id say you have 4 options:
1) Get into an accelerated BSN 2nd degree program, usually they go from 15months-2years
2) Get into a Traditonal 4 year program, however having college classes under your belt you would proably start out at the sophomore level
3) Go to a CC, remebers its not really 2 years. Unless you have the preqs done, you will have to spend a year or so doing the prereqs then applying to the CC program, so really a community college is 3 years
4) Go lpn route then lpn-rn, or lpn-bsn
My situation was somewhat familar to yours. I graduated college with a non nursing 4 year degree and I am currently doing option 2 right now, in a 4 year university program, but because I did most of the prerequsites I am at the sophomore level, if this semster is a success I will be a junior next year -the clincal portion! What I would recomend regardless of what you want to do is get as many prereqs done as possbile, most places they will not consider your applicatoin until the pre reqs are done and it just makes your application more competitive. Prereqs vary a bit by school/program but they usually go: Anatomy/Phys 1&2, Microbio, Stats, some type of Chem. I would recommend taking the preqreqs at a CC, for cost and more class avabliltiy.
A note for option 2 the CC route, bear in mind that CCs prefer to accept thier own students before "outside" students into their nursing program
. So lets say you went to CC A- you did all your prerequsites at CC A and now you wish to apply to a Nursing program. Of course you will apply to CC A but you want to apply to more than one program, so you also apply to the Nursing programs
at CC B, CC-D, CC-E. Now lets say the preqres for CC B,D,E are the same as the prereqs at CC A, yet your chances of getting into those other community colleges (aside from CC A) will be incredibly low because you have not been a student at thier college. Some Comunity colleges even if you have all the prereqs done will still not accept your application unless you have already done 6 credits at thier school-means you will have to spend 1 semster taking BS classes just to fill their policy.