Interested in advancing your medical career? If you're a physician assistant, or a health professional, educator or administrator, Pacific's online Doctor of Science program is tailored just for you. Apply by Dec. 1 for the Spring 2024 cohort.
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Applications are still being accepted for the January 2024 cohort in Pacific's Doctor of Science program, which offers two clinical degrees, the Doctor of Healthcare Science and the Doctor of Medical Science.
The fully online Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program is currently accepting applications for the next cohort of students that will start in January 2024. The program is intentionally designed for working professionals to grow their skills without having to put their careers on hold.
The Pacific Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program is accepting applications for its January 2024 cohort. The program is fully online and offers two innovative clinical doctoral degree programs — the Doctor of Healthcare Science (DHSc) and the Doctor of Medical Science (DMSc).
Are you a health professional or a certified physician assistant who's looking to advance your career? The Pacific Doctor of Science (DHSc/DMSc) program is currently accepting applications for the January 2024 cohort and employees are eligible to apply for a tuition assistance grant to help defray costs.
The 1990s was a watershed period for LGBTQ+ rights across the country. In Oregon and at Pacific, incremental gains were accomplished amid a climate of of fear and hostility. Through the social and institutional challenges, progress continued. Today, the university works to celebrate diversity.
Effective April 3, 2023 workers, patients and visitors in healthcare settings will no longer be required to wear masks as per a recent announcement from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Read about what this means for you.
Recently retired as a colonel in the U.S. Army, Carol Rymer OD '92 will lead clinical programs in the College of Optometry.
The award recognizes the extensive domestic and international outreach and care provided by faculty, students, alumni and partners of the College of Optometry.
The human eye is a marvel of precision biology. And like any finely tuned device, or organ, it can get out of tune. When the eyeball works perfectly, light enters through the pupil and cornea and is focused on the back wall of the eyeball, known as the retina. The retina, sensitive to light, conveys the image to the brain for processing.