Due to COVID-19, the 2021 DNAP priority deadline has been changed to Sept. 1, 2020. We'll accept applications after this date, but we'll start allocating seats when interviews start. The final application deadline will remain Dec. 1, 2020.
Our graduate nurse anesthesia program is the largest in the nation — but when you get here, it won't feel that way.
We have expert professors who are here to communicate with you directly, not through a T.A. You won't get that in every CRNA program.
You’re ready to become an independent practitioner. Our RN to CRNA program gets you there.
Join an admissions counselor in an online information session. They will answer all your questions about our entry-level Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice program. Start your journey from RN to CRNA and sign up for an online info session today.
Applicants must demonstrate that they possess the intellectual and professional knowledge and skills for successful completion of the program requirements.
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Texas Wesleyan's nurse anesthesia program is highly competitive. Ability to meet the minimum admission requirements stated doesn't guarantee an interview or admittance to the program.
You will rank your clinical facility preferences when you apply, but sites are assigned on a competitive basis. Test scores, references and interview performance are taken into account during the application process, and the students who rank highest are assigned sites first.
Students of other nurse anesthesia programs are ineligible for admission.
Are you ready to take the next step and fill out your application? We'll walk you through the process step-by-step.
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Mark these important dates on your calendar. Submit your application and paperwork by the priority date to have the best chance of securing a seat in the program.
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We have 19 different clinical sites in 9 different states. You'll select your clinical site preference during the application process.
For the first 12 months of Phase I, all students will be required to study at our main campus in Fort Worth, Texas. For the last 4 months of Phase I, you have the option to stay at our main campus or finish at your assigned clinical site.
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As a CRNA student, you must participate in a minimum of 800 cases at your clinical site. These cases must be spread out over many different specialties, types of anesthetics and patient demographics. Rotations may be necessary to meet your clinical requirements. They're one to two months long and usually cover the following areas:
The clinical portion of this program is 20 months long. During this phase, you'll spend four days a week in clinical and one day a week in the classroom.
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