Even if I got by BSN right now, taking about Masters based CRNA credentials is not of any interest to me since I will be done after 2022 and by then all new CRNA’s will need a doctorate degree. No need to come in here bashing me for asking a question. By the time I graduate with a BSN or MSN I will have to get a DNP to become a CNRA. I am simply asking if there are any benefits to the MSN or if there are programs that would lessen the course length of the DNP by having an MSN. We are all here to support one another and would love insight from people who genuinely want to help others in a positive manner.