Plan on applying to CRNA schools
at end of 2011.
What major differences should I be researching in order to find the right program.
Besides the obvious differences in: tuition, location, program length?
I have already been told that some schools offer a Masters in Nursing while others offer a Masters in Anesthesia?
Some are affiliated with universities while others are affiliated with hospitals, making it more difficult to obtain a
doctorate in the future?
Some programs have traveling involved with clinical rotations?
Some offer distance learning?
Some clinicals have a set time you will be finished for the day while others let out whenever the cases are done?
Any other information that the typical person applying for CRNA school should not overlook and does figure out
until in a program?
Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your time.