As for online RN/BSN there are many, many choices now. The important thing is to find the program that suite your individual needs. No program is best for everyone. For instance if your employer is paying for courses then tuition and books may not be a priority. If you are paying all the costs yourself then this becomes important. This may include things like the amount of credits they will transfer, the cost, the required courses, etc. You can start by making a list of criteria that is important for you then check each program and give points in each category until your list is narrowed down. Once you choose and start a program it still may not be what you want. In this case finish the course that you are enrolled in and go with another school, transferring in the course you just completed. Good luck.