UNMC offers a program of study that leads to the Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) degree. The equivalent program will be offered on two campuses, UNMC in Omaha, and the University of Nebraska Kearney. The instruction will be shared so that students have comparable learning experiences while being able to reside at either location.
Since 1973, the University of Nebraska Medical Center Physician Assistant Program has been training PAs at the Omaha campus. The Omaha campus features state-of-the-art facilities including the $53 million Michael F. Sorrell Center for Health Science Education.
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Starting in 2015, the University of Nebraska Medical Center Physician Assistant Program will offer world-class healthcare education in a place that feels like home. This collaboration with the University of Nebraska Kearney will help address current and projected workforce shortages in rural Nebraska. UNK will host a new $19 million Health Sciences Education Building featuring state-of-the-art collaborative learning spaces and technology.
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The UNMC Physician Assistant Program has applied for approval for expansion to a distance campus from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). UNMC anticipates matriculating its first class of PA students in fall 2015, pending ARC-PA approval in fall 2014.
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