Goodwin College program is getting better from when it first started. It definitely isn't as good as St. Jo's (they probably have the best program in the state) but in the big picture in nursing, it won't matter once you are out there working and getting experience.
A couple of considerations: If you are really young, maybe St Joseph's would be a great school for you. You can get out with a Bachelor's and still be young when starting your career. If you are in your middle 20's or older, I'd go with the 2 year degree just to get done and get your job.
The other thought is, if you get accepted to both schools
, what will the cost be? Maybe one of the schools will offer you alot more financial aid and that will make the difference.
Bottom line is, one school is a little better than the other, but your learning will really be once you become a nurse and start working.