During the 26-month program, students will prepare for careers as physician assistants
through lectures, laboratory classes and clinical rotations where students will develop
technical proficiency along with communication and problem-solving skills.
What courses will I take as a PA student?
MS program courses may include:
- medicine, law and health care ethics
- clinical medicine
- behavioral medicine and psychiatry
Students also participate in interprofessional education (IPE) courses in which PA students work with students in PCOM Georgia’s other healthcare programs
to discuss and investigate approaches to solving healthcare issues as a collaborative
PCOM is committed to helping students maximize funding sources and minimize student
debt. Visit our Office of Financial Aid section to learn about cost of attendance, types of aid available and how to apply for financial aid.
Take your first step toward a career as a physician assistant and apply today for
our PA program in Georgia.
How do I apply to PCOM's physician assistant program in Georgia?
- Review PCOM's application requirements for the physician assistant studies program.
- Submit your application by visiting Centralized Application Service for Physician
Assistants (CASPA), an online application service.
- Submit all required application materials, including the PCOM application fee.
For questions regarding the submission of the CASPA application and GPA calculation,
contact CASPA directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-612-2080.
Should you have any questions related to the physician assistant studies program or
admissions process at PCOM Georgia, please contact the Office of Admissions via email
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