The Master of Health Science program is designed for of baccalaureate-prepared, practicing nurse anesthetists to achieve a master’s degree in the field of anesthesia. CRNAs complete Phase I of the nurse anesthesia program, but are not required to participate in the clinical residency. Baccalaureate-prepared CRNAs can complete the program in a one-to-five-year period, either on campus or via distance education.
Our website is designed to help you explore our nurse anesthesia programs. Please refer to the current Graduate Catalog for more detailed information, official updates and university policies.
The applicant must be a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist who holds current Certification/Re-certification recognition from the National Board on Certification and Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA).
Graduate Programs of Nurse
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