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University of Tampa

Master of Physician Assistant Medicine

University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida


Overview


Providing Excellence in Medical Education

Address

Physician Assistant Medicine
401 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, Florida, 33606, United States


Academics

Summary

The University of Tampa’s graduate-level physician assistant program leads to a Master of Physician Assistant Medicine (MPAM) degree. The program follows the traditional medical model of training, providing in-depth analysis of disease processes, diagnosis and treatment. Students engage in full-time study for seven semesters, earning their degree in 27 months.

Academic Fields
    Medicine.
    Physician Assistant.
    Community Health and Preventive Medicine.
    Anatomy.
Degrees
    Master's, MPAM, Master of Physician Assistant Medicine
    Formats

    On-Campus

    Keywords

    Physician Assistant, Medicine, Medical Professionals, Health Care,


    Admissions

    Summary
    UT’s 27-month, 112-credit program, will admit 48 students once per year and is designed to prepare graduates to provide medical care as part of an interprofessional health care team. The curriculum consists of four semesters of classroom training followed by three semesters of clinical rotations. All students enter as a single cohort in the fall semester, complete seven continuous semesters, and graduate in December with a Master of Physician Assistant Medicine degree (MPAM). Learn more about how this program prepares students for professional licensure.
    Academic Backgrounds
      Nursing Science.
      Nursing Practice.
      Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing, Other.
      Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse.

    Contacts

    Silhouette
    Angela Ward

    award@ut.edu