Academics


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  • SRNA Curriculum

    Fundamental tasks, behaviors, and abilities necessary to successfully complete the academic and clinical requirements of the program and to satisfy licensure/certification requirements, if any, have been outlined and are available upon request from the academic program office. Students requesting disability accommodations must do so by filing a disability accommodation request in writing with the Academic Program Director.

    Typical Program – Professional Phase
    (First nine months spent at UAB in Birmingham. Last 18 months are spent at UMMC)

    Fall

    • NA 610. Medical Physiology (5)
    • NA 620. Anesthesia Pharmacology I (3)
    • NA 630. Nurse Anesthesia Biochemistry (3)
    • NA 640. Principles I (2)
    • NA 645. Professional Aspects of Anesthesia (2)
    • NA 678. Advanced Electrocardiography (2) 

    Spring

    • NA 600. Research Methods and Statistics – taught online only (3)
    • NA 601. Gross Anatomy (4)
    • NA 621. Anesthesia Pharmacology II (3)
    • NA 641. Principles II (3)
    • NA 670. Anesthesia Pathophysiology I (3)

    Summer

    • NA 650. Regional Anesthesia (2)
    • NA 660. Obstetrical Anesthesia (1)
    • NA 671. Anesthesia Pathophysiology II (3)
    • NA 672. Clinical Practicum I (8)

    Fall

    • NA 661. Anesthesia for Extremes of Age (3)
    • NA 673. Clinical Practicum II (10)
    • NA 680. Anesthesia and Surgical Specialties (3)

    Spring

    • NA 674. Clinical Practicum III (10)
    • NA 695. Special Topics (3)
    • NA 698. Graduate Project (2)

    Summer

    • NA 675. Clinical Practicum IV (8)
    • NA 696. Special Topics (3)
    • NA 698. Graduate Project (2)

    Fall

    • NA 646. Legal Issues and Practice Management (1)
    • NA 676. Clinical Practicum V (10)
    • NA 697. Special Topics (3)
    • NA 698. Graduate Project (2)