Professional Licensure Disclosure: Physician Assistant
The Bay Path University Physician Assistant Program is fully accredited by ARC-PA. This accreditation status designates a Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) degree from Bay Path University as sufficient in all 50 states to meet the program component for initial state licensure. States will also require graduates to have successfully achieved their NCCPA certification by passing the PANCE exam. For a complete summary of the initial licensure requirements in all 50 states, please refer to the American Academy of Physician Assistant’s (AAPA) Statutory and Regulatory Requirements for Initial Licensure and License Renewal resource.
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