Graduate Programs of Nurse Anesthesia

Reach the Peak of Nursing
No matter where you are in your CRNA journey, our nurse anesthesia programs put you at the top of your field.

Why Texas Wesleyan?

Our graduate nurse anesthesia programs are the largest in the nation — but when you get here, it won't feel that way.

We have expert professors who are here to communicate with you directly, not through a T.A., no matter where you're taking classes. You won't get that in every CRNA program with distance-learning options.

Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia

We train our CRNA students to be independent practitioners. With 24 primary clinical sites in 11 states, Texas Wesleyan is where you start when you're ready to advance your career.

Master of Health Science

You're a CRNA who needs a master's. Our online program gets you there, no matter where you are.

Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice

When you're ready to take your nurse anesthesia skills out of the O.R., our 100% online DNAP completion program gives you two concentration options.

Certificate for Nurse Anesthesia Education

Ready to train a new generation of CRNAs? Our nine-hour online program gets you certified.

Nurse anesthetist students learn the political ropes on Capitol Hill

Pictured left to right: Eric Lara, Marie Adame, Emily Dougher, Dr. Gabaldon, Sally Koop, Natalie Bradshaw

At the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Mid-Year Assembly in April, student-registered nurse anesthetists from around the country learned about the legislative issues affecting their future profession, and how to advocate on Capitol Hill.

Nurse anesthesia educational programs, like the one at Texas Wesleyan, nominate students who actively and consistently demonstrate leadership to attend. Seven students from the Texas Wesleyan's master of nurse anesthesia program were nominated and attended the assembly: Marie Adame, Natalie Bradshaw, Amy Boardman, Emily Doughter, Sally Koop, Tyler Kunkle, Eric Lara and Courtney Noles.

Assistant Professor Dion Gabaldon, CRNA, DHA, joined the student mentoring team, which organized the trip, and helped teach interactive workshops and learning sessions. In these classes students gained an understanding of governmental and regulatory processes, and learned how to prepare when meeting with senators and representatives, and their staffs.

In the past, students have helped the nurse anesthesia profession secure important policies and promote nurse anesthesia practice. The Mid-Year Assembly is open to all certified registered nurse anesthetists and student-registered nurse anesthetists interested in professional advocacy, and making change related to nurse anesthesia practice.

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Graduate Programs
of Nurse Anesthesia

Lenee Griffin, Secretary
Phone: 817-531-4406
Toll Free: 1-800-720-2762
Fax: 817-531-6508

Lisa Graham,
Admissions Coordinator
Phone: 817-531-5854

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Fort Worth, TX 76105

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