Here's what I've found. They do not require as many classes as NAU. You only need to take statistics on top of what you took for your ADN as a prereq. I'm taking it through Rio Salado distance and it's not bad at all. You will need 10 upper division general ed classes or credits (sorry I can't remember which right now) to graduate but the nursing portion will only take 12 months. They start classes in Aug and Jan.
I had been hoping to do the U of A's old RN-BSN program but they are not bring it back anytime soon. Let me know if you need anymore information.
I start the program this fall. I'm down in Tucson but there are a group of us traveling together. We'll be going up to Phoenix once a week for a year. Classes are from 2-6pm with some online content. Hope that helps.