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CURRICULUM

The MPAS curriculum is sequenced and designed to address and integrate the entrustable professional activities (EPA) in which are contained the competencies the student must achieve to successfully enter the profession upon graduation. In the first two semesters (Didactic Phase) the learner will move from foundational concepts to clinically oriented content.  The subsequent five semesters (Clinical Phase) are dedicated to advancing the student to the level of “competent” for all thirteen EPAs.  This is achieved through supervised clinical practice experiences (SCPEs) and clinical seminars. Upon successful completion of the program, the student will be prepared to enter the physician assistant profession, obtain national certification, gain state licensure, and provide clinically competent and compassionate care as part of a collaborative patient-centered team.

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The University reserves the right to change tuition and fees at any time without advanced notice. Learn more about the tuition payment schedule, individual health insurance status, and the tuition refund process.

The Physician Assistant Program processes hundreds of applications for admissions each year. Learn more about requirements for admissions including GRE scores, minimum prerequisite course work, and GPA requirements.

The MPAS curriculum is sequenced and designed to address and integrate the entrustable professional activities in which are contained the competencies the student must achieve to successfully enter the profession upon graduation.

 

CONTACT THE PA PROGRAM

COLORADO CAMPUS
8401 South Chambers Rd.

Parker, CO 80134
720-874-2409

For faster response, please direct inquiries to the PA Program:
tcoe@rvu.edu