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  1. Some Pre-PA students transfer in years 2 and 3 with quite a bit of experience to finish prerequisites. For those who need more healthcare experience, we help our Pre-PA students get experience through CNA, EMT, and volunteer work. We do not require the Pre-PA students to do a specific experience, but instead, work with their interests and help find healthcare opportunities that best fit them.
  2. CSM is an all Women college, and since the PA program begins as an undergraduate before progressing to graduate, we can only accept Women at this time.
  3. College of Saint Mary in Omaha, NE, will be starting a PA program, which combines a 5-year Bachelor of Science in Human Biology & Master of Science in Physician Assistant. Start in Pre-Physician Assistant classes leading to a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and begin PA classes in your 4th year of study. If accepted as a Pre-PA student and progression requirements are completed successfully, you will be enrolled in CSM’s PA program with no further application required! College of Saint Mary … • Offers small class sizes and one-to-one attention from caring and knowledgeable professors • Has NEW, state-of-the-art simulation labs • Prepares our graduates for PA certification through the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination (PANCE) leading to licensure and practice High school seniors/college students: Become a PA in 5 years instead of the traditional 6-7 years with the comfort of knowing you will be admitted into the program if you are accepted as a Pre-PA student and meet the progression requirements. College graduates: Take missing prerequisites by joining CSM in year 2 or 3 as a Pre-PA student and have the security of knowing you will be admitted into the program if you are accepted as a Pre-PA student and meet the progression requirements. To learn more about CSM and our new PA program, please contact Shaun Grammer, PA-C, PA Program Director at sgrammer@csm.edu The College of Saint Mary Physician Assistant (PA) Program has applied for provisional accreditation from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). CSM anticipates matriculating its first PA class in Fall 2016, pending provisional accreditation in Spring 2016. Provisional accreditation is an accreditation status for a new PA program that has not yet enrolled students, but at the time of its comprehensive accreditation review, has demonstrated its preparedness to initiate a program in accordance with the accreditation Standards. Pre-PA students are currently being accepted and under all circumstances will be eligible to complete a degree in human biology.
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