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I would not go to a "for profit" school -- one that exists to make money for its owners. I would chose a "non-profit" institution that exists primarily to provide education.
I would start by looking at state-supported schools in your region (either 4-year colleges or community colleges) because they are probably the least expensive. If money is not a problem for you (Most ITT programs cost a fortune. I don't know the costs of Brown Mackie.) ... see if you can manage a 4-year BSN entry program at one of the state schools. That would be my first choice -- assuming that your local state schools are reasonably reputable, which most are.
If the state colleges and community colleges don't work for you ... then I would look at the private, non-profit institutions in your region. They may be excellent, but are probably more expensive than the state schools. But at least they are driven by a mission of education rather one of making a profit for the school's owners.
Hey come check out Itt i like it there and i really feel that its a fast track program. So the good news is you will be an RN but at brown mackie you will be an LPN
How much are you going to pay for ITT? My local branch at ITT is almost $60,000 for an Associate's Degree. That's more than a 4-year BSN in my area -- definitely not worth all that money -- especially since (according to their own catelogue) the ITT credits don't transfer to many colleges and universities.