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Tuition

Program Tuition/Fees
$81,550

 

Additional Fees

Williamsburg

Living, Transportation, and Conference Travel Expenses – Varies
Students are responsible for arranging their own housing accommodations, transportation, and any expenses associated with relocations and travel to/from clinical assignments for clinical rotation courses. All Program participants can anticipate temporary relocation for at least one of their required clinical practice experiences during the final year of the Program.

A campus parking permit ($15 per academic year) is required.

During both years, students will be attending one or two preselected Physician Assistant conferences. Students will be responsible for travel, conference registration fees, lodging, and meals during the conference.

Textbooks and Information Resources – Varies
Each student will be required to purchase textbooks. The approximate cost will be $1500. Most of these resources will need to be purchased at the onset of the program and used throughout the duration of the 27 months.

A trainee subscription to UpToDate medical reference (~ $199.00 per year), an online evidence-based peer reviewed medical information resource, is also required. This will be required before the start of the clinical phase of the program.

A one-time clinical experience tracking fee of $80 will be required before the start of the clinical year.

The program also requires that each student purchase the KAPLAN Q-BANK ($149 one-time fee) and PAE End of Rotation Exams ($30 each exam charged per clinical year semester). Both of these items will be used during the clinical phase of the program.

Membership into KAPA (one-time fee of $25) and AAPA (one-time fee of $75) is required. Subscription and Dues will be provided through the institution.

Students will be required to purchase a privacy filter for their computer screen to use for testing purposes.

Students will also be required to purchase a stethoscope and tuning fork set before the start of the didactic phase. Students will be responsible for purchasing a white coat before the clinical phase. This coat will be selected by the program and the students will reimburse the program for the cost once the coat is purchased.

Medical Insurance – Varies
All MSPAS Physician Assistant students are required to have medical insurance coverage throughout the program.  Students are not required to obtain their health insurance from any particular company or entity however, students are responsible for the cost of their health insurance.

Background Check, Drug Screen, and Immunization Tracker
All students are required to complete a satisfactory level 1 background check prior to matriculation as well as a urine drug screen and physical exam with documentation of required immunizations. The MSPAS program uses the company,CastleBranch, to track progress of completion for various requirements before the student can matriculate in the program. Please see cost profile below:

  • Level 1 background check (~$55.00)
  • Urine Drug/Alcohol Screen (Must be performed at a Quest Diagnostics or LabCorp) (~$39.00)
  • Physical Exam with Immunization Documentation (~$35.00) 

The following list displays entrance required and clinical year required vaccination. Please see details of full entrance and clinical year requirements in the PA Catalog & Policy Handbook and the Clinical Year Handbook.

  • Proof of TB Test (positive results will require the students to receive a chest x-ray and further evaluation)
  • Proof of Hepatitis B vaccine and positive Hep B Ab (titer)
  • Proof of MMR vaccine or immunity
  • Proof of Varicella history of vaccination
  • Proof of Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis vaccine
  • Annual Influenza vaccine while on clinical year
  • Proof of Meningococcal vaccine**
  • Pneumococcal polysaccharide PPV vaccine**

**These vaccinations are not required by the program based on current CDC guidelines. If a clinical site requires these vaccinations, students must comply with facility guidelines.

Northern Kentucky

Living, Transportation, and Conference Travel Expenses – Varies
Students are responsible for arranging their own housing accommodations, transportation, and any expenses associated with relocations and travel to/from clinical assignments for clinical rotation courses. All Program participants can anticipate temporary relocation for at least one of their required clinical practice experiences during the final year of the Program.

During the program, students will be attending one or two preselected Physician Assistant conferences. Students will be responsible for travel, conference registration fees, lodging, and meals during the conference(s).

Textbooks and Information Resources – Varies
Each student will be required to purchase textbooks. The approximate cost will be $1500. Most of these resources will need to be purchased at the onset of the program and used throughout the duration of the 27 months.

A trainee subscription to UpToDate medical reference (~ $199.00 per year), an online evidence-based peer reviewed medical information resource, is also required. This will be required before the start of the clinical phase of the program.

A one-time clinical experience tracking fee of $80 will be required before the start of the clinical year.

The program also requires that each student purchase the KAPLAN Q-BANK ($149 one-time fee) and PAEA End of Rotation Exams ($30 per exam charged per clinical year semester). Both of these items will be used during the clinical phase of the program.

Membership into KAPA (one-time fee of $25) and AAPA (one-time fee of $75) is required. Subscription and Dues will be provided through the institution.

Students will be required to purchase a laptop and privacy filter for their computer screen to use for testing purposes.

Students will also be required to purchase a medical equipment set at the start of the didactic phase. An equipment list will be provided to entering students upon admission to the program. Students will be responsible for purchasing a white coat before the clinical phase. This coat will be selected by the program and the students will reimburse the program for the cost once the coat is purchased.

Medical Insurance – Varies
All MSPAS Physician Assistant students are required to have medical insurance coverage throughout the program. Students are not required to obtain their health insurance from any particular company or entity; however, students are responsible for the cost of their health insurance.

Background Check, Drug Screen, and Immunization Tracker
All students are required to complete a satisfactory level 1 background check prior to matriculation as well as a urine drug screen and physical exam with documentation of required immunizations. The Northern Kentucky Campus MSPAS program uses the company, CastleBranch, to track progress of completion for various requirements before the student can matriculate in the program.

The following list displays entrance required and clinical year required vaccinations. Please see details of full entrance and clinical year requirements in the PA Catalog & Policy Handbook.

  • Proof of TB Test (positive results will require the student to receive a chest x-ray and further evaluation)
  • Proof of Hepatitis B vaccine and positive Hep B Ab (titer)
  • Proof of MMR vaccine or immunity
  • Proof of Varicella history or vaccination
  • Proof of Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis vaccine
  • Annual Influenza vaccine while on clinical year
  • Proof of Meningococcal vaccine**
  • Pneumococcal polysaccharide PPV vaccine**

**These vaccinations are not required by the program based on current CDC guidelines. If a clinical site requires these vaccinations, students must comply with facility guidelines.