Quote from Laurapaw
Im graduating from highschool already but i really need some advice on how i can be accepted faster into the Nurse Anthestist program after i get my nursing bachelors.. Any advice would help
Like i know i want to really get accepted and any adice on what colleges that i should start looking at that would help me and look at me while im trying to earn my degree in nursing i know this is the career for me
*** Getting hired as an RN in a high intensity surgical / trauma/ CV ICU in a high nurse autonomy hospital would speed things up for you.
The fastest way I know to get into CRNA school, and the rout I have observed several people take is to do an associated degree in two years, get hired in an ICU like I mention above, and enroll in an RN to BSN program. In a total of four years you could have an RN, BSN and two years of high quality ICU experience and be ready to apply to CRNA school. You will have made something like $120K over those two years to boot.
The bottle neck now days is getting that ICU job.