ASN usually = BSN salarywise (from what I've read)...or if there's a difference it's minimal....that'll get you out working and making money and then you can get the hospital where you are working help financially with tuition for the advanced degree when you decide you want it.
When I was leaning toward health careers, I talked to SB about their respiratory tech program....I had so much negative feedback from others outside of the school once I started checking around that I am so thankful that I didn't pursue it....and now that I am in a nursing program, I am even more grateful that the gal I had worked with there wasn't a more persistent salesperson....I don't think you'll be unhappy to go in any other direction....
The most important thing is to talk to the campuses you're interested in...they're busy and sometimes hard to pin down, but be persistent and patient...you'll get all the answers you need...just don't give up....they're not as much in a position to need to "sell" their school as SB is.
Here's pass rates for the state of MO nursing schools, BTW:
Click on the link that says "Pass Rates", then look for the heading of "Associate Degree Nursing Programs"
. You can find the % of pass rates for any colleges in the State of MO. SB is listed as an approved program in this state, but that does not mean they're fully accredited....or that their classes will ever be transferable.