To qualify for the degree Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP), students must:

  1. Follow an approved course of study acceptable to the Program Student Academic Review Committee.
  2. Satisfactorily complete the required number of 177 credit hours, pass all courses with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher, and achieve a "B-" or higher in all DNAPG courses.
  3. Receive a favorable recommendation from the Nurse Anesthesia Program, Student Academic Review Committee, and the College of Health Sciences Student Promotion and Graduation Committee.
  4. Be recommended for conferral of the doctoral degree by the University Faculty Senate.
  5. Settle all financial accounts with the University.
  6. Complete all graduation clearance requirements as instructed by the Office of the Registrar.