Shenandoah Graduates First PA Studies Class

Shenandoah University recently celebrated the graduation of its first cohort of students from its Physician Assistant Studies program, which is housed at the university’s Leesburg campus, Scholar Plaza.

Fifty-two graduates were honored at the ceremony, held at Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre in Winchester. The Physician Assistant Studies graduate program began offering classes at Scholar Plaza in July 2016 with 12 students.

The Physician Assistant Studies program is an accredited, eight-semester, 30-month, graduate-level program leading to a master of science in physician assistant studies. Learn more at su.edu/physician-assistant.

Anthony Miller, professor and director of Shenandoah University’s Physician Assistant Studies program, speaks at the program’s first graduation ceremony Dec. 15. [Courtesy of Shenandoah University]

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