Human Development, Pathopysiology and Nutrition are integrated into the nursing program, so if you go to a MCCCD program, you will not need those. Also, the other classes you listed I notice are part of the ASU BSN program, not the RN to BSN program.
I am putting a link to the checkoff sheet for the RN to BSN bridge program for MCCCD to ASU.
Basically, all you need above and beyond what you needed to get into the MCCCD program is MAT142, Stats, 10 upper division elective credit hours and make sure you have a "global", "historical", and "cultural" class. For these categories, I just called a nursing advisor at ASU and had her look at my transcripts and tell me if I needed anything.