North Greenville University’s (NGU) noted Master of Medical Science (M.M.S.) PA Medicine program is designed to develop well-informed and compassionate PA’s who provide patient-centered and service-oriented medical care in diverse environments. In the classroom, you will find supportive faculty who are committed to helping you reach your academic goals. Throughout the program, students will gain hands-on experience, professional insights, and collaboration with peers, faculty and medical professionals. A distinctively Christ-centered university, students have opportunities to assess biblical applications as they apply to leadership, service, and ethics.
The PA’s 24 months curriculum and clinical program will take a student through all the required master’s coursework which includes:
• Didactic (preclinical phase)
• Clinical (supervised clinical education/coursework)
• Summative Phase (final stage of training)
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a M.M.S. degree and be eligible to sit for the PA National Certifying Exam (PANCE).
NGU has designed the curriculum as a cohort-based program. Students starting together will follow the recommended course sequence through to graduation. Cohorts are small in size so it is important to apply early. The program requires a high level of commitment involving active participation throughout. All students who matriculate into the PA’s program must complete all program requirements.
The ARC-PA has granted Accreditation-Provisional status to the North Greenville University Physician Assistant Degree Program sponsored by North Greenville University.
To learn more about the PA Medicine degree, connect with NGU through the “Request Info” form provided below.