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Physician Assistant, Bachelor of Science

Health Sciences student
130 Credits
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Queens Campus

Overview

Due to the transition from the B.S. to M.S. degree program, we are no longer accepting applicants to the B.S. undergraduate PA degree program. Our M.S. graduate degree PA program will be accepting the first cohort for the Fall of 2019 in 2018

Students Applying to the M.S. Physician Assistant program

Applicants to the M.S. Physician Assistant Program must have a bachelor’s degree along with meeting our pre-requisite courses. For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed graduate programs at St. John's University, please visit the Office of Graduate Admission online or contact the Office of Graduate Admission directly.

Undergraduate Degree Progression

The St. John’s PA program accepts a maximum of 75 students each year. Of the approximately 125 students enrolled in the current B.S. Physician Assistant major as freshmen at St. John’s, a maximum of 75 students are able to progress into the third year of the program. Students eligible for progression are evaluated based on academic performance, an individual interview, communication skills, and the ability to fulfill the technical standards of the program.  If any student is required to repeat a course or withdraws from the major, they will lose their seat and be required to change their major.

Students are evaluated for progression based on academic performance, an individual interview, communication skills, and the ability to fulfill the technical standards of the program. 

Contact Information

Dr. Andrew J. Bartilucci Center
Physician Assistant Education Program
175-05 Horace Harding Expressway
Fresh Meadows, NY 11369

Trudy Simone
Phone: 718-990-8417
Fax: 718-357-4588
[email protected]

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