They are both good programs associated with good hospitals.
The difference, one costs more and is more widely known throughout the US. Where you get your nursing degree does not play a single factor in where you can get a job or the number of opportunities.
I have my RN from a diploma program and I had more experience than many other BSN grads because they received half the clinical experience I did.
A key factor, find out how much clinical time is spent in the hospital. Both programs are associated with hospitals, so you will most likely have clinical priority over other local programs. Find out who offers the most clinical experience.
Also check out the percentage of their NCLEX pass rate. My school had a 99% pass rate!
Overall, he reputation and cost of the school will not affect your nursing career. I would suggest to more on the prestigious schools
for your advance practice.