- Major Courses and General Education Courses
- Admission and Transfer Requirements
- Graduation Requirements
Why Choose Pre-Physician Assistant?
The Pre-Physician’s Assistant Studies program provides a quality Bachelor of Science degree and emphasizes a strong foundation of courses in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, and human physiology and anatomy. Completion of this degree with the recommended courses enhances a student’s application to Physician’s Assistant Programs. Students who don’t wish to enter Physician’s Assistant Studies can consult with their advisor for alternate career paths.
The Pre-Physician’s Assistant Studies program at Ferris State University provides students with a strong foundation of knowledge to meet the academic requirements to apply to schools that offer programs in Master of Science in Physician’s Assistant Studies.
Being accepted to a Master’s program in Physician’s Assistant Studies is not easy. It requires a lot of time, effort and careful preparation. Ferris provides students with clear advising and coursework needed to ensure success. Graduates from the Pre-Physician’s Assistant Studies program receive important skills as they pursue a position in a MS program. Admission to Masters Programs in Pre-Physician’s Assistant Studies are highly selective. FSU graduates with strong academic accomplishments experience a high rate of acceptance into Physician’s assistant Studies programs.
Pre-Physical Therapy BS, Biology - Minimum 121 Credits
Biology Electives - 6 Credits
300 or higher
Choose from Biology Elective list below.