When looking for an education (especially from a trade school type college) it is not best to ask others for recommendations, you should ask the schools for the following to help you decide which program best fits your goals:
[ul][li]List of classes[/li][li]The curriculum for the classes of interest (this will help you to see exactly what is being taught, rather than basing it off of a title)[/li][li]A book list for the classes of interest (this will help you to identify how useful the information is to you)[/li][/ul]
If you were doing physical classes I would say to ask if you can meet the instructors, but with online classes the instructors vary.
Also since these are online classes, while you are deciding ask the school if they can setup a temporary login for their online classes for you to review some classes and the user interface to make sue that you can become comfortable with it. The recruiting reps will give false information to get you to sign your name, don't trust their words only trust what can be proven.
I am a graduate of Westwood College (another trade school style college) and I chose that school over the two you listed, plus 4 other trade type schools and 3 major universities because the information I found before I signed any paperwork displayed that I would learn more with them. Do your research and you will find the best way to get the education that you want. As an FYI, if you are looking more for opensource application and programming that trade school will not be best for that since they generally hold tightly onto the MS ways.