Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Anesthesia
Nurse Anesthesia Program Administrator
Jayne Cromer M.S., C.R.N.A.
PH 402.552.3621 TF 800.647.5500
Upon completion of the MSN requirements for Nurse Anesthesia, the graduate will be able to demonstrate:
- Capability to analyze and use principles of anesthesia practice to function independently.
- Ability to apply critical thinking and creative reasoning to anesthesia nursing theory and practice.
- Communication orally and in writing of support for the contribution of the nurse anesthetist in an evolving health care environment.
- Commitment to continuing scholarship and beginning competence in use of research methods and research findings in the solution of problems that arise in anesthesia nursing practice.
- Competency in clinical practice, management of resources, teaching, consultation and predicting outcomes of nurse anesthesia care.
- Use of appropriate leadership knowledge and strategies to stimulate change in the practice of anesthesia nursing, the profession of nursing and the health care delivery system.
- Personal and professional integrity.
|Core Requirement Courses for Nurse Anesthesia (19 semester hours)||Semester Hours|
|GR 798||Essentials of Scholarly Writing||1|
|NS 799||Role Transition||1|
|AN 859 ◊||Professional Aspects of Nurse Anesthesia||3|
|AN 911 ◊||Clinical Correlation Conference Seminar I: Practice Roles/Managed Care/Clinical Correlation Case Studies||2|
|AN 912||Clinical Correlation Conference Seminar II: Health Care System/Clinical Correlation Case Studies||2|
|AN 913||Clinical Correlation Conference Seminar III: Theory Development/Clinical Correlation Case Studies||2|
|AN 914||Clinical Correlation Conference Seminar IV: Theory Application /Clinical Correlation Case Studies||2|
|NS 812||Research Design and Methods I||3|
|AN 931||Senior Project I||1|
|AN 932||Senior Project II||1|
|AN 933||Senior Project III||1|
|Specialty Option Courses in Nurse Anesthesia(75 total hours = 19 hours core + three hours senior project + 56 hours specialty courses)||Semester Hours|
|AN 841||Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology (APP) I||6|
|AN 842||Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology (APP) II||6|
|AN 843||Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology (APP) III||2|
|AN 805||Cadaver Applications in Anatomy Lecture and Lab||3|
|AN 866||Pharmacology I Anesthetic Agents||3|
|AN 867||Pharmacology II Anesthetic Agents||3|
|AN 868||Pharmacology III Adjuvant Drugs||2|
|AN 870||Basic Principles of Anesthesia||4|
|AN 870L||Basic Principles Lab||1|
|AN 871||Advanced Principles of Anesthesia||4|
|AN 871L||Advanced Principles Lab||1|
|AN 830||Advanced Physical Assessment for Nurse Anesthesia||3|
|AN 858||Scientific Foundations||3|
|AN 951||Clinical Anesthesia Practicum I||3|
|AN 952||Clinical Anesthesia Practicum II||3|
|AN 953||Clinical Anesthesia Practicum III||3|
|AN 954||Clinical Anesthesia Practicum IV||3|
|AN 955||Clinical Anesthesia Practicum V||3|
|AN 920||Elective Credit: ECG Interpretation and Clinical Implications of Cardiac Dysrhythmias in the Adult Patient||1|