Physician Assistant Masters Degree Completion Program
PAEA has issued an official statement on behalf of the PAEA Board of Directors on degrees for physician assistants (PAs). The statement embodies adopted by the membership at the 2009 Education Forum endorses the master’s degree as the entry-level and terminal degree of the profession.
In response to this, Pace University is offering a Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies (MSPAS), which provides the additional coursework you’ll need to obtain a master’s degree. This master’s program has a well-established tradition with former Pace graduates and will now be open to any PA graduates with a bachelor’s degree and current PA certification.
All courses are online, so you can continue to work at your current job while taking four classes at home using your computer. The program can be completed in 4 semesters (1 year) of part-time study which include consecutive Spring (3 credits), Summer I (3 credits), Summer II (2 credits) and Fall (2 credits) semesters.
This will be a highly competitive program and will look for students with prior clinical experience and appropriate didactic training. This program can only be offered to students who meet Pace University’s criteria.
This flexible program allows you to build on your professional experience and achieve your terminal degree in a way that suits your schedule.
Physician Assistant Studies Master of Science degree classes will begin every January. But it’s never too early to learn more about this program and its benefits by calling (212) 618-6052 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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