With a BSN, you are able to apply to all nurse anesthesia programs. With a bachelor's degree plus ADN, you are only eligible to apply to schools which provide a master's in science. Check out what each school offers at www.aana.com
and go to accredited programs link.
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I have a few questions regarding the best route to become a CRNA. I see that some programs require a BScN degree while others only require a RN to have some sort of undergrad. Right now I am a diploma RN, and I can either finish my BScN or a science undergrad in about the same amount of time. The question is what to do? I am leaning towards the science degree as I think I would enjoy it more and it might help later on. Would I be limiting my options if I did this? Anyone have thoughts on the subject? Any CRNAs out there with a non-nursing undergrad?
Thank you for your input,