Hello all, I am 25 years old and one year out of college. I received my bachelor's degree in Philosophy with the intention of going to law school. After a year of thinking it over, I have come to the conclusion that law school is probably not for me. Nursing is something I had always entertained but never thought about seriously (my father has been an emergency room nurse in NYC for over a decade and has always loved his job). After some deliberation and many long talks with my father, I think that I would like to become a nurse. My problem is mainly this: having majored in philosophy and minored in English literature, I went through all of college without ever taking any real science classes (besides two astronomy classes which obviously are not relevant), and the truth is I am very confused about where to start. From what I have researched online, I believe I would be able to apply to an accelerated BSN program if I take the prerequisite classes. Is this the path I take? Do you need to have some other type of nursing degree to be considered for a BSN, or will my bachelor's plus the prereqs be sufficient? It seems that if I can find guidance anywhere it would be these forums. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!