Make a positive impact in health care and in your community as a Physician Assistant
As a valuable member of a health care team, you can be part of a collaborative approach to patient-centered care that enhances treatment plans and can improve outcomes.
Take the first step toward a career as a physician assistant, ranked the No. 3 best job by U.S. News & World Report, and pursue the best program for the job, Physician Assistant Studies.
Our 28 month, coeducational program, which enrolled its inaugural cohort in Jan. 2017, will provide you with a solid foundation and prepare you with the knowledge and skills necessary to work in a changing and evolving health care environment. Please contact us at 860.231.5420 or [email protected] with questions.
2019 Marks Graduation of the Inaugural Physician Assistant Studies Class
“I hope that we all leave here today with the confidence to pursue our passions and be great at what we love. As we step forth into 'the real world,' don’t forget to lift up the people around you whenever you can.” — Kylie Hoang M’19
Reading Time: 2 minutes On Monday, May 13, 2019, the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) held its 84th commencement ceremony at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn. Family and friends gathered in the audience as the University awarded 235 bachelor’s degrees, 500 master’s degrees, and more than 80 doctoral degrees. Among the graduates this year was the inaugural class
Reading Time: 2 minutes At the University of Saint Joseph (USJ), our core value of Compassionate Service is executed daily by our community. To combine this value into our teaching and learning experiences, our Physician Assistant (PA) Students have volunteered at numerous locations in the Hartford area. These organizations included the Rocking Chair Project, Fight for Air Climb, and
Reading Time: 1 minute The University of Saint Joseph recognized the Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Class of 2021 on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019, in its third annual White Coat Ceremony. During the ceremony, which marked their official induction into the PA Studies program, members of the Class each received their first white coat – a symbol of professionalism and