I've talked with my nursing advisor and she told me that I won't be able to complete a lot of my BSN non-nursing subjects while in school. Not that I was planning on doing that because I've learned that nursing school is very intensive on the nursing school part.
But I have two semesters before I would be going to nursing school, as in I apply for a fall start next semester, and so I would have the spring and summer semesters to fit in as much of the non-nursing courses as possible.
For the spring semester I've signed up for A&P II, English II, a math class, a psych class and a philosophy class. Two are needed for the ADN portion of school and the others for transfer.
Over the summer I was considering taking a bunch of science classes Bio 101, Chem 101 and microbiology. Would that be too much you think?
I'm passing my A&P I class with a 96% and I enjoy science. It would also get all of my science related courses out of the way and I could focus on nursing and my "toss away" classes (art and history) during nursing school until next summer.