1. MTSU has an LPN to BSN program, but it only cuts out about one semester of the 5 required semesters.
2. The time it takes you to finish your LPN education you could be halfway done if not completely done with your BSN and ASN. I worked full time while in MTSU nursing school
, but it wasnt easy and you wont have much of a social life, but it can be done.
3. As far as cost are concerned, Aquinas would be to most expensive, the other places are pretty similar in prices. Also you need to look to see if the school is accredited or not.
4. TSU's holistic masters degree is completely online and the woman who developed it if an Instructor in the MTSU Nursing school, if you go there you will meet her your last semester! She is awesome!
I hope this kinda helps.