I went to Duke's accelerated BSN program for sixteen months and my whole BSN cost me forty grand. To get a BSN and an MSN from Duke would cost about eighty grand - still less than Emory at $120K. Why Emory specifically? Just asking - I went to Duke because it was the shortest route to a BSN around here and for some reason I didn't get into UNC's accelerated OR their 2-year program (but got into Duke first try - go figure - with a cum laude BS degree and A's in all my prereqs). I was fortunate in that I'm only in debt by half the cost of attendance.
Emory's got prestige, yes, but I'd say Duke is nothing to sneeze at either. Plus I've got sixteen hours of classes at the graduate level that will transfer AT the graduate level should I not attend Duke for my MSN (which I find highly unlikely as I plan on sticking with the evil I know!).
There are other schools with equal prestige that don't cost six figures, even for a direct entry MSN. I'm not judging your decision, just trying to encourage you to explore other avenues.
Note to readers - IN NO WAY am I saying ANYTHING negative about other schools, so please don't flame me as if I were. I know I'm lucky to have been able to go to Duke; I'm a Navy brat, not a debutante; an Air Force officer, not a trust fund kid. BELIEVE me.