Program Director: Dr. Thomas Meersman
The North Central College Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program (MSPAS) will prepare our diverse students to become competent medical providers who deliver humane, patient and relationship-centered primary care in collaboration with health professionals while developing future leaders committed to community service, life-long learning and advancement of the PA profession. The Program’s Five Foundational Pillars of Excellence are as follows: Humanism, Scholarship, Innovation, Leadership, and Community.
The North Central College Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program (MSPAS) will deliver an exemplary patient and relationship-centered medical curriculum using an outcomes-based approach that also encourages the scholarship of discovery and dissemination of medical knowledge to their peers, patients and communities.
The MSPAS program follows many policies listed on the program website and in the Admission and Academic Regulations sections. However, there are some policies specific to MSPAS. In order to view MSPAS specific policies, see the Master of Physician Assistant Studies Admission Requirements , the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Program Policies as well as the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program website.