For my program prerequisites, there was a two part anatomy and physiology, 1 & 2. The first part being anatomy (the easiest), and physiology part (being the hardest due to having to understand actual processes). I am getting my BSN, so there is a ton of prereq's. With my A&P courses:
Sophomore year, 1st semester: A&P 1 (BIO 210) w/ lab, CHEM 110 w/ lab, Life Span and Dev., MAT 110 (college algebra), and Art 101.
Sophomore year, 2cd semester: A&P 2 (BIO 211) w/ lab, CHEM 111 w/ lab, ENG 201, HIS 102, POLY SCI 101.
Tough, tough, tough, but worth it cramming all those classes.
My freshman year was spent at a private liberal arts college, where i got in the prereq classes (i also took easy A classes like college life to keep my gpa in top shape) : statistics, english 101 and 102, biology 101 plus lab, math 102, speech and communications 101, psychology 201, sociology 101, and advanced spanish 102.
I enrolled there before i knew what i really wanted to do with my life, so that left me a semester behind when i transferred but i wouldn't change it for anything.