Since I finally got in to my desired BSN RN program here in MI at OU I am starting to look at graduate programs. Obviously the CRNA is a desirable profession but its limited to the US and thats not so desirable in my eyes. I have begun to look at a NP degree. I keep seeing different types pediatrics, adult, and family NP does anyone know which is more preferable? I work as a waiter for the mean time and recently I waited on the VP of a hospital near me and she gave me her card and told me to call her if I ever needed anything so I was thinking about hitting her up for an opportunity to shadow some people. But I was looking for some opinions first. And if anyone has any in-sight on why I should pursue a CRNA instead. Its a difficult decision. I am leaning towards pediatrics just because of my life experiences with the NICU and my nephew at UofM ann arbor.