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UT’s 27-month, 112-credit program, will admit 48 students once per year and is designed to prepare graduates to provide medical care as part of an interprofessional health care team. The curriculum consists of four semesters of classroom training followed by three semesters of clinical rotations. All students enter as a single cohort in the fall semester, complete seven continuous semesters, and graduate in December with a Master of Physician Assistant Medicine degree (MPAM).

Course of Study

Certifications and additional training in the curriculum include the following:

BLS (Basic Life Support)
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
PALS (Pediatric Advance Life Support)
PhTLS (Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support)
BBP/HIPPA (Blood Born Pathogen)
CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) Certificate of Waiver
Mask Fitting
Institute For Health Care Open School Basic Certificate in Quality
Ultrasound guided procedure (16 hour CME certification)
Stop the Bleed - Trainer

Course Descriptions and Curriculum Policies