The time commitment is large, but I've heard that about all nursing programs
. I'd say 75% of our class works at least some (10-20 hours per week) and about 1/3 have kids (some babies, some older). So far, everyone in our class has been able to survive the juggling act. The one thing with this program is that you don't get to choose what classes you take when. They tell you when your classes are period. You move through the program as a group and do everything together. So if you need flexibility, I'd suggest you look at another type of program.
But with all that said, I have also heard that the post-bac BSN program for Metro is going away (I believe we are the last class), and it's changing to a master level program instead. I think they are still working out the details on how it will work, but from what I've heard it's something like five semesters straight, full time. But you'd need to check with them for more details.