Biochemistry 4 credits instead of Chemistry for Entry Level MSN?
- 0Jul 31, '12 by DMMNursingI was going through admission requirements for entry level masters in nursing and it looks like most schools require Biochemistry (4 credits) as a prereq in addition to Microbiology, Anat & Phys I and II. Does that mean general/organic chemistry is not required here?
I have an undergrad in Business Administration.
- 0Jul 31, '12 by leenakThe community college that I take pre-reqs at offers a 1 semester biochem class that fulfills chem and biochem requirements at nearby nursing schools. Most nursing schools in my area don't require chem though. I imagine a similar course would fulfill your pre-req but it is good always to ask.
- 0Aug 2, '12 by Shorty11, BSN, RNI have a BS in biology with a minor in chem. (working on a BSN currently) Gen Chem 1 & 2, as well as Organic 1 & 2, were required prereqs for Biochemistry at the University I attended. I had to complete 4 semesters of chem prereqs before I was able to take Biochem 1. Although schools tend to have different prereqs/requirements from one to the next, just a fair warning that their may be one (or more) prereqs you need to take care of first. I would check with the individual school where you plan to take Biochem and see what the requirements/prereqs for Biochem are at that particular school (if any). Good luck!
- 0Aug 2, '12 by leenakOh I should've also said the 1 semester biochem at the community college near me only requires high school chem as a pre-req. I only noticed this class because 1 of the BSN programs required Biochem and had a transfer agreement with the community college. So I started looking at there it was.