Program of Nurse Anesthesia Admission Information

CRNA

The Program of Nurse Anesthesia awards a Master of Science in Nursing with a specialization in nurse anesthesia.  The curriculum prepares critical care nurses to provide culturally sensitive full scope of practice anesthetic care.  Admittance is granted to nurses with a baccalaureate degree in nursing and a minimum of one year of critical care.  The full-time, 66-unit program provides core and specialty courses in an integrated academic and clinical curriculum.

Applying For Admission:

  • November 1st - Application Deadline for Fall
  • Mid-January - Interview invitations sent out
  • Mid-February - Interviews held (60 invited to interview)

Questions? Contact us:

Shawna Holbrook
Office of Admission
sholbrook@samuelmerritt.edu
800-607-6377
510-879-9222

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