Hello. I am new to posting on this forum and I was hoping for some opinions on this topic. I am currently working on taking my prerequisite classes for my Associates, and ran into a huge issue. My school changed the degree name to Associates of Applied Science with a major in nursing and took out a ton of GE classes that were previously required. I was hoping to attend a great RN-BSN program afterwards and had the plans already set. Now I have 9 (well 10 if you include a prerequisite to one of the classes) that are required to get into this BSN program I want that I am not offered in my program. I am just going to work hard and take them all and do what I need to do. Well now I am at a crossroads of some sort and don't know which direction to take. The BSN program I want to get into just changed their requirements and dropped chemistry from the list but you still have to have the hours in some sort of electives. But I thought chemistry was important and this doesn't really make any sense to me. So I was thinking about taking chemistry anyway, and wanted to know some opinions on this. My husband thinks I am crazy to WANT to take more classes than I need to (really I kind of love to learn as much as possible and I think everyone should) but I thought it was important. I mean if there is chemistry in the every day of the job, chemistry on the TEAS V (which I am taking in a few months) and on the NCLEX-RN why wouldn't it be necessary? Sorry so long of a question I really appreciate your thoughts!