any rn program is going to have pre rec's. what about la county school of nursing, they even have a 30unit option if you want to cut out a lot of pre rec's. problem with this is that it is not a degree and you can only work in ca.
for wgu you can get in with an aa does not have to be a ba.
here is some info from them:
to be "admissions-ready," you must meet the following requirements:
must possess a current cpr certification at the healthcare provider level.
must possess a minimum of a cna, lvn, or lpn license and have patient care experience.
must submit at least one letter of recommendation from your current healthcare employer.
must provide transcripts from all previous institutions that shows you have earned a bachelor's or associate's degree.
these transcripts will enable wgu to determine whether you have completed the pre-nursing requisites (listed below) that will enable you to become a "clinical-ready" candidate.