Good morning all!I am moving back stateside soon (hubby is active duty Air Force) and I finally get to go back to school! I have a Bachelor's in Health Systems Management. It got me a government desk job (which I HATED). I am considering going back to school for nursing.I was accepted to an ADN program at our last base, but declined the position due to a new baby and a husband deploying. So now my kids are all in school, and I'm wondering which path to take.The ADN program is local and I would be dual enrolled with the University (an hr away) to bridge seamlessly into the BSN. However, this will take 3-4 years. After the ADN program is completed, the BSN portion is online.The traditional BSN would take me 2 years. The catch is, the school is a hr drive, and the winters there are HARSH.OR, I could apply for that same school's accelerated BSN, which will take 15 months, but it's an online classroom, traveling all around the state for clinicals. Which option sounds like the best one to take? Any advice would be great! Thanks!!