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  1. Classes begin on Sept. 3rd. Two day orientation is on Aug. 29 - 30, 2019.
  2. Hi anna1, the application deadline to CASPA for SCU is 1/15/2019. I believe interviews begins in Feb/March 2019.
  3. Hi everyone, I am currently completing a Microbiology Pre-req at SCU through their Accelerated Science courses offering and I am enrolled in their Human Physiology (HP) course. Note: they also offer the A&P I and II courses. According to the course description for the HP course, it is “designed primarily for health sciences programs including medicine, physician assistant, chiropractic, dental hygiene, pharmacy, nursing, physical therapy, sports and leisure studies, and other medical related fields.” The description for the Human Anatomy course similarly focuses on the same program track as HP. The A&P I and II does not address the program track as HP and HA. So I asked fellow pre-PA students in my Micro class who had taken A&P I and II through SCU, would this fulfill the PA pre-reqs and they say yes. They stated that there are current PA students in the SCU program who had taken the 4 unit A&P I and II courses through SCU. Here’s the link to the SCU Accelerated Science courses for you to compare: /www.scuhs.edu/academics/sps/accelerated-science-courses/. By the way, I opted for the HP course because I had already taken the HA course at a Community College. I will be on campus tomorrow, 8/22/18, to take my micro final so if anyone has any more questions from this thread, I will try to relay them to SCU PA admissions and, perhaps, post their response here. I hope that helps. Good luck to everyone applying this cycle. Hope to see you during the interviews in Feb/March 2019.
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