This is a 28-month program that you'll complete in two phases. Phase I is mainly classroom work and simulation labs, while Phase II is made up of your clinical rotations.
|ANE 6101 Human Patient Simulation||1|
|ANE 6201 Professional Aspects of Anesthesia||2|
|ANE 6411 Applied Chemistry for the Nurse Anesthetis||4|
|ANE 6421 Advanced Pharmacology||4|
|ANE 6641 Advanced Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology I||6|
|ANE 6231 Research Methods in Nurse Anesthesia||2|
|ANE 6414 Advanced Physical and Health Assessment||4|
|ANE 6422 Advanced Anesthesia Pharmacology||4|
|ANE 6442 Advanced Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology||4|
Summer I Semester
|ANE 6603 Principles of Anesthesia Practice I||6|
Summer II Semester
|ANE 6605 Principles of Anesthesia Practice II||6|
|ANE 6481 Clinical Practicum A||3|
|ANE 6285 Clinical Didactics A||3|
|ANE 6482 Clinical Practicum B||3|
|ANE 6286 Clinical Practicum B||3|
|ANE 6383 Clinical Practicum C||3|
|ANE 6287 Clinical Didactics C||2|
|ANE 6484 Clinical Practicum D||3|
|ANE 6288 Clinical Didactics D||3|
Total Credit Hours: 66
This is an example degree plan meant to guide you while you're planning your course schedule each semester. This is not an inflexible schedule that you have to follow exactly.
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