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    Steps to become a CRNA?

    Thanks for the replies! I don't know. I volunteer at a pharmacy right now and they say its stable with constant hours and it DOES get boring everyday doing the same thing. This is just retail. One of the clerks suggested i look into nursing because it is hands on and maybe CRNA school down the line. But im already going to my fourth year so switching majors is unlikely. Would it be better in the long run to apply or an accelerated program to get my BSN or MSN and easier to find a job as a RN and would it look better when i apply for CRNA school?
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    Steps to become a CRNA?

    Not say becoming a CRNA or a Nurse is easier than becoming a Pharmacist or anything. But I feel like going to pharmacy school in impossible for me now because my grades. Is getting into a nursing program (getting a BSN or MSN, i don't know which one) after a BS in a non-nursing major easier than getting into pharmacy school? What do you guys think? Based and would like to stay in Southern california.
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    Steps to become a CRNA?

    Would i be able to get into a MSN program with a bachelors of science in Pharmacology? Do you guys think its worth it? Pros and cons of Pharmacist and CRNA?
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    Steps to become a CRNA?

    Hi, I am will be getting my BS in Pharmacology in about a year and I was looking into becoming a CRNA. I am still keeping my options open but was wondering what the steps were? I know in order to qualify for CRNA school I need to be a RN and have at least 2 years in an ICU setting along with a few tests. How long would it take to become an RN even if I have a BS? Would it be better if i get my MSN first before applying? Which is about another two years? OR would i just need to become an RN? I am just confused what steps i should take after graduating if i were to pursue to become a CRNA. I am based in Southern California. So if you know any programs that fit my case that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!