Hmm. I don't post much here, but I had to reply to this. I don't believe that an accredited ADN program requires no math. Unless you placed out of the math needed.
My program requires MAT 110 (College Algebra) and several other prerequisites including English and Social Sciences, etc.. anyway, I am really bad at math and literally had to start at the very bottom, Developmental Math. I passed the first classes with an A and B. But the harder stuff, I just don't retain the information very well. After those comes MAT 101, then MAT 102, then I can finally take MAT 110. I am about to try to pass MAT 101 (Beginning Algebra) for the second time bc I had to drop it the first time. I really wish I had not gotten behind, but I was involved in two different DSS cases and was caring for children that were taken from their mother which was a huge challenge. They acted out majorly. Since it has calmed down and things have a permanent solution, I am retrying. That is 3 math classes I have taken, (two classes were in one semester though) and I have 3 more including this one that I am repeating. That is 6 math classes! And that is only the math! This semester I am nervous because I had to take a full course load in order for my Financial Aid to pay for what I needed. I was told to take BIO 112 (Basic A&P) because the A&P classes are heavily weighted and very challenging at my school. If I don't get a good grade on them I will not place into the program.
I also am struggling to take everything I need before Spring 2021 because that is when TEAS testing becomes mandatory at my school. I don't want to have to test in math again because I know I will lose some of the information. I simply dont have enough spots to take everything I need before Spring 2021. I am hoping I can do really well and take some Summer classes... but taking BIO along with two other classes in Summer will be extremely difficult with kids out of school... I just don't know. I guess I will have to brush up on everything for the TEAS test and just suck it up and do it. My point is, no actual degree program will forego the general education unless it actually is just a diploma or certificate program. This is just my two cents, I don't know your school. What school is it?