In my BSN-program research, I found the following schools have "accelerated" online BSN's:
Fayettville State University (part of UNC) now has a 13-month online program that starts in August. I't $64/credit in state. Cons: FSU just scrapped their generic BSN program due to a 30% NCLEX pass rate, so its reputation isn't good. Also, it's back to clinicals (critical care), and organic chemistry.
Chamberlain claims I can finish in "as little as 10 months", but they are very expensive.
University of North Alabama has a "flex-track" program but it takes 18 months and they are inflexible regarding pre-requisites and actually want me to complete more history/english/math/speech/chemistry classes...There's also a non-negotiable requirement for a nutrition class that's not even for nurse, it's just a generic, very basic nutrition class.
Slippery Rock has a program that doesn't require any pre-requisites for RN's that have a non-nursing bachelor's degree, and the tuition is very reasonable, but the program is 39 credits and takes at least 18 months.