Physician Assistant Post-Professional Master's Program
Drexel University offers the Physician Assistant (PA) Post-Professional Master's Program for physician assistants seeking graduate credentials for career advancement. The curricular design of the program allows for personalized professional development through an adult learner model.
Your career options can expand with the Physician Assistant Post-Professional Masters Program.
The Physician Assistant Post-Professional Master's Program is intended to provide fundamental graduate education courses as a basis for subsequent personalized professional development in your selected study.
The Masters in Health Science (MHS) degree is awarded by the University through the College of Nursing and Health Professions' Physician Assistant Post-Professional Master's Program.
- Health promotion.
- Clinical specialties.
- Complementary and Integrative Healthcare information.
- Study in clinical research.
Distinguished faculty coupled with the resources of Drexel make the difference.
The goal is to enhance basic physician assistant skills and to mentor students in areas of study beyond that offered in entry-level physician assistant programs. The individually selected area of study concentration allows for personalized, professional development augmented by the expertise of seasoned faculty and the vast resources of the university.
Specifically, the PA Post-Professional Master's Program seeks to:
- Broaden the base and depth of analytical thinking by providing a foundation for scholarly inquiry,
- Mentor physician assistants in personalized professional development to enhance the PA profession, its members and the communities they serve.
This online program may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. All requirements for degree completion must be met within six years of the date of matriculation.