k your 16, so your prob a junior right? take general AP or dual credit courses if your highschool offers them, classess like english, us history, algebra and statistics. That could cut off an entire semester or more for college, did in my situation. Go directlly into a bsn program if you can afford it, which is usually only offered at a University. your major would be nursing, and thus you would take the required courses for that degree at the university you choose to go to. a counselor will be able to tell you all the classess that you will take. once you get your degree, you must pass your nclex to legally practice at whatever hospital you choose. to get in a crna program you must complete the minimum amount of yrs for whatever program you wish to get into, usually this is 1 yr, and in the specialty that program accepts, which is usually any icu, sometimes er, depends on the program. each program has different reqs, such as organic chemistry or statistics, but that can be taken during your summer breaks or a yr or 2 before you apply to your chosen crna program...hope i made this clear enough for you.