Which is best for CRNA? - page 2

by talknw | 3,693 Views | 12 Comments

Hi, would someone please shed some light on whether it is better to go to a family nurse practitioner or acute care nurse practitioner program that would give the best chance at gaining acceptance into a CRNA program? I know the... Read More

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    Getting your FNP before your CRNA seems a little counterproductive doesn't it? Why not just go straight into CRNA school is that's what you ultimately want to do?
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    I don't think that NP is a certificate.As far as I know it is a Master's program(soon to be a doctorate program) and takes about 2 years.
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    Quote from loriangel14
    I don't think that NP is a certificate, it is a Masters Program (2 years I think). soon to be a doctorate program.
    If you already have your MSN, you can go back for a post-masters certificate. You don't earn another MSN.

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