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PA Medicine Year 1

Year 1 Example Courses

Spring 1-A: (Didactic Phase)

 

  • DPAM5100 (1 SH) Fundamentals of the PA Profession
  • DPAM5106 (1 SH) Research and Evidence Based Medicine
  • DPAM5108 (1 SH) Population Health
  • DPAM5109 (1 SH) Functional and Preventive Medicine
  • DPAM5140 (1 SH) Introduction to Pharmacology

 

Spring 1-B: (Didactic Phase)

 

  • DPAM5210 (2 SH) Human Anatomy I
  • DPAM5220 (2 SH) Pathophysiology I
  • DPAM5430 (4 SH) Medical Practice I
  • DPAM5230 (2 SH) Physical Diagnosis I
  • DPAM5160 (1 SH) Clinical Methods and Procedures I
  • DPAM5242 (2 SH) Pharmacotherapy Principles I
  • DPAM5170 (1.5 SH) Pediatric Medicine I
  • DPAM5180 (0.5 SH) Geriatric Medicine I
  • DPAM5250 (2 SH) Critical Thinking I
  • DPAM5260 (2 SH) Psychiatry/Mental Health
  • DPAM5169 (1 SH) Special Populations

 

Summer 1: (Didactic Phase)
  • DPAM5212 (2 SH) Human Anatomy II
  • DPAM5222 (2 SH) Pathophysiology II
  • DPAM5432 (4 SH) Medical Practice II
  • DPAM5232 (2 SH) Physical Diagnosis II
  • DPAM5162 (1 SH) Clinical Methods and Procedures II
  • DPAM5244 (2 SH) Pharmacotherapy Principles II
  • DPAM5172 (1.5 SH) Pediatric Medicine II
  • DPAM5182 (0.5 SH) Geriatric Medicine II
  • DPAM5252 (2 SH) Critical Thinking II
  • DPAM5104 (1 SH) Health Care Ethics
  • DPAM5102 (1 SH) Health Care Policy

 

Fall 1 : (Didactic Phase)
  • DPAM5214 (2 SH) Human Anatomy III
  • DPAM5224 (2 SH) Pathophysiology III
  • DPAM5434 (4 SH) Medical Practice III
  • DPAM5234 (2 SH) Physical Diagnosis III
  • DPAM5164 (1 SH) Clinical Methods and Procedures III
  • DPAM5246 (2 SH) Pharmacotherapy Principles III
  • DPAM5174 (1.5 SH) Pediatric Medicine III
  • DPAM5184 (0.5 SH) Geriatric Medicine III
  • DPAM5254 (2 SH) Critical Thinking III
  • DPAM5396 (3 SH) Global Health
  • DPAM5376 (3 SH) Foundations of Emergency Medicine
  • DPAM5178 (1 SH) Foundations of Surgery
  • DPAM5198 (1 SH) Transition to Clerkships
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