This page was last updated in 2022.
Augusta University is one of two CRNA schools in Georgia. They have recently transitioned to a DNP program as of June 2017.
Augusta University, Anesthesia Program
987 St. Sebastian Way, EC 5511
Augusta, GA 30912
DNP, CRNA Program Director
Phone: (706) 721-9558
CRNA Degree offered
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
36 months/nine semesters
113 credit hours
December 1st, 2021
Your application must be verified by NursingCAS and all supporting documentation received before the deadline for an application to be considered complete.
Entire Cost of CRNA School for Augusta University DNP Nurse Anesthesia Program.
Please note that tuition is calculated at the 2016-2017 rate. Tuition at most schools increases each academic year. Over the duration of the program, expect to pay a tuition that is slightly higher than what is shown here.
Cost of In-State Tuition: $84,750
*Fees and Total: $102,507
Cost of Out of State Tuition: $169,500
*Fees and Total: $187,257
*Fees and other misc. school fees*
Augusta University Tuition Link
+This total does not include out of pocket expenses such as housing and travel expenses from all tuition calculations.
Academic and Clinical Experience
In this front-loaded nurse anesthetist program, your first four semesters will include didactic, during which you’ll gain experience in the human patient simulation lab.
At Augusta University, your clinical experience will take place in more than twenty healthcare sites across Georgia. At these various clinical sites, you’ll administer sedation, regional and adult patients for a wide variety of surgical specialties.
By the time you graduate Augusta University CRNA Program, you’ll have administered 800+ anesthetics during at least 2,000 clinical hours.
CRNA Program Requirements
And/or Masters in Nursing
Current RN license in the U.S. You’ll need a Georgia RN license before enrollment.
Minimum of 1-year full-time critical care (intensive care unit only ) RN experience within the past 3 years but at least 2 years of experience is recommended.
They do NOT accept:
- PACU (Post-Anesthesia Care Unit)
- OR (Operating Room)
- ER (Emergency Room)
- Telemetry step down units
3.0 minimum but recommend a 3.25 on a 4.0 scale.
Minimum GRE scores:
GRE score of 290 or higher (sum of verbal and quantitative scores) taken within the last 5 years but it is recommended to have a minimum of 300.
Test of English as a Foreign Language score of 550 paper-based, 213 computer-based or 79 Internet-based, if applicable.
Graduate students can submit proof of earning a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited US college or university where English is the language of instruction if they wish to be exempted from the TOEFL requirement.
CRNA Educational Requirements
- Chemistry with a “B” or better within the last 5 years (may be at the undergraduate or graduate level)
- Completion of a 3 credit hour undergraduate or graduate statistics or biostatistics course with a grade of “B” or better.
Augusta University DNP Nurse Anesthesia Program
CRNA School Performance
Accredited CRNA Programs are reviewed regularly.
Augusta University DNP Nurse Anesthesia Program was last reviewed 05/2017 and is currently set to be reviewed again in 2022.
Pass Rate for CRNA Boards at Augusta University Anesthesia Program
Please note: It is extremely rare for a student at any CRNA school to not eventually pass the exam. Most students who don’t pass the first time pass the second. Very rarely does a person ever take it a third time. This statistic only measures how well the program prepares students to pass the test the first time around.
Pass rate on the national certification exam
First-time test takers: 81.33% (The most recent graduating class)
Attrition Rate: 0% (The most recent graduating class)
Employment Rate: 100% (The most recent graduating class)
An average nurse anesthetist salary in Augusta University DNP Nurse Anesthesia Program, Georgia
Georgia CRNA salaries are below the national average around $179,630.
An average annual nurse anesthetist salary in the US is $189,190 (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2020 study)
Did you find an error on this page? Please report it here