There are very few RN programs that are offered in non-traditional times, though a few LPN ones. Pen valley a branch of the metropolitian community college on the Missouri side has a part time evening program (both LPN and RN, I believe) though I think that it only starts like every other year or something.
Donnelly College, a private non-profit Catholic college in Kansas City Kansas offers an LPN program evening/weekend. Though it is private, it's pretty cheap (like $5000 tuition/books and everything; that half the cost of Pen valley's LPN) Plus they have a 100% pass rate their first year.
Those are the only resonably priced schools, that I know that offer classes on this type of schedule for their nursing program
. There are some for profit, trade schools that offer that sort of thing for their LPN programs on a part time basis usually, but they are pricey and in my opinion not really worth it.
As far as pre-licensure BSN programs I do not personally know of any who have less traditional class times perhaps someone else will be able to help you out with that.