None of the colleges I applied to needed college level math, but I had to have completed, with a "C" or better in high school, Algebra, Chemistry and Biology. I'm 37, so that was a while ago for me also.
They just want to be sure you understand the basic concepts of math and science, so you can apply them to the advanced sciences, and the nursing math. Some colleges require seperate math courses, but the one I'm at integrates into all of the nursing courses, starting with Fundamentals.
I'm getting my ADN, but I also needed, besided the pre-req's, several electives, like Sociology. Also, A&P2 is a requirement for all nursing programs. I'm finding out now, unfortunately, that it is best to take that BEFORE you enter the nursing program. I had to leave the nursing program so I could finish A&P2, Microbiology and Ethics. I just couldn't handle 14 credits and a family all at once.
The best way to find out what each school requires is to meet with an academic advisor. If you have the experience, some courses you may be able to CLEP.