The University of Michigan-Flint Nurse Anesthesia Program
In keeping with national standards and to better prepare students for expanding CRNA roles in education, research and healthcare administration, the University of Michigan-Flint Anesthesia Program provides qualified registered nurses with the opportunity to earn an entry-to-practice Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) degree. Program graduates are eligible to take the NBCRNA certification examination – the final step to becoming a CRNA, a certified registered nurse anesthetist. The program graduated its first doctoral cohort in 2021.
Visit Anesthesia Entry-Level DNAP for program details, admission requirements and application information.