I am doing my prerequisites (for an accelerated BSN program) at my local community college. The prerequisites for my BSN program are A&P I&II, Chemistry I&II, Micro (all with lab), Intro Psych, Intro Sociology, Ethics, Statistics and Intro to Computers (this last one is subject to waiver).
The prerequisites for the Associate's Degree program at this community college are A&P I and Medical Terminology
(which is extremely helpful whether or not you need it - I find that I'm often at an advantage in A&P thanks to Med Term!). This college also allows you to take the non-nursing course requirements (English, Humanities, etc.) before you start the program, since there is a 2-year waiting list.
Keep in mind that if you DO end up taking classes you don't need for the Associate's degree, like Chemistry and Statistics, they ARE required if you decide at some point to continue your education to get your BSN... so it's not a loss by any means!