Physician Assistant: Your Career Starts Here
Are you looking for a career in the fast-paced health care field? Consider starting your career by studying to be a physician assistant at Springfield College.
Our physician assistant studies program results in two degrees and the opportunity to work with patients in a high-demand career.
Physician assistants identify disease, order diagnostic tests, and treat a variety of medical problems. They are employed in general and specialized fields of medicine such as family medicine, emergency rooms (ER), surgery, or neurology.
Physician assistant degree requirements
A master’s degree is considered the terminal degree in PA education by the Physician Assistant Education Association.
At Springfield College, we offer a six-year physician assistant program during which you’ll earn a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science. Graduates are eligible to sit for the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistant National Certification Exam and apply for state licensure.
Study to be a physician assistant at Springfield College
Our physician assistant studies program has multiple factors that make it stand out from other programs.
- Ace your certifying exam. For the past nine years, our PA students have scored 100 percent on the certifying exam.
- Get experience with more than 900 patients. Our students see an average of 950 patients during the clinical phase of the program.
- Score higher than your workforce competition. Our students have higher patient-care scores than the national average on applying scientific concepts, clinical intervention, health maintenance, pharmaceutical therapeutics, and lab and diagnostic studies.
- Be prepared to enter the clinical field upon graduation. Our students experience 100 percent employment within three months of graduation and most students graduate with confirmed job offers.
If you’re looking for a rewarding career in health care that will challenge you, inspire you, and leave a lasting impact on the lives of others, you’re in the right place.
So, what’s next?