Florida CRNA Schools- University of Miami
University of Miami Florida
Nurse Anesthetist Program
5030 Brunson Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33124
Rossana Bizzio, CRNA, MS, ARNP, Associate Program Director
ph: (305) 284-2572
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
University of Miami CRNA School Info:
The Nurse Anesthetist Program at the University of Miami is a 36 month DNP program that you get to enjoy in a city that has a year around average temperature is between 80-90 degrees. You will have the opportunity to rotate to many of the 14 clinical sites and be offered a wide variety of opportunities to perform anesthesia.Our program embraces and reflects ethnic diversity in one of the world’s most dynamic international communities. The school and program are committed to reevaluating our programs and plans of study to improve our offerings to our students. This CRNA Program will give you the training and education needed so that you are prepared to take boards and become a successful Nurse Anesthetist.
Length of Program:
- 36 months
- Bachelor’s degree
- Degree in nursing
- Official transcripts for each institution attended must be mailed from the issuing institution’s registrar’s office directly to NursingCAS. NursingCAS
- You cannot send transcripts that are stamped “Issued to Student.”
- If you went to school outside the U.S.A transcripts should refer to the “Additional Requirements for International Transcripts”
- Minimum cumulative basic science and overall GPA of 3.0
- . Introductory statistics course taken within the previous 5 years.
- Three letters of recommendation from each of the following:Current clinical supervisor,Current or former academic faculty member ,Community leader or professional colleague
- Submit a Statement of purpose:It should include,reasons for applying to the BSN-to-DNP Nurse Anesthesia program at the University of Miami and how it fits into your personal, educational, and professional goal
- Your resume should include work and volunteer experience, licensure and other certifications, awards, professional organizations, and academic history. Be sure to include dates for ICU related experience.
- Current, unrestricted RN license
- Must obtain a Florida RN license prior to orientation
- A minimum of (2) years of ICU experience within the last (5) years
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Current ACLS
- Current (PALS)
Requirements for International Transcripts
- Original official transcripts from international institutions and copies of all international diplomas should be mailed directly to the School of Nursing and Health Studies:
- If youdr Transcripts is in a language other than English it must be translated by a nationally certified translation service and sent directly to the School of Nursing
- You must meet the English requirements set forth by the University of Miami. Send TOEFL scores directly to the School of Nursing and Health Studies:
- June 1st
- Maximum of 30
Cost of Program:
- In and Out of State: $110,600.
Board Pass Rate:
- 1st time 2-year average: 91.3
- 2nd time 2-year average: 98%
- 2- year average: 14.6%
Applicants are only permitted to apply to 1 program at the School of Nursing and Health Studies during the same application cycle (i.e., the same semester).
Admission is granted subject to passing of all conditions stated on the Certificate of Admission. This includes FBI background clearance, a passing drug test, valid immunizations (including flu vaccination), and complete financial registration. The BSN-to-DNP program includes several clinical rotations, which require that students have a background report without any infractions. If a student’s background report contains any infractions, regardless of how they were resolved or adjudicated, he/she will not have cleared the background check and the conditional admission will be withdrawn.
Please note that student admissions are conducted on a case-by-case basis and the faculty of the School of Nursing and Health Studies reserves the right to waive any requirement or request additional information from applicants.
*All information was taken directly from the University Of Miami’s Webpage.
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