Wayne State University

Courses offered - Physician Assistant Studies

*For a full overview of the courses you'll need, visit the curriculum page for your program.

PAS 7020 Clinical Medicine II

Prereq: PAS 7010.

Continuation of PAS 7010.

PAS 7030 Clinical Medicine III

Continuation of PAS 7020.

PAS 7050 Patient Evaluation II

Prereq: PAS 7040.

Continuation of PAS 7040.

PAS 7060 Patient Evaluation III

Continuation of PAS 7050.

PAS 7080 Health Care Issues II

Prereq: PAS 7070.

Continuation of PAS 7070.

PAS 7090 Health Care Issues III

Continuation of PAS 7080.

PAS 7100 Pharmacology I

Prereq: admission to physician assistant studies program.

Principles of pharmacologic action followed by review of major therapeutic agents in each clinical area. Major systems of the body as related to drugs and diseases.

PAS 7110 Pharmacology II

Continuation of PAS 7100,

PAS 7510 Pathophysiology II

Prereq: PAS 7500.

Continuation of PAS 7500.

PAS 7520 Pathophysiology III

Continuation of PAS 7510.

PAS 8010 Obstetrics and Gynecology Rotation: Practicum

Prereq: completion of first year didactic curriculum in PAS.

Advanced training in the problems associated with gestation, birth, and women's health.

PAS 8020 Emergency Medicine Rotation: Practicum

Prereq: completion of first year didactic curriculum in PAS.

Advanced training in all aspects of the practice of urgent and emergency medicine.

PAS 8030 Pediatrics Rotation: Practicum

Prereq: completion of first year didactic curriculum in PAS.

Advanced training in the care of children from birth through adolescence.

PAS 8040 Psychiatry Rotation: Practicum

Prereq: completion of first year didactic curriculum in PAS.

Advanced training in the care of patients with psychiatric disorders.

PAS 8060 Family Medicine Rotation: Practicum

Advanced training in outpatient evaluation of pediatric and adult patients with emphasis on family health, lifespan, and coordination of the health care team.

PAS 8070 Preceptorship

Rotation specialized to the primary care needs of individual physician assistant students in last phase of clinical training.