Physician assistants (PAs) are health professionals licensed to practice medicine with physician supervision.
Employment of physician assistants is projected to grow 37% through 2027, much faster than the average for all occupations. (source)
The median annual wage for physician assistants in May 2017. (source)
Penn College has opened many doors for me. The staff has become my family and my classmates will forever be in my heart. It was not easy by any means, but with motivation and a drive to make a difference in this world the PA program can be accomplished. Honestly, the best decision I have made in my life. In hindsight it is a short timeline of hard work and perseverance.
Filippo, Physician Assistant, 2015
The PA program at Penn College is intense and challenging, but with the support of the faculty and my peers it was a goal that was attainable. The small class size and hands on training provided me the experience and confidence necessary to thrive in the Physician Assistant profession. Penn college really does prepare you in all aspects to be a successful practitioner. Deciding to go there was one of the best decisions I ever made!
Ashley, Physician Assistant, 2015
Other Physician Assistant Information
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) Pass Rates
The NCCPA 5-year pass rate summary compares the pass rate of Penn College first time takers (PANCE) to the national average. Read More