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What is the cost for 2 years of crna school?
February 07, 2011 6:32PM
It can range from $10,000 to $110,000 for the 2-3 year program. Go to http://www.all-crna-schools.com/nurse-anesthetist-programs.html to find all accredited CRNA schools listed by cost.
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Salary of a nurse anesthetist?
Answer Average around $140,000, factors that will higher or lower salary are: where you live, city, metro, or rural, years experience and what you are certified for. Before you get all excited and want to get a Masters in CRNA know that there are few universities that have the CRNA program, and the ones that do only accept about 15 students per year, which means it is extremely competitive and there are long waiting lists... so you might be better off studying for an MD or PhD. In order to be considered to be in the CRNA program you will need at least 2 years of experience in ICU and a GPA of 3.5 or more... mininum qualifications for universities vary and and will probably say they require 1 year experience and a GPA of 3.2... but remember it is extremely competitive the average GPA in a CRNA class is around 3.73. So do the math: 4 years to get a Nursing Bachelor's + 2 years experience + 1 year to wait for the program to start (if you have a >3.7 GPA, if less add at least another year) + 2 to 3 years of being in the CRNA Program = +-10 years
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