The Physician Assistant Program at Campbell University focuses on an evidence-based, patient centered, clinically practical curriculum which will prepare students for the opportunity to enter one of the fastest growing health care professions. Students who complete the program will earn a Master of Physician Assistant Practice (MPAP) degree.
Pending final approval by the University Curriculum Council, the Campbell University PA Program proposes a transition from a 28-month program to a 24-month program beginning June 2015. For more information, click here.
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State of the Art Facilities
Campbell University’s Physician Assistant Program is housed in the new Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences. The 96,500 square foot facility contains a simulation center for standardized patients, a physical assessment lab, 12 OSCE rooms, and an anatomy lab. It includes numerous student group rooms, a resource library, a small café, and sophisticated technical equipment for hands-on, real-life application.
Elevate Your Career
CNN ranked physician assistants as the second highest ranked job on their list of “100 Best Jobs in America.” The demand for physician assistants is growing rapidly due to changes in the health care industry in which the need for health care and cost containment are increasing. The expected job outlook for physician assistant candidates is exceptionally bright, with an anticipated growth of more than 20% between 2008 and 2018.