Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)

A Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) is one of the most in-demand nursing careers, and one of the highest paid. Find out more about this lucrative field and how to become a CRNA.

CRNA Salary
$181,040 per year
Source: BLS
How Long Does it Take to Become a CRNA?
7-8 Years
Source: BLS

How to Become a CRNA

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) are the highest-paid nurses and some of the most well respected nurses. This guide will show you how to become one. 6 Steps to Becoming a CRNA

How to Go From RN to CRNA

Registered nurses looking to advance to a CRNA position have a lot of options. This guide will explain how to navigate the education and career path ahead. RN to CRNA Guide

Do you Need a Doctorate Degree to be a CRNA?

You will in 2025, which means that all CRNA programs will be Doctorate programs starting in January 2022. Here's what you need to know. CRNAs Will Need A Doctorate Degree By 2025

CRNA Programs by State

To help you find the right CRNA program, we’ve rounded up a list of accredited CRNA schools by state. 50+ Nurse Anesthetist Schools

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