Pediatric Anesthesia (Graduate Certificate)
Developed in collaboration with Children's Hospital of Michigan (CHM), the Graduate Certificate in Pediatric Anesthesia is offered to graduates with a Master of Science in Anesthesia from an accredited program who wish to specialize in pediatric anesthesia. Students completing the Master of Science in Anesthesia may apply to the program during their last semester of the curriculum.
Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School. Applicants must meet with the course coordinators from Children's Hospital to assess availability and applicant eligibility to enter the program. Admission application and registration for classes are all completed on line. Upon completion of the program, the graduate must apply on line for a Post-masters Certificate in Pediatric Anesthesia.
The Certificate Program consists of a minimum of twelve semester credits in course and clinical work. Students in the certificate program must maintain a grade point average of at least 3.0. All course work must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the Graduate School governing graduate scholarship and degrees and the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. For additional information, contact the Nurse Anesthesia Program and the coordinator for Children’s Hospital Anesthesia Department.
Courses and Clinical requirements:
|AN 7070||Clinical Practice I||2|
|AN 7080||Clinical Practice II||3|
|AN 7090||Clinical Practice III||1|
|AN 7900||Advanced Pediatric Topics||2|
|AN 7910||Special Topics in Pediatric Anesthesia||2|
|AN 7920||Case Presentations||2|