Nurse Anesthesia

The master of science degree in nurse anesthesia program prepares students for expertise in the art and science of anesthesia. Nurse anesthesia is an evolving profession, sensitive to the needs of society and the profession. Individuals develop this expertise through a holistic and complex integration of affective, cognitive, and psychomotor skills. The philosophy of Webster University's nurse anesthesia program is that graduate education is fundamental to preparation for practicing as a certified registered nurse anesthetist.


Graduate Program Director

Jill StulceJill Stulce
Director & Assistant Professor
Nurse Anesthesia

For more information contact the Office of Admission:

Nurse Anesthesia Office Numbers:

314-246-5916 (office)
314-246-7194 (fax)