SCC/Sutter Extended Campus program - this is an ASN program that runs for 16 months (after prerequisites are completed)
Sac State's BSN program.
Samuel Merritt has a program in Sacramento, including entry level masters and accelerated programs.
Kaplan and Unitek don't not offer an RN program. I'm pretty sure at least some of the others you mention also don't offer RN programs. Carrington's program is LVN to RN.
Sorry, I'm not spending the time to look up current pricing and so forth. You're presumably just as capable of using google as I am
But private programs are generally quite expensive, to the extent that it's questionable whether being able to work earlier is financially worth it.
You're going to have a hard time getting around the fact that nursing programs
take a long time. ASN programs take way longer than two years when you throw in the prereqs, but many of the BSN programs take a proportionally longer time as well. There are programs in other parts of the country that are truly 2 year, but I don't believe there is any such option in the Sacramento region.