What is CMA? Is it Certified Medical Assistant? If so, I am doubtful that many of your courses would apply toward nursing school, either an ADN or a BSN. There are some CMA courses that consist of certificate programs, not Associates Degrees. The courses required for Medical Assisting do not (in my experience) consist of nursing-level courses. However, your basic courses may count toward general ed courses for a nursing degree.
As has been mentioned, you cannot be a CRNA without being an RN. May I ask why you want to be a CRNA without being a nurse?
Last edit by roser13 on Nov 21, '10