Nurse anesthesia programs always require a bachelor’s degree, but they don’t always insist that you majored in nursing. Some crna schools will accept applicants with an ADN (Associate Degree in Nursing) as long as they have a Bachelor of Science degree in a related field, such as biology or chemistry.
This is an important distinction, because if you want to become a CRNA and dollars just by applying to the right crna schools!
Bachelor Degree Questions
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Other Q & A about the Bachelor Degree Requirement
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Levels of Accreditation
I earned a BSN with a 3.76 GPA from the Denver School of Nursing just over two years ago. They are in the process of obtaining higher levels of accreditation. …
Does it matter if I receive my BSN online?
Should I get my BSN from a prestigious school?
Hi, my question is that I’m an RN in Indiana with an ASN degree. I know I have to have a BSN to apply to CRNA school and I realize I will have to go out …
bridging from diploma to bachelor
what about if someone has a diploma degree in anesthesia technology and he wants to get a bachelor degree?
Does it have to a degree in BSN
I know from looking into different sites that it doesn’t have to be a degree in BSN but when I’m looking into schools they all require BSN, which makes …
Programs that accept without BSN
I have a Bachelor of Science in Biology and chemistry as well as a ADN in nursing with 1 year of critical care. Which programs are accepting without the …
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