Please excuse me if I am rambling, but I am just very confused by this whole process. I received my letter of acceptance to CNR's 2nd degree BSN program. The letter states that a 3-credit class is over $2,000. That is extremely expensive. Additionally, due to the distance of the school, I would have to move on campus and resign from my job. I like CNR's program because it is designed for students who do not have the prerequisites other Accelerated BSN programs want you to have. But I am not quite sure if CNR is worth the price. It seems it would be cheaper to go and get my prerequisites then apply for an accelerated BSN course in one of the CUNY colleges. But that would means extra years (the CNR program is only 5 semesters) and due to personal reasons, it's not feasible for me to devote very long to a nursing program. Plus, I have heard that some of these programs are hard to get into and have waiting lists that can stretch to 2 or more years. Others have suggested to me to go get my ASN instead of BSN. It's cheaper and only 2 years. Plus, they've told me many schools will accept your credits from your B.S., which will decrease the length of the course. But I worry about the marketability of having an associates instead of a bachelor's in nursing.I apologize if the above is confusing. It just seems like there is so many different information out there and I don't know which one to believe. In your professional opinion, does it make sense to go to CNR or would it be better to look into the other 2 options? And which one would make me more marketable?