Emory University - Atlanta Georgia AA Program Overview
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.
To be eligible for the degree of Master of Medical Science in Anesthesiology a student must:
1. Have credit for two academic years.
For the Master of Medical Science degree program, all of the
required credits for graduation must be earned at Emory University
School of Medicine.
2. Have a satisfactory standing in all courses required for the degree; and
3. Be of good moral character.
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.
Students begin the program in August, and classroom and clinical
education span 24 continuous months with graduation in August - six
semesters following matriculation. The program is open to individuals
holding a baccalaureate degree who have completed basic premed courses.
Individuals who successfully complete this program are awarded a
Master of Medical Science degree by Emory University. In June of the
senior year, students take the national Certifying Examination for
Anesthesiologist Assistants. Following graduation and successful
completion of the Certifying Examination, graduates can become integral
anesthetist members of an anesthesia care team practice lead by an
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