The University of Michigan-Flint Nurse Anesthesia Program
The University of Michigan-Flint Nurse Anesthesia Program provides qualified registered nurses with the opportunity to earn a graduate degree in the field of anesthesia. In keeping with national standards and to better prepare students for expanding CRNA roles in education, research and healthcare administration, the Master of Science (MS) program is transitioning to an entry-to-practice Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) curriculum. Graduates are eligible to take the NBCRNA certification examination, the final step to becoming a CRNA, certified registered nurse anesthetist. The program’s final MS cohort graduates in August 2019; the first entry-level doctoral cohort began the program in Fall 2018 and will graduate in August 2021. Visit Anesthesia Entry-Level DNAP for program details, plan of study, admission requirements, and application information.