CRNA Program for Registered Nurses
The University of Michigan-Flint/Hurley Medical Center Master of Science in Anesthesia program provides our healthcare community with competent, professional nurse anesthetists.
Baccalaureate-trained registered nurses completing this 24-month, fulltime program acquire the knowledge and skill sets necessary for national certification and subsequent entry into anesthesia practice as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, or CRNA. The curriculum seamlessly integrates clinical experiences with didactic instruction. Classes meet primarily in the Anesthesia Program classroom within Phillip C. Dutcher Education Center at Hurley Plaza.
The University also offers the Doctor of Anesthesia Practice clinical completion program to prepare current CRNAs for a variety of leadership roles within the expanding field of healthcare.