You're welcome! No it's really never too late. You will probably have to take a few different classes and some that you may have already taken probably won't count towards what you will need for nursing. Here's what I did... I was actually a business major to begin with when I first started at TCC. I took courses like accounting, intro to business, and so on. Well, after working at a bank I have realized I am not really into a desk job 8 hours a day, plus I like science/medicine. Anyways, I went and talked to a counselor and changed my degree plan to the Associates Degree- it is like a general plan that includes a lot of room to get the pre-req's necessary for most nursing programs
. There are still some I have to take that were not on the degree plan, but UTA sent a letter to the financial aid office letting them know I need those courses for UTA so my grants will still work and I am going to save some money by still getting them out of the way at TCC. But I would get in and talk to a counselor/advisor asap so you can register for classes for this summer or this fall. That's probably more info than you were wanting- sorry.