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I was just wondering if there were any PA Masters programs in the NYC area. Those are the only ones I would consider if not I will just stick with my home state Texas :D .
 

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LesAg06 said:
I was just wondering if there were any PA Masters programs in the NYC area. Those are the only ones I would consider if not I will just stick with my home state Texas :D .
New York (21 listings)(I left only those that offer an ms)

Albany Medical College - M
Physician Assistant Program
Center for Physician Assistant Studies
47 New Scotland Avenue, Mail Code 4
Albany, NY
12208-3412
Phone: 518/262-5251
Email: [email protected]

Daemen College - B, M
Physician Assistant Department
4380 Main Street
Amherst, NY
14226-3592
Phone: 800/462-7652
Email: [email protected]

Le Moyne College - M
Physician Assistant Program
Department of Biology
1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY
13214-1399
Phone: 315/445-4745
Email: [email protected]

Mercy College - B, M
Graduate Program in Physician Assistant Studies
1200 Waters Place
Bronx, NY
10461
Phone: 914/674-7635
Email: [email protected]

Wagner College/Staten Island University Hospital - C, B, M
Physician Assistant Program
74 Melville Street
Staten Island, NY
10309-4035
Phone: 718/226-2928
Email: [email protected]




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C - Certificate of Completion
A - Associate's Degree
B - Bachelor's Degree
M - Master's Degree




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According to Stony Brook's website, they are to transition to a Masters Level program hopefully this fall.
 

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Supposedly Pace University will start a Master's program in Fall 2006 - one track is geared toward Hospital Admin, the other track towards clinicals.

So they've told me.
 

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Tombs said:
Supposedly Pace University will start a Master's program in Fall 2006 - one track is geared toward Hospital Admin, the other track towards clinicals.

So they've told me.

and where did you get this info?
 

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Yale and Quinnipiac Universities both have good programs in the New Haven, CT area; they're certainly closer to NYC than some of the ones up there. ^

I believe they are both regarded highly but Quinnipiac grads have an especially good rep in the CT/northeast area when it comes to getting jobs. The Q program is very intensive, and it's tough to stay afloat. But if you do, you'll be that much better prepared.

Good luck to you!