All nursing schools
have science prerequisites. Generally they include: Anatomy & Physiology I and II, Microbiology, and Chemistry. And most nursing schools require that you take General Psychology, Sociology, and Statistics (or some form of higher level college math). Since you already have your bachelors degree, you will want to look for accelerated bachelors degree in nursing programs
. These programs are typically designed for people who already have a bachelors degree in something else. I would definitely recommend taking your prerequisite classes at a community college. Its sooo much cheaper. Since your have a GPA that is more on the low end from your previous degree, you will need to do really well in your prerequisite classes and bring it up. Depending on the program, some only look at your prerequisite GPA and others look at your cumulative. A competitive GPA for a nursing school
application is somewhere around a 3.50. Also, keep in mind that you will also need to take a entrance exam as part of the application process. This will measure what you learned in your prerequisite classes and gauge how well you will do in nursing school. Do some research and find out what programs are in your area and go and meet with advisors. Good luck!