Springfield College Physician Assistant Program Produces Perfect Pass Rate
PANCE is a computer-based, multiple-choice test comprised of questions that assess basic medical and surgical knowledge. To be eligible for PANCE, students must have graduated from a physician assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant Program.
The Springfield College PA Program educates primary care physician assistants eligible for employment in a wide variety of medical settings and specialties. This 27-month graduate program culminates in a master of science in physician assistant studies. Students can enter the program as a first-year student, and in six years, earn a bachelor of science in health science/pre PA and complete the master’s-level PA program. The master of science degree is awarded at the conclusion of the PA program.
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