Florida CRNA School-Barry University CRNA Program
Barry University Florida CRNA School
421 N 21st Avenue
Hollywood, FL 33020
Barry University – Health Sciences Admissions
11300 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami Shores, FL 33161-6695Phone number:305-899-3379
Toll-free:1-800-756-6000, ext. 3379
Rebecca Lee, DNP, CRNA
ph: (305) 899-3230
fax: (305) 899-3366
Barry University CRNA School Info:
- This CRNA School is a 28-month technologically designed program where students will have more than 760 hours of didactic or classroom instruction and 3,500 hours of clinical instruction. The students will be able to rotate through 5 different clinical regions in Florida. Students upon completion of CRNA school will become able to sit for the boards , pass with confidence and become a great Nurse Anesthetist. Barry University’s Nurse Anesthesia Program is located in south Florida which will give you great weather and opportunities for outdoor activities all year long.
Length of Program:
- 28 months
- A BSN degree :granted by a regionally accredited college or university
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
- A non-science degree may be considered on a case by case basis.
- License as a professional registered nurse in the United States
- Out-of-state applicants must be able to obtain an unrestricted Florida license prior to starting the Program and maintained throughout enrollment in the Program.
- 1 year minimum , full-time clinical experience as a Registered Nurse in a critical care setting within the last 3 years.
- CCRN is highly recommended
- BLS, ACLS and, PALS from an American Heart Association approved provider.
- GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Must take the GRE within the last 5 years: Scores evaluated on a case by case bases
- B or better in one college chemistry course with a laboratory component, within the last 5 years, Organic Chemistry or Bio-Chemistry preferred.
- Additional Science classes must be a 3.0 or better as well
- References from health care professionals
- Documentation of an understanding of the role of the nurse anesthetist and Shadow a CRNA
- Personal interview upon invitation
International students may be admitted to Barry University if they meet the University’s admission requirements.
- Applicants who do not give evidence of being native English speakers, or who have not graduated from an institution where English is the primary language of instruction are required to submit a minimum score 550 on the written version of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The TOEFL may be waived for applicants with a minimum of 24 college level academic units earned from an institution in which English is the basis of instruction and classroom interaction
Once you have been accepted for admission to Barry University, a financial statement must be submitted in order to obtain the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status (Form I-20A). There are two types of financial statements:
- A bank letter addressed to Barry University stating that you or your sponsor have the funds available to pay the total cost associated with attending Barry University for one year (see sample below). The University determines the required amount on a yearly basis.
- Government or institution-sponsored international students must submit a government sponsorship letter or a notarized letter of support guaranteeing payment of tuition and fees, books, room and board, medical insurance, and personal expenses for one academic year (two semesters).
As an international student, you should be familiar with the regulations of your government regarding sending money to the United States and you should make arrangements to have the necessary funds available at the designated times of enrollment. Documentary evidence of a means of financial support must be attached to the Certificate of Eligibility (I-20A) when applying for the student visa at the United States Embassy or Consular Office in your country.
The letter must express:
- The name of the person/account holder that is supporting the expense for attending Barry University.
- The name of the student.
- Go to Barry University’s Webpage for more information
- May 1st
Cost of Program:
- Out of State: $$53,460.00
- In State: $53,460.00
Board Pass Rate:
- 1st time:90%
- 2nd time:100%
- 12% previous class
- All application materials must be completed and turned in by May 1st to be able to start in January. If received after May 1 may be considered if their are spaces available
- Outstanding applicants will be considered for early interview and early acceptance
- Only those candidates with a completed application package on file, inclusive of all documentation, will be considered for admission.
- Once accepted into the Program be prepared to submit a $1000.00 deposit upon notification of your acceptance in order to secure your spot in this competitive program.
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*All information was taken directly from the Barry University’s Web page.
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