Johns Hopkins has a second degree BSN with a direct entry to advanced practice option. You apply to both the BSN portion and the MSN specialty at the same time. The BSN portion is 13.5 months long with the length of the MSN portion dependant on the specialty you decide on.
If you do decide to live closer to DC, then Georgetown has a similar second degree BSN option. Again, you also have the option of direct entry to advanced practice. One thing to consider about Georgetown is that they offer a scholarship
program in conjunction with Washington Hospital Center. If you sign a 3 year contract to work for WHS after you graduate, then they will pay for 80% of your tuition at Georgetown.
A third option is Univ. of MD's clinical nurse leader program (CNL). This is a little different than traditional second degree BSN options, and is a fairly new program. If you have a Bachelor's degree in another field, then you can apply directly to the CNL program, which is a direct entry MSN program. The CNL is basically a generalized master's prepared nurse. Sort of like a BSN, just at the master's level.
Hope some of this info. helped.