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Class Schedule
  • Spring 2015 Class Schedule - Spring 2015 Class Schedule - Printable Version (PDF) of the Spring Class Schedule with registration notes - This document is a MUST READ before attempting to select your class schedule. (last updated 12/12/2014)

  • Fall 2014 Class Schedule  - Printable Version (PDF) of the Fall Class Schedule with registration notes - This document is a MUST READ before attempting to select your classes. (Updated 11/13/14)

  • Course Semester Schedules with real-time available class seats and book list (book list is available 3 weeks before the start of each semester). Select the School Year (2014/15) and/or Semester (Fall or Spring) from the drop-down list.
Lecture courses in the Associate Degree Program (Nursing, and Liberal Arts and Sciences) are typically offered during the day and evening (8 am - 5 pm), and courses in the RN-Bachelor's Degree Program (Nursing, and Liberal Arts and Sciences) are offered at night (5 pm - 9 pm).  Please check the current class schedule to view the when courses are being offered. 

Current students should contact their Academic Advisor to discuss class schedules and course offerings.  Prospective students should contact the Admissions Department at 513-585-2401.

Please be aware that there is no assurance that a student will have either a morning, afternoon, or evening section of nursing lecture and/or clinical class meeting times.  A student may have day classes/clinical for one semester and evening classes/clinical for another semester. There may also be a mixture of day and evening nursing class meetings within a semester for a student.  Students must be able to adjust their work and personal schedules to accommodate the meeting times that are available for nursing classes and clinical at the time of scheduling each semester.

Registration Instructions

Current students should check their College email near the registration period for registration instructions and dates, or click here.

Course Instruction Modalities

The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers a variety of teaching modalities to meet the needs of its students.   Included below are the definitions of each modality used at the College.  Students are encouraged to view the course description for each course before registering to ensure that the course fits into their learning style and scheduling needs.    

  • Face-to-face: The majority of instruction time is in the classroom but may include up to 45% of online instructional time. Any class that does not include a class note stating otherwise is being offered face-to-face.
  • Hybrid: Between 50% and 75% of the instructional time for this course will be online.  Any class delivered as hybrid will have a class note stating such.
  • Online: Between 75% and 100% of the instructional time for this course will be online. Some face-to-face instruction might be required. Any class delivered as online will have a class note stating such.

All faculty are permitted to use a variety of delivery modalities and learning activities, including, but not limited to, online delivery, field work, off-site activities, and clinical work. Student should always refer to the syllabus for each course for an explanation of the manner in which a course will be delivered. All syllabi are posted on Blackboard one week prior to the beginning of the semester. 

Transcript Review

Coursework completed at prior institutions will be evaluated during the admission process. Prospective students will receive a written notification of transferable coursework and an explanation of how these transferred courses apply to their curriculum. This information will arrive shortly after you receive your offer of admission to the College.

Bookstore Information 

The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences has partnered with Joseph-Beth Bookstore to provide a easy and affordable way to purchase textbooks, materials, and nursing uniforms,  For more bookstore information please click here.  Current students should check their email for book information including Campus Days.

 For additional information, questions, or concerns, please contact the Perry Carroll at (513) 585-0365 or or Brian Sheeley at (513) 585-1426 or