Published Jul 6, 2009
I just want to know if they are going to give credit to some of the subjects I took at a career college as a medical assistant.
Mike A. Fungin RN
I'm confused... the only CRNA programs in California are at Samuel Merritt University, USC, and CSU-Fullerton.
Do you mean you want to go to the ADN program at Long Beach City College, as a first step towards one day becoming a CRNA?
The only people who are going to be able to tell you whether or not your classes will be accepted are the staff at LBCC. Give them a call and have all of the information about the specific courses ready.
deliverator, MSN, RN, NP
LBCC does not have a CRNA program. The closest one would be CSU-Fullerton's Kaiser CRNA program. It is a Masters level program, so you'll need at least a Bachelor's degree and think about doing an ELM program.
I seriously doubt you'll et any credit for being an MA from a career college. Be prepared to start completely from scratch
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