I finally got registered for classes for Spring 2017 just two days ago and I am pretty satisfied with my schedule. Below is my college schedule for Spring 2017:

  • Humans and Their Environments
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Preparatory Algebra
  • Introduction to Archaeology
  • Introduction to Archaeology lab

Overall, I am taking 17 out of a maximum 18 credits for the semester. It will be my first time ever doing that since attending a community college so I am a little nervous about my course load but I think with most of my classes being introductory classes I should be okay.

What classes are you taking for the Spring 2017 semester?


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Hello there and welcome to my blog.


This is going to be a place for me to document my journey from a Forensic Anthropology major to medical school and onward. I have always had a million different topics/fields that I am interested in but no matter what I seemed to do I kept coming back to this plan on going to medical school. It wasn't until I got into nursing school and started attending that I realized that it just wasn't exactly what I wanted to do in life. Close, but not exactly there. I decided to withdraw from nursing school not only because it wasn't interesting me as much as I had hoped but because I was really needing to work at the time. Here I am now, a few months later from making that decision and am headed back to school but this time a university and I'll be majoring in Forensic Anthropology. I hope that I can use the knowledge from my undergraduate degree in my practice of medicine, I would love to become a medical examiner after medical school. I am very excited for the future and to see where this journey leads me. Please feel free to follow me to see the everyday life of a premed student and one day medical student.

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