- 0May 23, '13 by BritneyB27I'm looking into what programs I will be applying to for next year. I want to do an ASBN but need a program that doesn't require chemistry as a pre req. Any suggestions for good programs?
- 0May 24, '13 by HammockBoundWhy dont you want to take CHM? It wasnt overly difficult. Im taking nutrition now after CHM and it goes over a lot of the Chm. I took an online course but I didnt find it terribly difficult. (I hated Chemistry in HS) My school allowed CHM1032 which is chemistry for health science. You should look into that instead.
- 0May 24, '13 by BritneyB27It's not that I don't want to take chem, I just can't fit it into my graduation plan. I was thinking of taking it over the summer after I graduate, but that's only if I don't get into any of the programs that I will initially apply for. I was just wondering if anyone had any personal recommendations for programs that don't require chem
- 0May 24, '13 by Don1984, RN, BSNYou need to google second degree BSN and then find the ones close to you and look up the requirements. We have no idea where you live, whether you are willing to relocate or GPA. All nursing programs are highly competitive and most require you to complete the pre-req. prior to applying.
- 0May 24, '13 by SilverOwlQuote from SweetCornUofR doesn't require chemistry, but it does require Micro, and it may be difficult to get IN to a Micro class w/out chemistry... I took a bunch of chem before taking Micro so I don't remember what the prereqs were for that particular class...I know of a few off the top of my head...
I can't speak to the quality of any of them, I only know they don't have a chem requirement.
University of Southern Maine
University of Rochester (NY)
Johns Hopkins U (Baltimore)
- 0May 24, '13 by AccelCNL2b16I would advise you to to take at least on chem course. The nursing admissions game is very fierce one and there are not enough spots for all qualified applicants. Maximize your options. The ABSN program I am starting in the fall only had three prereqs (AP I&II, Micro, one Chem course) but I had taken a whole lot of other classes as an undergrad knowing that I wanted to maximize my options ( such as Ethics, 2 other chem courses, a gen bio course, soc, 2 psych, etc.). Maximize your options. Taking on chem course can dramatically increase your options.