The program for DNP Nurse Anesthesia features clinical, organizational, and systems' leadership for nurses looking for an advanced anesthesia curriculum.
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DNP — Course Requirements for BSN to DNP students:

This program provides clinical, organizational and systems' leadership at the highest level. The program develops practitioners who design, implement and evaluate high quality and cost-effective health care services for diverse populations including the disadvantaged and underserved.

NUR 902: Scientific foundations for the advanced practice nurse
NUR 903: Healthcare informatics 
EPI 840: Clinical epidemiology for healthcare practice
NUR 904: Health policy and advocacy 
NUR 905: Patient safety, quality improvement and quality management in healthcare
NUR 906: Leadership in complex health systems 
NUR 995: Doctor of nursing practice project I
NUR 996: Doctor of nursing practice project II
NUR 997: Doctor of nursing practice project III

Additional courses required for this concentration:
ANTR 541: Gross anatomy for nurse anesthesia 
NUR 908: Advanced physical assessment for the advanced practice registered nurse
NUR 909: Advanced pharmacology for the advanced practice registered nurse
NUR 966: Applied chemical and physical principles of anesthesia practice 
NUR 967: Basic principles of anesthesia 
NUR 968: Advanced physiology for pathophysiology for anesthesia practice I
NUR 969: Advanced physiology for pathophysiology for anesthesia practice II
NUR 970: Pharmacology for nurse anesthesia I
NUR 971: Pharmacology for nurse anesthesia II
NUR 972: Advanced principles of anesthesia I
NUR 973: Advanced principles of anesthesia II
NUR 974: Introduction to clinical practicum 
NUR 975: Clinical anesthesia practicum I
NUR 976: Clinical anesthesia practicum II
NUR 977: Clinical anesthesia practicum III
NUR 978: Clinical anesthesia practicum IV
NUR 979: Clinical anesthesia practicum V
NUR 980: Clinical anesthesia practicum VI
NUR 981: Anesthesia seminar I
NUR 982: Anesthesia seminar II