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The Physician Assistant master's degree program takes pride in developing leaders who inspire, empower and influence positive change.  The mission of the Physician Assistant Studies program is to provide educational experiences which prepare physician assistant graduates to enhance the access to primary medical care for the citizens of rural and medically underserved eastern North Carolina and beyond in an educational community where faculty, staff, clinical instructors, students, and other health care providers work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect, cooperation, compassion and commitment.

 

Want to know more?

If you are planning to apply to the ECU Physician Assistant Studies program within the next 1-2 years and have questions about the program, you can attend one of our Closer Look sessions. Closer Look is a time to closely examine program requirements and get tips on creating the best application. The sessions are led by members of the admissions committee. To register to attend click here. These events are held quarterly from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., upcoming session dates are listed below:

  • November 7, 2014
For prospective applicants who are more than two years from applying, representatives from the ECU PA program can be found at university open house events (see calendar of events here) or for undergraduate and high school groups questions can be directed to paadmissions@ecu.edu. Also visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for specific information regarding the program.



 
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