Case Western Reserve University
Master of Science in Anesthesia
The Master of Science in Anesthesia (MSA) Program mission is to graduate skilled and compassionate anesthesiologist assistants. The admission policy reflects this goal. Applicants are considered on a variety of parameters that measure academic ability, communication skills, clinical aptitude, and personality traits.
Admission to the MSA Program requires that the following criteria are met:
A. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
Documentation of each of the prerequisites listed below having been completed with a grade of B- or higher within five (5) years prior to the application deadline at an accredited American or Canadian institution of higher learning. For those courses that have been repeated, the highest grade will be used in the calculation.
*If any of the above courses marked with an asterisk were completed (with a grade of B- or higher) in excess of five (5) years prior to the application deadline, they will meet the prerequisite criteria only if the composite score of the MCAT is 500 or higher.
Classification: Baccalaureate College—General
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999