PHA 302 - Master’s Research Project
Semester Hours: 3
The master’s research project offers the student the choice between two tracks. The first track affords the student the opportunity to produce an exhaustive, evidence-based critical review of the clinical literature on a selected topic. The second track requires the student to perform an analysis of a population-based problem using the principles of community-oriented primary care. Both tracks will lead to written capstone project that integrates the elements of a scientific article.
Open only to students enrolled in the professional phase of the Physician Assistant Studies Program. May not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.
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