I have a few questions for CRNAs, specifically I'm looking for critique about barriers to admission.
1. Is an online
BSN looked down upon by admission committees? Maybe a better question would be if any of you have been admitted after earning an online BSN?
2. Given the 2015 doctoral deadline, do you think that there will be a last minute push for master's programs- thus a little lighter on the competition for spots in the DNP programs?
3. Since I have a choice, do any of these paths add or remove barriers to admission? I understand that there are a lot of other admission factors, but if you see a glaring difference in one path vs another, I'd love to hear it. (*I'm working on the DNP prereq sciences now, so they will be out of the equation and not part of any path)
a) community college ADN --> University BSN online --> DNP applicant
b) community college ADN --> BSN online from an online college --> DNP applicant
c) hospital based aBSN --> DNP applicant