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Master of Science in Anesthesia Anesthesiologist Assistant Program

Resources for Current MCW Master of Science in Anesthesia (MSA) Program Students

The MCW Master of Science in Anesthesia (MSA) Program faculty and staff provide unwavering support, offering small class sizes and an open-door policy to ensure personalized guidance and mentorship. With a strong emphasis on clinical education, we prepare our students to excel in providing high-quality patient care. Additionally, we understand the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance and connect students to the comprehensive wellness programs and counseling services available at MCW to support our students in their pursuit of academic excellence and future success as healthcare professionals.

Academic and Student Services

  • Academic Support and Enrichment

    We support student success by assisting with a broad array of student needs and concerns.

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  • Financial Aid & Tuition

    The philosophy of the Financial Aid Office is to assist every student who seeks financial aid, procure the necessary resources to fulfill their career aspirations, as well as become a valuable asset to society.

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  • Student Inclusion

    Student Inclusion is committed to supporting diversity of all types in medical education as well as recruiting and supporting students and residents who are Underrepresented in Medicine (URM).

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  • Student Records

    The mission of the Office of the Registrar is to maintain a high level of service for past and present students, faculty, and staff members in all schools and programs at the Medical College of Wisconsin, as well as external organizations.

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  • Student Wellness and Student Health Services

    As future physicians, pharmacists, anesthesiologists and scientists who care for others, it is imperative to remember to take care of yourself as well.

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  • MCW Libraries

    The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) provides an extensive listing of library resources for our students, faculty, clinical and educational partners, as well as the public, including books, journals, articles, databases and much more.

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Student Resources

MSA Program Student Handbook

The Master of Science in Anesthesia (MSA) program handbook provides information regarding policies and procedures applicable to enrolled students. Changes to existing policies or new policies may be adopted and implemented by the program. In such cases, students will receive notification of the policy change. The broader MCW Student Handbook policies also apply to the MSA program and its students.

View MSA Program Student Handbook (PDF)

MSA Program Minimum Requirements

Clinical training is the cornerstone of a comprehensive education for Anesthesiologist Assistant graduate students. It provides invaluable hands-on experience in real healthcare settings, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical situations. Explore the attached minimum total program requirements to gain a comprehensive overview of the essential criteria for clinical training, ensuring Anesthesiologist Assistant graduate students are well-equipped for success in their dynamic and crucial roles.

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Campus Safety

The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) prepares and publishes its Annual Campus Safety Report in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965, otherwise known as the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). This report outlines MCW’s security policies and discloses campus crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years.

This report is available to all current and prospective faculty, staff and students. An electronic version of the report can be accessed on the Public Safety website. A paper copy of this report may be obtained by contacting Medical College of Wisconsin, Public Safety, 8701 Watertown Plank Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53226 or by calling (414) 955-8295.

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