Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice

The DNAP Program in the CRNA completion degree format is designed for the practicing CRNA. The program may be completed in a Full-Time, One-Year format or in a Part-Time, Two-Year Format; however, the student’s choice of these two formats must be determined and designated in the application process.



Admission Requirements

Admission Checklist

Admission Interview Process

Purpose Statement

Comparison to PhD

Academic Summary & Standards

Graduation Requirements

Outcome Criteria Upon Graduation

Catalog & Student Handbook 

News & Events

  • Hulin to Become Next President of MTSA
    Christopher P. Hulin, CRNA, DNP, current Dean/Program Administrator of the Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia (MTSA) will become the fourth President in the 65-year history of the institution.
    Join us for OPEN HOUSE, 2015! Come meet administrators, instructors, staff, alumni, and current students at the annual Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia OPEN HOUSE on Tuesday, June 9.
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