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Nurse Anesthesia (M.S.N.) - Learning Outcomes

 
 

MSN Program Objectives

 

Upon successful completion of the Master of Science in Nursing degree, the graduate will:
  • Create advanced nursing practice roles that merge from client needs.
  • Exercise critical thinking to design and implement innovative approaches that are financially viable, culturally connected, evidence-based, and community partnered.
  • Practice as caring scholar, advanced practice nurses who are singularly sensitive and critically reflective.
  • Exhibit professional leadership by influencing policy processes aimed at improving global health.

 

NURSE ANESTHESIA CONCENTRATION PROGRESSION PLAN

YEAR 1

   
     

Spring Semester

Course

Credits

NGR 5431L

Clinical Practicum I 

NGR 6002 

Health Appraisal & Interpretation  

3

NGR 6002L

Health Appraisal & Interpretation Practice

NGR 6140 

Pathophysiology I 

NGR 6156 

Adv. Anatomy & Physiology I 

NGR 6400

Chemistry & Physics in Nurse Anesthesia

2

NGR 6420

Basic Principles of Anesthesia

3

NGR 6460

Pharmacology I

4

 

TOTAL:

18

 

 

 

Summer Semester

Course

Credits

NGR 5432L

Clinical Practicum II 

NGR 6144 

Pathophysiology II 

NGR 6165 

Adv. Anatomy & Physiology II 

NGR 6410 

Perioperative Technology 

NGR 6421 

Adv. Principles of Anesthesia I 

NGR 6461

Pharmacology II

4

 

TOTAL:

13

     

Fall Semester

Course

Credits

NGR 5433L

Clinical Practicum III

6

NGR 6405

Adv. Principles of Anesthesia II

3

NGR 6740

Concepts and Roles Adv. Practice

3

 

TOTAL:

12

YEAR 2

   
     

Spring Semester

Course

Credits

NGR 5434L

Clinical Practicum IV

6

NGR 6811

Scholarly Inquiry for Evidence Based Practice

3

NGR 6149

Adv. Anatomy, Physiology & Pathophysiology III

1

 

TOTAL:

10

     

Summer  Semester

Course

Credits

NGR 5435L

Clinical Practicum V

6

NGR 6143

Adv. Anatomy, Physiology & Pathophysiology IV

1

NGR 6894

Global Trends & Practice Perspectives

3

 

TOTAL:

10

     

Fall  Semester

Course

Credits

NGR 5436L

Clinical Practicum VI

6

NGR 6949

Clinical Correlation Conference

3

 

TOTAL:

9

YEAR 3

   
     

Spring  Semester

Course

Credits

NGR 5437L

Clinical Practicum VII

6

NGR 6491

Synthesis Seminar

3

 

TOTAL:

9

     
 

Program Total Credits:

81