Hi guys. I was just looking around on the Georgetown site and noticed this little tidbit.
"The Direct Entry program is an option that allows students to apply to the Accelerated Second Degree BSN program and one of our six graduate nursing programs at the same time. The Direct Entry program, still requires a student to complete the 16 month BSN program, but then allows them to directly enter into Master's work after taking the NCLEX licensing exam."
And in the link to the "one of six graduate programs link" was Nurse Anesthesia. Does that mean that you can get into the anesthesia program without have the ICU experience? Or maybe it could just mean that you are guaranteed a spot and have to go get the ICU performance before starting classes?
I'll probably call the program tomorrow to find out for sure but was wondering if anyone knew about it, or if anyone who went to Georgetown knows about it.