Nurse Anesthesia Certificate

Nurse Anesthesia Certificate

About the Certificate

The Post-Master's Nurse Anesthesia certificate program prepares Registered Nurses to become Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists and requires 27 months of concentrated theory and clinical practice.

The program is built upon a core of:

  • biophysical sciences
  • pharmacology
  • principles of anesthesia
  • professional role issues

Graduates of the program are prepared to deliver all types of perioperative anesthesia care to patients of all ages in a wide variety of health care settings and are eligible to take the National Certifying Examination.

The program consists of 18 credits of graduate-level course work upon completion of required prerequisites and approximately 1000-1500+ hours of direct anesthetic management.

For information concerning Phase I required prerequisite courses (22 credit hours), please contact the College of Nursing, Graduate Program, (330) 972-7555.

Contact Information

Valerie Cox
Student Services Counselor