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Personal Statement of Purpose Help for Admission to Physician Assistant Master's Degree Programs.

The Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MS or MPAS) Program prepares students for clinical positions as primary care physician assistants. The course of study usually requires at least two years of consecutive coursework for students who have met the prerequisite requirements and been admitted to the program. Admission is limited and competitive.

 Physician assistants are highly skilled medical professionals who have for over 40 years functioned as members of a team delivering quality healthcare. Working alongside physicians, PAs provide medical services traditionally performed by physicians. These services include taking medical histories, performing physical examinations, ordering and interpreting tests, diagnosing and treating medical conditions, educating and counseling patients, performing minor medical/surgical procedures, and, in most states, prescribing medications. Specific PA's duties are determined in accordance with physician supervision.

Why I Chose to be a Physician Assistant.

Sample 1st Paragraph for the Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies

I have dreamed of a career in health care for many years. Now that I am finishing up my undergraduate studies in Biology, I am keenly looking forward to entering a Physician Assistant program next fall, 2013. I am fascinated with everything having to do with medicine and I am a strong believer that it is best to pursue the area where one’s professional passion lies. Now 36, I am pushing the age limits for medical school. I feel that I am a good fit for the role of Physician Assistant for many reasons; most of all, because of the sheer joy that I find in contact with patients, the kind of extensive and intimate contact enjoyed by the Physician Assistant.