Top CRNA School Rankings

CRNA School Rankings

CRNA program rankings are based on peer review meaning that other school’s administrators, deans, and faculty are the ones doing the surveys. Each program is sent the same number of surveys, and the respondents then rate the academic quality of the program on a scale of 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding). Only fully accredited programs were ranked in this survey.

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Top Nurse Anesthetist Programs: Requirements

CRNA School Requirements

All the top Nurse Anesthetist programs have the same basic requirements structure. You will find that most schools are very similar with only slight variations to what they require for their application. With that said, it is important to know that a few schools have unique requirements, which we discuss later, but for now here is a general list of what you can expect to see on a school’s website.

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Graduate Program in Nurse Anesthesia Vs DNAP


There is a mandate that by 2025 all graduate programs in nurse anesthesia will be awarding a Doctorate Of Nursing Practice Degree (DNAP) in-place of the Masters Of Science In Nurse Anesthesia (MSNA). The DNAP specializes solely in anesthesia, and is the highest level you can achieve in the nurse anesthesia profession.

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