When I was looking for an RN to BSN program, my criteria were that it had to
1) be online, so I could go to school without me having to schedule work around it,
2) offer assessment and pathophysiology, because many California NP programs have those courses in their pre-reqs (I didn't want to graduate with my BSN and have to take those two classes after the fact because schools
that I'm applying to require them),
3) be affiliated with a brick and mortar school/not be a for-profit, because although online education is becoming more acceptable, I'm aware that still exists a stigma among some people towards for-profits... I'd rather not have that be an issue when applying for jobs or grad school in the future, and
4) have grades, so that my overall GPA could be boosted up due to my low GPA from my first undergrad degree.