I just got accepted into an ADN program (associates of applied science in nursing). They have a points-based admissions program as follows:
Completion of co-reqs
Paid direct patient care experience hours
Completion of CNA, Phlebotomy, EMT-Basic or Intro to Health Professions
You get points based on the categories above. The required pre-reqs are: Writing 121, Intermediate Algebra, Anatomy, Healthy Lifestyles and Psychology. You get additional points if you complete all the co-reqs: Physiology, Microbiology, Microbiology Lab, Pharmacology, Human Growth & Development, Humanities (core), Communications (core).
If you are accepted, you can be placed into the full-time 2-Year track or the part-time 3-Year track. The part-time track allows you to work up to 20 hours per week while you're going to school. I was placed in the 3-Year track, so I'm going to work on courses towards the BSN while I'm completing the ADN. That way, when I'm done with my ADN, all I have left to do is my clinicals for the BSN
The university where I want to get my BSN has an agreement with our school that will allow you to do this if you're currently an ADN student.