UDM Nurse Anesthesia
Why Should You Choose Nurse Anesthesia at UDM?
Program reputation: UDM Nurse Anesthesia was ranked top ten (#10 of 112) this year (March 2016) by US News and World Report. See the USNWR rankings here. The Nurse Anesthesia program has an outstanding national reputation, both for its instruction, as well as its clinical training excellence. Our faculty are renowned for authorship of textbook chapters and articles, as well as frequent invitations to speak at national and state conferences.
Accreditation: We are accredited by COA. See our Accreditation and important outcomes on this site.
Employment: 100% of our graduates find positions within 6 months of graduation.
Quality: UDM Nurse Anesthesia graduates far surpass national standards for the minimum number of cases and clinical hours to qualify for entry into practice. All program faculty are active in their own clinical practice.
Individual attention to students: the Nurse Anesthesia program provides small, intimate group settings for intensive Principles of Anesthesia courses. This allows the instructors, who are all active clinical nurse anesthetists, to share the benefit of their own experiences, and discuss these with students. Our focus is firmly on treating students fairly, and as adults.
Board Exam results: 92% of UDM's Nurse Anesthesia graduates pass the national board exam on their first attempt (compared to the national average of 89%).
Online course integration: Most courses in the CRNA program have an online component. In Physics (ANE5300), students download lecture notes, and meet fewer times per term, instead of every week. Extensive practice in computer-based testing at UDM pays off when students take their Certification Exam at the end of the program- because it is computer administered (like the NCLEX).
Interdisciplinary education: The College of Health Professions is a regional leader in interdisciplinary education for health professionals.
Master of Science Degree: the program offers a Master of Science degree through the College of Health Professions, University of Detroit Mercy. Students rotate to more than 20 outstanding clinical sites in southeastern Michigan. The clinical component gives the student the skills and flexibility to provide high-quality nurse anesthesia care in any setting.
I hope you find out more about our program, and choose UDM for your degree!
Michael P. Dosch CRNA PhD
Associate Professor and Chair, Nurse Anesthesia, University of Detroit Mercy
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