Many nurses are attracted to CRNA. A lot of them make more money than doctors and who wouldn't want that. With that being said, CRNA programs are extremely competitive as much or more than a lot of medical schools
. You would have to be in the very top of your BSN class with a strong chemistry background(as well as outstanding chemistry grades). Strong GRE scores etc as well. After BSN program, you are require to have at least two years critical care experience(someone told me some schools are one but idk). You might be able to get in a critical care unit as a new grad, I don't know. Then you apply. A lot of candidates are NPs, MSN etc. I actually have known quite a few NPs who have been applying to a CRNA program for two years now. CRNA is a three year long program, very intense.
The only thing attractive to me about CRNA is the salary. I have no desire to put people to sleep and wake them up but that is me. I'm sure there is more to it than that but in a nut shell it is anesthesia. Contact a University with a program and see what prereqs. you need. If this is what you want then go for it but be realistic. If you are not a strong A student(and there is nothing wrong with that), then don't spend years struggling through the pre-reqs you don't need. Add up the years you have left just to get your BSN and the necessary sciences. then the CC experience and then 3 years of CRNA school. that is all I know. but best to go to the source, the university