While Pace’s Physician Assistant Masters program was challenging, Hima chose Pace for its New York City location, giving her exposure to an extremely diverse patient population. She credits her professors with giving her the support she needed to complete her degree as well as sharing their own real-world clinical experiences in order that she reach her professional goal as a critical care physician assistant.
Sybil decided to pursue a nursing degree at Pace University after working in real estate for 9 years in New York City and realized a nursing career would be more fulfilling. A good friend graduated from the accelerated BSN program at Pace and recommended it to Sybil. She ultimately made her decision to attend Pace based on clinical experience feedback and its overall reputation, particularly the high first-time pass rate of graduates on the NCLEX-RN exam. The hands-on hospital clinical experiences have been invaluable in helping her prepare to realize her dream of becoming a registered nurse.
MS in Physician Assistant Studies is the best Master’s degree for jobs, according to Forbes
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national median salary for Physician Assistants, per CNNMoney