Academics

Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia provides a highly specialized academic environment, integrating the latest research, hands-on clinical practice, and one-on-one support in a unique graduate education setting. Our reputation for excellence attracts student nurse anesthetists who are motivated to improve patient outcomes and serve others through their profession.

Click the links below to learn more about our academic offerings:

Doctorate Completion Program»
Practice Doctorate/DNAP Program»
Acute Surgical Pain Management Fellowship Program»
Regional Cadaveric Workshops»
Advanced Physiologic Foundations Class»
Point-of-Care Ultrasound (PoCUS) Independent Study»
Learning Resource Center»
Nurse Educator Certificate Program»

 

In order to comply with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), this link provides you Consumer Information about Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia. This includes the Annual Security Report, which provides crime statistics for the prior three years, as well as safety and security policies, procedures and practices which help keep our campus safe.

Maria Overstreet, PhD, RN
Vice President, Academics & Institutional Effectiveness,
Title IX Coordinator, and Director of Student Services
Phone/Fax: 615-732-7893
Email: TitleIXcoordinator@mtsa.edu