What they do:Physician assistants practice medicine under the supervision of physicians and surgeons. They go to school to learn how to examine patients, diagnose injuries and illnesses, and provide treatment.
What it takes to become one:
Physician assistants have complete an accredited educational program. These programs usually end up with a master’s degree. All states require physician assistants to be licensed.
What they do:
Physician assistants work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, and other healthcare settings. Most work full time. They can pretty much do what doctors can except the surgeries.
One year of biologyBIO 1/1L - Contemporary Biology
BIO 2/2L - Introduction to Molecular Biology
One year of chemistryCHEM 2 - General Chemistry I
CHEM 10 - General Chemistry II
Additional courses in biologyBIO 120/120L - General Microbiology
BIO 161 - Human Physiology
BIO 164 - Human Anatomy
WritingWRI 10 - College Reading and Composition
Math MATH 18 - Statistics for Scientific Data Analysis
MATH 32 - Probability & Statistics
PSY 10 - Analysis of Psychological Data
Social sciencesANTH 1 - Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
PSY 1 - Introduction to Psychology
SOC 1 - Introduction to Sociology
Courses in the humanities
Some schools require additional courses in arts, humanities and foreign languages
$90,930 per year.
Observant, Communication, Intellectual, behavior and social skills.
Where they work:
Physician assistants work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, and other healthcare settings. Most work full time.
Job out look:
It's raising 38% per year which is a ridiculous speed compared to normal.
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