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Maura Gannon

Technically NY has a PA program as a BS degree. Do extra research as the BS programs for becoming a PA are disappearing and requirements are changing.

Answered 11 months ago

Maura Gannon
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Margith Strand

More than likely the field involves the Sciences and the requisite General Education coursework. You probably should take a look at the courses that you have at this point and place them into a "log" of sorts so that you can get ready for the appropriate coursework that is required of the Physician's assistance area. Once the General Education area is done, the material will be specific for the on-the-job type of knowledge area that will be required of you.

The are private and public institutions offering this major so you will have a chance to look around...the field is somewhat custom tailored in terms of the training, I believe.

Answered 2 years ago

Margith Strand
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ZALIEKA Gibbs

Congrats! Physician Assistant requires 6-7 years of rigorous post-secondary education. You will need to obtain a Bachelors degree before even applying to the program due to the fact that the PA program awards a Masters degree. In order to be accepted you need to have GRE Scores, a competitive GPA, and meet the Prerequisite requirements. These vary by school and state so I would recommend you speak to your academic counselor if you are seriously considering this program!

Answered 3 years ago

ZALIEKA Gibbs
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Nicole Olivia Jackson

I would ask career services at your school. You should also see your advisor for questions. If you are taking any medical courses, ask your instructor for advice.

Answered 3 years ago

Nicole Olivia Jackson
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Stequita Ralston

What school are you attending now? PA position requirements may vary from state to state so I would need to know a little more information to further assist you.

Answered 3 years ago

Stequita Ralston