absn Programs with minimum pre-requirements

  1. Been looking at various programs and they all have different pre-requirements forcing me to take random classes like public speaking and ethics for example. I was wondering if you can provide me programs that take traditional core classes like anatomy,physio, chem, bio etc... I am interested in the absn program specifically. I also took the Teas exam already as well. So programs that I cover the requirements for absn would be great. Feel free to post some programs and I will take a look at them.
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  3. by   Guy in Babyland
  4. by   Atl-Murse
    They all the same basic requirements, A&P, microbiology math/ English etc. Instead of trying to analyze all 18 million ABSN, pick 3 in your local area talk to admission rep and get complete the classes you need
  5. by   AceOfHearts<3
    I did up an excel spreadsheet with the ones I was interested in (based on location) to compare pre-req requirements.

    I really don't know how many replies you will get with what you want- you are asking others to do the work for you and programs change requirements all the time.
  6. by   meanmaryjean
    Public speaking and ethics are not 'random'. Communication and an ethical framework are foundational to nursing. They are required components of most baccalaureate degrees.
  7. by   idkmybffjill
    It might be more productive to post in the forum for your state or at least the states you are specifically willing to relocate to. The two accelerated BSN programs I've applied to require mostly science and related courses (A&P, micro, nutrition, human growth and development) with a statistics course, but they're Florida programs. That may not be a state you want to move to.
  8. by   mmc51264
    It is odd how some programs want different things. I have a BS in Biology and looked at ABSN programs. They were all different. I didn't have the right foreign language, or writing class. I ended up going the ADN route and then RN-BSN later. It was less time than if I had done an ABSN. weird.