Interservice Physician Assistant Program - Fort Sam Houston, Texas
This Section For Active Duty Military Students Only
In 1996 the University of Nebraska entered into an agreement with the Armed Force’s newly created Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) to provide administrative and faculty support services for the primary care physician assistant program operated by the U.S. Armed Forces. Students enrolled in the IPAP receive academic credit from the University of Nebraska for course work completed as part of the IPAP.
Beginning in January 2011, students in the IPAP will complete 16 months of didactic course work at the Army’s Academy of Health Sciences, located at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. This will be followed by 13 months of supervised clinical clerkships at military or affiliated medical facilities.
Faculty — The faculty of the IPAP are military or civilian personnel who qualify for volunteer faculty appointments in the Division of Physician Assistant Education, School of Allied Health Professions.
Admission Requirements — Students admitted to the IPAP are selected by the military selection board of their respective service. The IPAP students are then matriculated at the University of Nebraska provided they have previously earned 60 semester hours of transferable college credit.
Degree Requirements — Students enrolling from 1996 through 2002 in the Interservice PA Program received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nebraska upon completion of the prescribed IPAP course work. Effective January 2003, IPAP students receive a Bachelor of Science degree upon completing Phase I of their training, and receive a Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree upon completing their PA training.
|First Year||Credit Hours|
|IPAP 500||ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I||7|
|IPAP 501||ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II||7|
|IPAP 506||MED/LAW ETHICS||2|
|IPAP 608||RESEARCH EVALUATION||2|
|IPAP 504||CLINICAL LABORATORY||4|
|IPAP 602||PHARMACOLOGY I||3|
|IPAP 623||MILITARY PUBLIC HEALTH/DENTAL||1|
|IPAP 631||PATIENT EVALUATION I||3|
|IPAP 612||CLINICAL CORRELATIONS I||1|
|IPAP 630||PHARMACOLOGY II||4|
|IPAP 632||PATIENT EVALUATION II||2|
|IPAP 613||CLINICAL CORRELATIONS II||1|
|IPAP 618||EMERGENCY MEDICINE||5|
|IPAP 619||INFECTIOUS DISEASES||3|
|IPAP 624||PA PROFESSIONAL ISSUES||1|
|Total Credit Hours||101|
|Fifth Year||Credit Hours|
|IPAP 700||SURGERY ROTATION||5|
|IPAP 701||DERMATOLOGY ROTATION||4|
|IPAP 702||OBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGY ROTATION||4|
|IPAP 703||ORTHOPEDICS ROTATION||6|
|IPAP 704||PSYCHIATRY ROTATION||3|
|IPAP 705||INTERNAL MEDICINE ROTATION||6|
|IPAP 706||ENT/ALLERGY ROTATION||4|
|IPAP 707||PEDIATRICS ROTATION||5|
|IPAP 708||OPHTHALMOLOGY ROTATION||2|
|IPAP 709||EMERGENCY MED ROTATION||3|
|IPAP 710||FAMILY PRACTICE/OUTPATIENT MEDICINE ROTATION||4|
|IPAP 711||CLINICAL ELECTIVE ROTATION||4|
|IPAP 712||DIRECTED STUDY||2|
|Total Credit Hours||52|