Program Goals and Outcomes

The program has six primary goals that reflect the mission of the university and department.

  1. Select well qualified applicants for admission in the program.
  2. Produce competent entry level physician assistants.
  3. Maintain student graduation rate above the national average.
  4. Prepare students to provide patient-centered care and collegially work on collaborative medical teams in an interprofessional environment.
  5. Prepare physician assistants to make a difference in their communities through skills and service.
  6. Prepare students to work with and provide equitable, inclusive care to a diverse population.

View the success of the program in achieving its goals.