I live in Tampa, and I've looked into USF, Wolford, and Barry. I went to the websites of all the rest in the state, but those are the only three I could attend without moving, and I'm married and my husband's job is here. Wolford requires a 3.0, 2 chemistry courses with a B or better (I'd have to take another), GRE>1000, and 1 year of CCU experience. They prefer "ICU, CCU, trauma, neuro, and CVRU" and it has to be "current." You need BLS, PALS, and ACLS. Barry requires the same certifications, and it says "CCRN preferred". You need to have taken one chem course in the last 5 years. For USF your 2 A&Ps, 1 chem, patho, statistics, and physical assessment course all have to be less than 10 years old. One of the things I'm going to talk to my advisor about next week, is that the CRNA program site specifies 3 credits of assessment, but I go to USF right now and the course I'm in is 2 credits. They require 2 years of critical care, and prefer MCU, SICU, CVRU, coronary CU, or neuro. You need BLS, ACLS, and PALS, and CCRN is "recommended." I didn't look write down anything about accepting people with a non-nursing bachelor's and an ADN, since I'm in an ABSN program, but you might want to - some schools are OK with that. If any of these schools are on your list, just make sure you fit the criteria - i.e., don't take a bunch of chem courses and then apply 8 years later if you want to go to Barry. I'm going to need to retake statistics, since I took it in 1998, and a chem course, since the one I have is from '04, after I graduate.