Our 100% online DNAP completion program for master's prepared CRNAs lets you earn your terminal degree no matter where you live.
When you're ready to take your nurse anesthesia skills out of the O.R., our 100% online DNAP completion program gives you three focus options – education, management or healthcare administration. Our program allows you to reach the highest standard in your field without having to leave your practice.
- Practicing Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
- RN license
- CRNA Certification or Recertification
- Have a Master's Degree from an accredited college or university
- Graduate GPA of at least 3.0
- Graduate-level research course with a grade of "B" or higher
- Personal interview (if selected) where you demonstrates that in the future you will engage in a position or activities that will positively influence nurse anesthesia education/practice
- Nurse anesthesia experience in clinical practice, education, leadership and management
- Academic achievement
- Professional references
Total enrollment in the DNAP program is limited. The admission of each class will be based upon the "best qualified" as determined by the Admissions Committee. All positions are filled on a competitive basis. Therefore, all applicants that meet admission requirements may not be granted an interview.
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The DNAP and the DNP are both practice doctorate degrees for advanced practice nurses, but the DNAP specializes solely in anesthesia. DNP degrees can be earned by any APRN, including nurse anesthetists, and DNP curriculum can focus on nurse anesthesia or other nursing specialties.
DNAP degree programs are often, but not always, housed in programs outside of schools or colleges of nursing.
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Yes. When you enroll in our DNAP program for nurse anesthetists with a master's degree, you are not required to spend any time on campus.
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