The University of Michigan – Flint
Master of Science in Anesthesia.
24 months, full time
63 semester hours
Bachelor of Science in Nursing is required.
Current, unrestricted, licensure as a Registered Nurse in Michigan or one of the United States
Minimum of one year’s experience in the last five years as a registered nurse in a critical care nursing area. Acceptable critical care experience includes: Surgical ICU, Medical ICU, Coronary Care Unit, *Neonatal ICU, or *Emergency Department. *Applicants are expected to have a working knowledge of Swan Ganz and other advanced monitoring modalities and titration of vasopressors, which are not usually utilized in the ER or NICU.
3.0 GPA in required prerequisite classes as well as a 3.0 cumulative undergraduate GPA (last 120 units).
The GRE General test will be used to supplement undergraduate records and other indicators of students potential success in the program. The scores provide a common measure for comparing the qualifications of applicants who come from a variety of colleges and universities.
They review the percentile scores so you should consider repeating if your percentile scores are low.
Certifications: ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), and PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider).
Those seeking admission to the Master of Science in Anesthesia program must complete the following prerequisites (or their equivalents) at an accredited institution prior to regular admission to the program: Statistics, Fundamentals of Chemistry I (Inorganic Chemistry), Fundamentals of Chemistry Lab (strongly recommended), Organic Chemistry, College Algebra, Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II OR a single semester A&P class of 5 or more credits, Microbiology Basics OR Organismal Biology and Cell Biology and Mammalian Physiology. If your science credits are 10 years old or more, a recent repeat of Organic or Biochemistry and one course in Anatomy/Physiology is required.
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