Just needing clarification on something. Is it at all beneficial to go to a CRNA school that offers an MSN vs MS? My thought is that MSN would be required for someone to receive a DNAP. I've really got my eye on a program that appears to have a pretty sweet didactic component, offering cadaver anatomy classes and such, but will programs like this have to convert to an MSN format when they try to adopt the DNAP? Hopefully this will be a non-issue for me since I'm going to be applying soon and I really don't plan on attaining a "doctorate" unless it's clinically focused.

I know this issue has been discussed in the past but the search isn't coming up with much.