Can anyone give me some good advise regarding choosing a BSN program that maximises my chances of getting into a CRNA program? I have been planning to go trough UT Austin's RN BSN bridge program and then applying to TCU and TWU but recently a Texas Tech official came to our program offering a 12 month online BSN through Texas Tech! This would save me about 6 months of wait time between when I get my ADN and start working in the ICU and when I can apply to my CRNA program. MY problem is that since my accelerated ADN program is an online lecture onisite lab-clinical program, this would make ALL of my lecture online for the entire ADN-BSN path. I need to know if this is ok or if CRNA programs prefer that you get your BSN onsite at a major university rather than online. Any advise? I sure don't want to get out 6 months faster only to find out that I can't get an interview because they don't like my choice of BSN programs.