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University of Findlay

Findlay,
OH
1000 N. Main St.
Findlay,
OH
45840

Program Website:

Admissions Office Email:

paprogram@findlay.edu
419-434-4529

Program Information

Length of Program:

28 Months

Part-Time Option Available:  

No

Starting Semester: 

Fall

Accreditation:

Continued

Students per Class:

24

PANCE First-Time Pass Rate: 

100%

Cost of Attendance (Resident / Non-Resident): 

$82,578 / $82,578   Does not include living expenses.

Combined Degree Program(s) Offered: 

None

Admissions Information

Application:

Participates in CASPA:

Yes

Application Deadline:

October 1
(Rolling Admissions not Stated)

GPA:

Minimum GPA:   

3

Minimum Science GPA:

3

Average GPA: 

Not Reported by Program

Average Science GPA:   

Not Reported by Program

Shadowing and Experience:

PA Shadowing Required or Recommended:

Recommended

Minimum PA Shadowing: 

None

Patient Care Experience Required:

None

Patient Care Experience Recommended: 

No Specific Recommendation

Additional Information Regarding Patient Care:

The physician assistant program recommends that all applicants participate in patient contact health care experiences. This may be obtained through employment, volunteering, and/or shadowing. Candidates are given preference based upon the total number of hours and the type of health care experience. Quality and quantity of hours will be used as admission criteria.

Testing

Test(s) Required:

None

GRE Deadline:

Not Applicable

GRE Expiration:

Not Applicable

PA-CAT Deadline:

Not Applicable

CASPer Required:

No

CASPer Deadline:

Not Applicable

Coursework Policies

Coursework Expiration:

Not Available
Courses successfully completed within the last five years are recognized as ideal, and courses completed 10 or more years prior to application to the program are generally considered to have exceeded the program statutory limits. Classes that must be completed within this 10 year time period include Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Medical Terminology.

Online Coursework Accepted:

Yes

Community College Coursework Accepted:

Yes

Pending Prerequisite Coursework Allowed:

Yes
Any coursework in progress after submission of the CASPA application must be completed with a “C” or higher and maintain the required minimum overall GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in order to be eligible for admission into the program.

Prerequisites

Course
Semesters
Required or Recommended
Notes
General Chemistry
2 Semesters with Lab
Required
Organic Chemistry
Not Required
Biochemistry
Not Required
Biochemistry or Organic Chemistry Options
1 Semester with Lab
Required
Introductory Biology
Not Required
Microbiology
1 Semester with Lab
Required
Upper-Level Biology
Not Required
Genetics
1 Semester
Course Required, Lab Recommended
Anatomy and Physiology
2 Semesters: 1 Each of Anatomy and Physiology, OR 2 Semesters of Combined Anatomy/Physiology, Each with Lab
Required
Physics
1 Semester with Lab
Required
Medical Terminology
Not Required
English / Writing
Not Required
Psychology
1 Semester
Required
Social Sciences
Not Required
Statistics
1 Semester
Required
A higher level of math will also fulfill this requirement.
Other Math
Not Required
Foreign Language
Not Required
Other Requirements
No more than 2 "C" grades will be allowed for prerequisite courses.
Other Recommendations

None.

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