I was wondering if anyone has an idea if it is a good idea to get your BSN from the same school you plan on applying to for the CRNA program. I mean does this give you any advantage? I am going to have to leave the state in order to get my BSN anyway I will be done with all pre-reqs next semester and plan on applying to a few colleges that also have CRNA programs. I don't want to have to move twice as I have a family and don't want to move them around a lot. I would like to get where I am going and stay there through the next four + years. Thanks for any advice!
Jul 7, '02
I would say that it is a good Idea. It would save you alot of expense by not having to move as much. However, some CRNA school have clinicals in different places, not just the city where the school is located. Some schools have part of their clinicals in different states. I think you get to list your preference. You might want to check into it.