With your MSNA or entry-level DNAP, you'll learn the hands-on skills you need to become a successful nurse anesthetist. You'll graduate prepared to sit for your certification exam and ready to work in the anesthesia department of any hospital.
With your DNAP degree, you'll have the opportunity to take your career to another level. Be ready to become faculty members or administrators of a nurse anesthesia education program, direct an anesthesia group or health care organization. See how flexible your degree is and see what opportunities you're qualified for once you finish your degree.
With your DNAP, you're ready to step into a faculty and leadership position in nurse anesthesia education. In your classes, you're learning how to effectively communicate, apply decision-making strategies and much more. After graduation, you're ready to take on any of the opportunities below.
|Assistant Professor||Program Director|
|Associate Program Director||Clinical Coordinator|
A DNAP concentration in Healthcare Administration gives you the experience you need to negotiate conflict, manage projects in your organization, perform fundamental accounting and manage the personnel in your organization. After graduation, you're prepared to take on a number of roles including the following:
|Anesthesia Department Chief||Healthcare Administrator|
|Healthcare Chief Financial Officer||Healthcare Human Resources Manager|
With your DNAP, you're ready to step into a leadership position in a nurse anesthesia. In your classes, you're learning how to effectively communicate, manage, apply decision-making strategies and much more. The real-life experience you get through case studies, presentations and economic analysis qualify you for all of the following opportunities.
|Assistant Professor||Anesthesia Department Leader|