Physician Assistant M.S. on-campus info session & application workshop
Wednesday April 27, 2020 | info session: 6:30 - 7:00 pm | application workshop 7:00 - 8:30 pm
6:30 - 7:00pm
Northwestern College's Master of Physician Assistant Studies program prepares for a career providing exceptional, compassionate healthcare. Through practice-based learning, you'll develop the skills needed to work with physician and surgical teams in diverse settings, including primary care and family medicine, emergency medicine, surgery, psychiatry and sub-specialty areas.
Hear from the program director and your enrollment counselor about the opportunity to study at Northwestern where you will develop the ability to provide outstanding, ethical, and faith-informed healthcare in a student-focused program.
Northwestern plans to accept 32 PA students per year. The next available cohort begins in May 2021. Applications open on April 30, 2020.
PA Application Workshop
7:00 - 8:30pm
Acceptance to graduate school is competitive. The Application Workshop is presented by the PA department but is valuable for anyone considering applying to graduate medical programs.
- Essay writing
- Interviewing techniques
- Financing your education
- PA Faculty-Led Discussion and Questions
Register below for either the informational session, application workshop or both.
The ARC-PA has granted Accreditation-Provisional status to the Northwestern College Physician Assistant Program sponsored by Northwestern College.
Accreditation-Provisional is an accreditation status granted when the plans and resource allocation, if fully implemented as planned, of a proposed program that has not yet enrolled students appear to demonstrate the program’s ability to meet the ARC-PA Standards or when a program holding Accreditation-Provisional status appears to demonstrate continued progress in complying with the Standards as it prepares for the graduation of the first class (cohort) of students.
Accreditation-Provisional does not ensure any subsequent accreditation status. It is limited to no more than five years from matriculation of the first class.