Physician Assistant

Do you have what it takes to be a part of this highly selective master’s level program?

Making a difference requires hard work and dedication.

Everyone wants to make the world a better place. As a physician assistant, you will. Under physician supervision, you'll work with patients to evaluate, diagnose, and treat medical conditions. Thanks to extensive experience with the latest technologies, practices, techniques, and procedures, you'll feel prepared to make the critical healthcare decisions.

Social Links

Explore our programs

Physician Assistant Studies (M.S.)

This two-year physician assistant studies master's program includes a year of intensive lab-based study and a year of clinical experience in a variety of medical settings. 

Biomedical Sciences (B.S.)

Explore the engaging intersection of biology and medicine in preparation for careers in biomedical sciences and laboratory science.

Tour Schedule

Seeing is believing.

Think Penn College might be a good fit for you? Make plans to visit and discover what hands-on learning is all about.

Feb 24

Graduate Open House

Saturday, February 24 8:30 AM - 3 PM

Apr 7

Graduate Open House

Sunday, April 7 8:30 AM - 3 PM

More tour dates are on the way.

But let's customize a tour for you now. Call, chat, or email for options.

Need a different date?

Let's customize a tour for you now. Call, chat, or email for options.


Admissions Office

Our People

Here for you every step of the way

When you study at Penn College, your instructors will do more than know your name. They'll get to know you. Experienced, passionate, and dedicated to your success, Penn College faculty are here to support your academic journey.

Meet Faculty and Staff

Penn College News

Observance celebrates PAs' contribution to nation's health

Students in the physician assistant program capped off PA Week, celebrated Oct. 6-12 every year, with a Wednesday pizza picnic in front of the Physician Assistant Center.


Penn College introduces updated Physician Assistant Center

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s physician assistant program hosted an open house on Sept. 15 to showcase recently completed renovations that promise to provide a true-to-life setting for hands-on education. Throughout the Physician Assistant Center, updates provide equipment and spaces that mirror the scenarios students will encounter in the clinical rotations they complete during their final year of study. New spaces include a Family Medicine Lab, a Women’s Health Lab and an Emergency Medicine Lab.


Student’s podcast advances her mission to prevent suicide

Helping others to feel comfortable talking about mental health is vitally important to new Pennsylvania College of Technology graduate Tori Siler: because 800,000 people worldwide die by suicide every year (an average of one person every 40 seconds), because most individuals see a medical professional within a month of taking their life, and on the most personal level, because her father took his life in 2015, when Siler was 14 years old.