Connecticut CRNA school- Quinnipiac University Nurse Anesthesia Program
Nurse Anesthesia Program
275 Mt. Carmel Ave.
Hamden, CT 06518
Judy Thompson, CRNA, DNAP, APRN, Program Administrator
ph: (203) 582-8875
fax: (203) 582-8936
Quinnipiac CRNA School offers a DNP for those who currently have their MSN and are CRNA’s as well as an entry program to those who qualify and fulfill the requirements.
The Nurse Anesthesia Program is a this full-time program where the first two semesters are in the classroom with your clinical portion of school follow the classroom portion.
If you are already a CRNA you can also receive your DNP. This program can be completed in 2-3 years all online. Your primary focus will be on a curriculum which contains ethics, biostatistics, epidemiology, evidence-based practice, human factors and patient safety, health policy, clinical scholarship and leadership.
Length of Program:
- Bachelors degree or master’s degree in nursing or an appropriate science such as biology, chemistry, health sciences, or pharmacology from a regionally accredited college or university.
- RN or APRN registered in the United States
- A minimum of Two years critical care nursing experience (must be within the past five years).
- GPA of 3.0 on undergraduate courses and science curriculum
- Sciences courses required:Anatomy,Physiology,Chemistry (one should be in general/inorganic chemistry and one in organic chemistry),Statistics,Microbiology,Pharmacology
- Must have an Evaluation of any foreign transcripts by either:
World Education Services, Inc. – O. Box 745 – Old Chelsea Station – New York, NY 10113-0745 Telephone: 212-966-6311 or toll free 1-800-937-3895 – www.wes.org
- Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. O. Box 514070 – Milwaukee, WI 53202-3470 Telephone: 414- 289-3400 www.ece.org
- October 15
Cost of Program:
- Complete an online application.
- $45.00 non-refundable application fee.
- Current Resume.
- Letter of intent.
- 2 Evaluator forms:One should be from a current supervisor , one from another person with authority to evaluate your professional ability.
- Submit all official transcripts.
- You will be required to submit a nursing license from the United States
- Certifications: (BLS, ACLS, PALS, CCRN).
- Evidence of current practice as a Registered Nurse in a critical care area in the US, its territories or protectorates.
- Interview: Personal interviews by invitation
If you are interested in more information on Quinnipiac University CRNA School in becoming a CRNA or you are wanting to get post Masters education DNP, you can find all the information and application materials on their webpage.
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