Hello all. I am new to the forum so if this is posted incorrectly, please feel free to move.
I want to become a CRNA. I live in Georgia, 43 yrs old and graduated in 1992 with a BBA Management. I am a "casualty" of the economy as I was laid off last summer from the construction sector (estimator/project manager). I have chosen to go back to school and become an RN. I am currently going to a technical college pursuing an ADN and so far, so good. Based on my grades (4.0 GPA) and the NLN exam (94) I think I have a pretty good chance of getting accepted and starting in the nursing program
in Jan. But is this the best route? Am I wasting a lot of time getting the ADN? Should I consider an accelerated BSN program? Should I just continue on the path I am and look at the RN-MSN (CRNA?) or is that even available? What about the RN-BSN route?
A LOT of questions I know but I don't want to waste time and money, neither of which I have a lot of.