My brief background...I graduated in 2010 with a Bachelors in Biology (3.8 GPA), so I took 2 General Chem courses, 2 organic courses, 2 physics courses, biochem, histology, and other random upper level science courses. I am currently in a BSN program and graduate May 2014 with a realistic nursing school GPA estimation of 3.2 to 3.4. I understand the 1+ years of critical care experience and blah blah blah... my questions are...
Do CRNA programs consider my previous degree very helpful? Mainly as a sign of understanding harder science courses and having a solid foundation?
Is my low nursing GPA going to hurt me as much as I worry?
I really enjoy and grasp detailed/difficult science courses, some of these nursing courses are frustrating to me in regards to not providing enough information and answering "why?". I like to understand things from the cellular level all the way up to how they effect the individual. Do CRNA programs provide my indepth curiosity?
If any current CRNA students or recent graduates have had my previous degree(s) and/or similar frustrations in nursing school who would like to provide me some wisdom I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks in advance