All the talk about an ADN being any less desirable than a BSN is crap! After graduation we all take the same NCLEX-RN! There's no NCLEX-BSN or NCLEX-ADN - it's all the SAME test!! The only difference between the two degrees is that if you want to someday be in a management position (charge, manager, etc) you generally (though not always) need to have a BSN. And I totally agree - the doctors know virtually nothing about the RNs taking care of their patients! I did a few week rotation in the ER and they don't care what degree (ADN vs BSN) that you have!! You get hired based on getting your foot in the door. If they know you and you made a good impression (during clinicals or preceptorship) - they're more likely to hire you.
CSN's program is second only to UNLV in the state!! The NCLEX pass rates were just slightly under UNLV's - which is pretty darn awesome if you ask me!! (As of two years ago - not sure how they currently stand...but I can't imagine it changes that much.) Just because CSN offers an ADN program doesn't mean it's easy. About half of the people who get accepted each semester will fail out at some point. They expect a lot of their students and want to make us just as hirable as any other RN graduate! You're not going to find that kind of education at NSC (I've taken a couple classes there and know someone who graduated from their RN program).
Good luck with your decision!!