Healers for Good.
Do you have an outstanding and altruistic commitment to service and volunteerism, a passion for medicine and the PA profession?
Be ready to enter a rigorous curriculum. Our faculty prepares you with the skills and training necessary for patient care.
Throughout the didactic phase you will learn the foundations of medicine through intensive classroom coursework. The clinical phase includes hands-on experience in a variety of clinical settings. You will complete your degree with the month-long summative phase which prepares you for the transition into clinical practice.
The Didactic Phase represents the preclinical year and spans 12 months.
The Clinical Phase represents the clinical year and consists of 11 months of supervised clinical education and coursework.
The Summative Phase is 1 month in duration and represents the final stage of training.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a Master of Medical Science (MMS) degree and be eligible to sit for the PA National Certifying Exam (PANCE).
Dedicated and Experienced PA Faculty and Staff
This entry-level master’s degree program consists of 131 semester hours of graduate work divided into three phases that span 24 consecutive months. The Didactic Phase represents the preclinical year and spans 12 months. The Clinical Phase represents the clinical year and consists of 11 months of supervised clinical education and coursework. The Summative Phase is 1 month in duration and represents the final stage of training. Learn more about the program.
Stories that Started Here
Kathryn Allen Wilkie ’16 & ’18
I love NGU’s class size and the availability of the faculty who care about their students.