I did Chamberlain's RN-BSN in 2008-2010 after I graduated from EC. As far as Chamberlain was concerned, "RN" meant that you met requirements as far as science, etc. They do require additional math, but I had two other degrees that satisfied most of my general ed stuff. With EC's change to require math as part of its curriculum, you would likely satisfy that requirement with Chamberlain. It was a good program - I got a lot of credit for my 206 existing college credits from Chamberlain, though I still had to do an upper-level sociology and also economics. Chamberlain is very pricey, though - I had great tuition reimbursement that went far because I used it over 3 calendar years, though it only took me 18 months for my BSN. I would suggest investigating your state universities as well - so many have online degree completion options now. Good luck!