I am a Senior in High School Planning to become a CRNA. I am going to go to a Community College due to expenses a go through a 1+1 LBN program then the RNA program. Then continue my education at a four year university while working in the hospital. Am I choosing the right way to go?
Exactly how much schooling does it take to be a CRNA. If its so competitive why is it so high in demand? Need some answers!!!
Email me: Blondelov@aol.com Thanx
Jul 2, '01
Why all the sideroads? If you would like my humble opinion, this is what I did. I also went to community college for financial reasons. After 2 years of that, I went on to a BSN program and in 2 more years received a BSN.
As soon as you graduate, if you are still interested in becoming a CRNA, get into an ICU ASAP. Schools look very strongly on nursing experience.