Section 508 Website Accessibility

Certain documents on this site are available as a Portable Document Format (PDF) file. PDF content requires Adobe's Acrobat Reader and can be downloaded by visiting https://get.adobe.com/reader.

The University encourages anyone needing assistance in accessing content found on the University's website to contact the FGCU office or department that maintains the webpage. For an accessible version of PDF material, please contact FGCU Adaptive Services at adaptive@fgcu.edu or by calling 239 590-7956.

Skip to site navigation Skip to main content
Skip to main content
Nurse Anesthesia (M.S.N.)

Nurse Anesthesia (M.S.N.)

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