Hands on, relevant and real-world: Your experiences as a DMU physician assistant student will prepare you to practice with expertise and confidence.
There is close interaction among students and faculty at DMU. Our physician assistant faculty is dedicated and loyal with decades of experience not only as clinicians but also as educators.
Collaboration is a natural outgrowth of our program, which favors cooperation over competition.
The academic setting is professional and respectful yet relaxed and personal. Our campus is small enough that faculty will get to know each student individually.
There are many opportunities for students to get involved outside the classroom.
The gross anatomy lab at DMU is state-of-the-art. It includes flat-screen monitors at each dissection station.
PA students study with students from other DMU programs on selected clinical topics.
Technology is incorporated throughout the physician assistant program.
High Test Scores
The average first-time PANCE pass rate for DMU graduates is consistently above the national average. Learn more about our program outcomes.
Students can participate in short medical service trips or extended international rotations through the global health department.
The PA curriculum consists of 12 months of didactic studies, 12 months of clinical education, and a final (25th) month of summative assessments and various program activities.
Our class size is ideal for knowing your classmates well and at the same time benefitting from a variety of backgrounds and experiences