The Master of Medical Science Program in Anesthesiology is a graduate medical education program in the Emory University School of Medicine. The program accepts qualified individuals who desire to undertake rigorous didactic and clinical education in order to become knowledgeable, skilled anesthetists. Students begin the program in June, and classroom and clinical education span 27 continuous months with graduation in August - seven semesters following matriculation.
The Master of Medical Science Program in Anesthesiology is open to individuals holding a baccalaureate degree who have completed basic premed courses.
To be eligible for the degree of Master of Medical Science in Anesthesiology a student must:
The judgment of the faculty as to the fitness of an applicant for the degree is based not on scholastic achievement alone but also upon knowledge of character, health, general attitude, and professional conduct as well as adherence to all policies of Emory University and the Emory School of Medicine.
Individuals who successfully complete this program are awarded a Master of Medical Science degree by Emory University. Following graduation and successful completion of the Certifying Examination, graduates can become integral anesthetist members of an anesthesia care team practice lead by an anesthesiologist.