I started at CSUDH for RN-BSN in Spring 2018 and graduating Spring 2019. I started without my license because I did not want to wait to continue school. CSUDH was fully online with the exception of 2 on campus days for physical assessment. The program isn't difficult, but it was challenging to get professors and CSUDH staff to get back to you via email or telephone. Financial aid, records, and the school of nursing staff were hard to get a hold of or had long hold times.
Some instructors did not provide any feedback on assignments or essays and some were thoroughly involved. It was hit or miss with instructors. The program was pretty well organized for the most part, but some parts were not. Clinical placement was challenging, but other students had easier/better experiences.
If you are looking for a program that will accept you without a license then this is a good choice. If you don't need that then please look elsewhere or do your research. A few other students I talked to had similar experiences as I did.