The University of Scranton is one of twelve CRNA schools in Pennsylvania.
University of Scranton
School of Nurse Anesthesia
800 Linden Street
Scranton, PA 18510
Ann Culp, CRNA, DNP
Nurse Anesthesia Graduate Program Administration
28 months, full time
68 credit hours
Entire Program Cost of CRNA School at the University of Scranton.
Please note that tuition is calculated at the 2017 rate. Tuition at most schools increases each academic year. Over the duration of the program, expect to pay a tuition that is 5% to 15% higher than what is shown here.
Cost of Tuition: $65,620
*Fees and expenses: $6,168
Grand Total: $71,788
*Fees and Expenses include an estimated cost of books, SEE fee, AANA membership fee, graduation fee, clinical fees, liability insurance, reader fee, and other miscellaneous expenses.
CRNA Program Summary
Are you concerned that University of Scranton’s Nurse Anesthesia Program won’t give you the specific experiences or training you need to be a successful CRNA? Learn what standards CRNA Programs must meet in order to be accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia (COA).
This CRNA program (as well as all others that are accredited by the COA) prepares you to take the CCNA certification exam at the conclusion of the program, allowing you to become a CRNA.
In this integrated program, you’ll begin your clinical experience in the first semester. As the program progresses, your class load will diminish as your clinical experience increases.
Also, in this nurse anesthesia school, you will have the option of doing a thesis. Everyone is required to complete a capstone comprehensive final exam, but if you’re not a fan of writing research papers, this may be the program for you.
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Some CRNA schools require much more out of their applicants than others. See how the requirements at Scranton University compare to most CRNA school’s requirements.
CRNA Program Requirements
Required Bachelor Degree
Baccalaureate degree in nursing from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited program
Be licensed as a registered nurse in the state of Pennsylvania
Minimum of one year of recent critical care nursing experience.
Undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0 or other evidence of ability to complete successfully a graduate program such as grades in other post-baccalaureate courses
Graduate School Entrance Exam scores
Submit official GRE test scores if your cumulative GPA is below a 3.0.
TOEFL score of at least 550 (paper test) and Certification of Finances
- ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
- BCLS (Basic Cardiac Life Support)
- PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)
- CCRN strongly recommended
Undergraduate Course Prerequisites
- Basic physical assessment
- Two courses in college chemistry
CRNA School Performance
CRNA School Rankings – Schools by Rank
Ranked #43 in the 2015 graduating class
*Please note: Read about how CRNA rankings are created.*
Accredited CRNA Programs are reviewed regularly.
University of Scranton Nurse Anesthetist Program was last reviewed 10/2012. It was given the maximum of 10 years accreditation and will be reviewed again 10/2022. This shows that the program is in full compliance with the COA’s accreditation standards.
NCE Pass Rate:
2017: 83% first-time test takers
National Average: 88%
Employment after Graduation:
An average nurse anesthetist salary in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania CRNA salaries are a little lower than the national average around $160k.
An average annual nurse anesthetist salary in the US is $173,129 (according to a 2016 study)
- Rural average: $174,214
- Metropolitan average: $164,148
- Suburban average: $156,630
- Average starting CRNA salaries range from: $110,000-$130,000.
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All information given on this site about University of Scranton’s Nurse Anesthetist Program was taken directly from their website.
*This page was updated January 11th, 20189*
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