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  1. Hi All, I am grateful to have gotten into two great schools, Stanford and Samuel Meritt. I was just wondering if the prestige of the PA school matters in the long run (job offers, salary, etc.) I am still debating which school I'd rather go to and weighing the pros and cons of each school. My biggest concern is that Stanford offers an Associates degree with an option to do an MMS (Masters of Medical Science) degree later. While Samuel Meritt offers an MPAS degree. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  2. Hi All, I am grateful to have gotten into two great schools, Stanford and Samuel Meritt. I was just wondering if the prestige of the PA school matters in the long run (job offers, salary, etc.) I am still debating which school I'd rather go to and weighing the pros and cons of each school. My biggest concern is that Stanford offers an Associates degree with an option to do an MMS (Masters of Medical Science) degree later. While Samuel Meritt offers an MPAS degree. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  3. Hi All, I am grateful to have gotten into two great schools, Stanford and Samuel Meritt. I was just wondering if the prestige of the PA school matters in the long run (job offers, salary, etc.) I am still debating which school I'd rather go to and weighing the pros and cons of each school. My biggest concern is that Stanford offers an Associates degree with an option to do an MMS (Masters of Medical Science) degree later. While Samuel Meritt offers an MPAS degree. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  4. Hi All, I am grateful to have gotten into two great schools, Stanford and Samuel Meritt. I was just wondering if the prestige of the PA school matters in the long run (job offers, salary, etc.) I am still debating which school I'd rather go to and weighing the pros and cons of each school. My biggest concern is that Stanford offers an Associates degree with an option to do an MMS (Masters of Medical Science) degree later. While Samuel Meritt offers an MPAS degree. Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  5. Let me rephrase: Samuel Meritt offers a MPAS degree after 27 months. Stanford offers an Associates degree, but we have the option to complete an MMS degree during your clinical years. So my question is: Is there a difference between an MMS degree and MPAS degree? I know hospitals like Kaiser require PAs to have a masters degree so does an MMS degree fulfill that requirement?
  6. Let me rephrase: Samuel Meritt offers a MPAS degree after 27 months. Stanford offers an Associates degree, but we have the option to complete an MMS degree during your clinical years. So my question is: Is there a difference between an MMS degree and MPAS degree? I know hospitals like Kaiser require PAs to have a masters degree so does an MMS degree fulfill that requirement?
  7. Hi everyone, I have a question: I got accepted to Samuel Meritts PA program which is a masters degree, is 27 months and is $80,000. I also got accepted to STANFORD University which is an AA degree but offers an MMS degree as well, its 21 months and is $50,000 ($60,00 including the MMS degree) I am having a hard time deciding on which program to choose. HELP!!!! My concern is the degree, I feel I should have a masters, but people are saying as long as you pass your boards the degree does not matter. I have also heard that in the year 2020 all PA programs will be required to be a masters degree level.
  8. Is an MMS degree as a PA considered equal to a MSPAS degree?
  9. I am in the middle of choosing between Samuel Meritt and Stanford!!! Any insight?????
  10. I just got my acceptance call today:) I am in the middle of choosing between two schools now, I got accepted to Samuel Meritts PA program and its a masters program. But I know Stanford has a good reputation, but my only concern is that its an associates program. Bgdog can u tell me what the program is like? pros and cons? I know in 2020 all Associate PA programs will be required to change into a masters.
  11. I spoke with Pam last week and she said not to expect any updates on the next step till April=)
  12. Hi, I was wondering if there are any long breaks during the first year??
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