Hello! Just a question for all you out there.. I've been a radiology tech for 2 years now, and I knew I've always wanted to expand my practice ans go further in my career into being a nurse. I'm beginning the application process for nursing school. I take my TEAS test on 12/8. So long as I score well on it, I am a shoe-in for my local CC's RN program, which awards an ASN, beginning next fall. I was planning to go this route, and once I receive my RN, I'd complete the BSN. My question is: is this route a smart choice? I know more and more hospitals require the BSN. I plan on doing the BSN without a doubt in my mind, but at this point with my current job, it seems more feasible to do the ASN-to-BSN route. I'd just hate to get my ASN and then have no one hire me as a nurse because I do not yet have/will be working towards the BSN at the point of hire, and then lose out on a year of working experience.