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Nurse Anesthesia (CRNA) DNP Program Information

The Doctor of Nursing practice (DNP)concentration in nurse anesthesia prepares graduates to function in a wide array of clinical settings. The nurse anesthesia concentration is comprehensive and blends a strong academic curriculum with extensive clinical practice experiences. Graduates are prepared to be expert advanced practice nurses, providing anesthesia care to patients across the lifespan at all levels of acuity, undergoing procedures of varying complexity. Applicants must have at least one year, preferably two, of recent adult critical care experience as an RN. Click on the "More" link to see the detailed program information.



Nurse Anesthesia (CRNA) Program Information FAQ

A comprehensive and detailed source for programmatic information for the nurse anesthesia program.



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