I am currently struggling to decide which field I want to pursue ( Master's in Health Administration vs Physician Assistant). I want to interact with patients but I also want to focus on managing hospitals and program implementation. Do you guys have any suggestions on what I can do that could expose my to both of my interests or if one has a higher job demand than the other? Any feedback is appreciated!
I'm working bringing my GPA up to a 3.0 from a 2.96. Afterwards, I'm thinking about doing a master's program. I recently ran across a Graduate Certificate in Medical Physiology offered by UF. I just wanted to know if anyone has finished it and what the program was like. If anyone has any suggestions to a short master's programs that would be great too. I'm looking for something that would benefit in the long run, not just any degree. Thanks
I am a practicing physician assistant just 6 months out of school from a bachelor's in PA studies. I want to get my masters but unsure of whether to go with health administration route or public health route. Not sure which one would mean what for me and what are my options to grow professionally. I just need some opinions and guidance.
Hi guys, I applied to PA schools at the beginning of this cycle. However, I had a feeling that I won't be hearing back, mostly due to my undergrad GPA, and started a one year masters program in biomedical sciences. I will be graduating with a 4.0 and took all upper level science classes. So my question is, will this GPA help raise my overall sGPA which was a 3.2? Or is it placed in a separate category and counted towards masters GPA? And In that case will they look at both sGPA's or still give more weight to the undergrad sGPA?
Bonus question: Am I allowed to match a science class from my masters program as a pre-req? For example; grad school immunology course for PA schools that ask for "other science courses".