The UM-Flint/Hurley Medical Center Anesthesia Program
The University of Michigan-Flint and Hurley Medical Center have worked together for over twenty-five years to provide registered nurses with the opportunity to earn a graduate-level degree in the field of anesthesia. In keeping with new national standard, the UM-Flint/Hurley Master of Science in Anesthesia program transitions to an entry-level doctorate in Fall 2018. Cohorts graduating in 2018 and 2019 will be the program's final MS graduates.
Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP)
Students graduating from a three-year entry-level DNAP program are eligible to take the NBCRNA certification examination, the final step to becoming a CRNA, or certified registered nurse anesthetist. Visit UM-Flint Entry-Level DNAP for details regarding this new doctoral program for master's-educated registered nurses. To prepare for expanding CRNA roles in administration, education, research and other healthcare fields, practicing CRNAs can earn a completion doctorate at UM-Flint. More information is available online at UM-Flint Completion DNAP.
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