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10 hours ago, Romeo said:

Hi! For some reason, I can not find this anywhere on the Stanford website. But can you apply to this program if you have a C? Or are they only accepting B- and up?


Stanford is very funny.

Preparatory Coursework | Master of Science in PA Studies | Stanford Medicine

According to their website, there is no minimum to my knowledge but I would assume like most PA programs, C and up. 

Here are the preferred canidates:

Preference is given to applicants with the following characteristics:

  • GPA of 3.5 or greater (overall and science), with course load of 2 or more science/math courses per quarter/semester
  • Absence of D/F/W on transcripts
  • Completion of highly recommended and recommended preparatory coursework
  • Standardized test scores of 50% or greater
  • Exceptional life experiences (distance traveled, award winners, military service, athletic accomplishments, fluency in multiple languages, local, national or international reputation, global health work)
  • Stanford University or Stanford Medicine affiliations
  • Residence in medically underserved or health professional shortage area
  • Applicants with prior leadership experience or potential leadership 
  • Direct patient care experience and hours
  • Research and publications
  • Volunteer work and hours
  • Absence of misdemeanors, felonies, academic probation or loss of professional privileges
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