Doctor of Medical ScienceJune 19, 2023 2023-12-13 23:32
Doctor of Medical Science
Leaders. Scholarship. Compassion.
The Rocky Mountain College (RMC) Doctor of Medical Science (DMSc) Program promotes the Physician Assistant profession through the enhancement of knowledge in leadership, healthcare policy, quality medical delivery improvement, and research. This cutting-edge Program is facilitated by excellent faculty who are subject-matter experts. All courses are taught by PA-C, DMSc, PhD, MD’s with extensive experience in academia as well as clinical practice.
An engaged faculty with small class sizes ensures quality feedback and student growth. The versatility of a DMSc provides opportunities in leadership, academic positions and promotion, enhanced ability to provide quality care, and professional development. Scholarly work provides the confidence to move forward in the PA profession, advancing clinical practice through healthcare practicums and support from colleagues.
Flexible Learning Model
The online delivery for this program allows flexibility for students to earn their doctorate in 12 months while practicing full-time. Students will have the ability to apply cases they see in their day-to-day practice to the subject matter throughout the program. The DMSc promotes the value of lifelong learning which is essential to remain a highly-qualified healthcare professional.
Rural and Underserved Healthcare Access
Much of the United States is considered rural, with many of those residents qualifying as part of an underserved population. Physician Assistants play a crucial role in providing access to these populations. RMC’s DMSc is designed with a focus on rural and underserved populations to help bridge the gap and provide more quality healthcare access to those who need it most.
Elevate the PA Profession
Advocacy for the PA profession is essential as the role PA’s play in healthcare continues to grow. The DMSc uses an innovative approach in providing students with the necessary tools to advocate for their profession through leadership and scholarly work.