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  1. MM1989

    Why is BSN required for CRNA?

    Each school is a little different. Most require organic and inorganic chemistry. Some require Biochemistry , physics, genetics, and microbiology as well. Each school I’ve looked at requires at least organic chemistry. Not sure how they are getting away with not having that.
  2. MM1989

    Why is BSN required for CRNA?

    No. CRNA school alone is 3 yrs since it became a doctorate level. That’s after you’ve obtained a bachelors, completed those specific science courses, obtained CCRN, and worked ICU for a minimum of 1 yr.
  3. MM1989

    Why is BSN required for CRNA?

    Thank you
  4. MM1989

    Why is BSN required for CRNA?

    The BSN to work in an ICU is a good point. That honestly didn’t cross my mind. The ICUs where I’m from seem to just want RN’s with a pulse, BSN or not. Pretty in demand.
  5. MM1989

    Why is BSN required for CRNA?

    Jeez folks, just was curious why they’d require a BSN over chemistry in a field that is much more related to science than whatever the hell a BSN teaches. That’s it.... a couple people actually answered the question, while others wanted a pissing match.
  6. MM1989

    Why is BSN required for CRNA?

    I’m working on my RN and plan to go to CRNA school. I’ve noticed that a few CRNA schools will allow you to have a bachelors in other science areas, as long as you are an RN. But the best school seem to require a BSN. Why is that? Why is an easy, relatively useless, easy to obtain degree required over something like a bachelors in chemistry?
  7. MM1989

    New RN/GN pay at Barnes ICU?

    I'm a paramedic bridging to RN. I'm planning on working 2 years in an ICU at Barnes to increase my chances of getting into Goldfarb CRNA school, which is affiliated with Barnes. Was wondering what the starting pay is in their ICU's? Thanks
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