Nurse Anesthetists: Stay Competitive by Earning Your Doctorate in Nursing

To keep up with the increasing education expectations of the health care field, new certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA) are entering the field with their doctorate in nursing degrees. CRNAs who have their Master’s degree can stay competitive and proficient by obtaining your Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from an accredited institution such as Clarkson College.

The DNP option builds on your foundation as a nurse practitioner and enhances your leadership and communication skills to help you advance in your profession. The sequential design of the doctorate in nursing degree curriculum permits you to acquire skills necessary to move along in your professional work as a nurse anesthetist. 

The best part is, you can continue your clinical practice while earning your degree. The Clarkson College program option allows you to:

  • Enroll in courses part- or full-time
  • Complete courses 100% online
  • Develop a scholarly topic based on your experience

Learn more about our doctorate in nursing degree option and how to apply.