Demographics

 

 

Class

 

Enrolled

 

Full Time

 

Male

 

Female

2013

34

34

12

21

2014

47

47

20

28

2015

49

49

21

28

Total

130

130

53

77

 

 

Ethnicity

 

Ethnic Group

 

Number

American Indian / Alaskan

1

Asian

4

African American

2

Hispanic / Latino

3

Native Hawaiian / Islander

0

White

116

Other

4

Total

130

 

 

Financial Aid

 

Source of Financial Aid

 

Number of students

Traditional Loan

98

Private Pay

8

Combined Private Pay and Loans

11

Employer Paid

0

Other

13

 

 

    Attrition Rate by Class

 

Class

 

Rate

2011

18.2%

2012

16.7%

2013

5.7%

 

Attrition Rate by Year

 

Year

 

Rate

National

Average

2009

4.5%

5%

2010

9.8%

5.8%

2011

4.9%

5.8%

2012

2.7%

5.8%

 

Bethel University PA Program 3rd Party Services

Since April 2001, the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA) has offered the Central Application Service for Physician Assistants (CASPA).  CASPA offers applicants a convenient, state-of-the-art, web-based application service that will allow you to apply to any number of participating PA educational programs by completing a single application.  The on-line application was specifically designed for your ease and convenience.  With far less paperwork, streamlined processing, and ongoing communication with applicants, CASPA offers you the ability to apply to multiple programs across the country.

 

As a respected healthcare provider, you will enjoy an exciting and fulfilling career as a PA.  The physician assistant profession is one of the fastest growing healthcare careers nationwide.

 

CASPA is a service of the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA).   PAEA is the only organization representing physician assistant educational programs nationwide.  PAEA’s mission is to pursue excellence, foster faculty development, advance the body of knowledge that defines quality education and patient –centered care, and promote diversity in all aspects of physician assistant education.