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Williamsburg

The Master's in Physician Assistant Degree Program at the Williamsburg Campus is housed in the first and second floors of the Correll Science Building in the Forcht Medical Wing.

Course Catalogs

Classrooms
The MSPAS Program has three lecture classrooms, all specifically dedicated for the department's use. Each of the classrooms has a seating capacity for 30 students.

Laboratories
The Physician Assistant program has two laboratories built specifically for the department.

The Procedures/Skills Laboratory is used for patient procedure simulations.
The second lab is the Physical Assessment Laboratory, and houses our Anatomage "Cyber-dissection" table used during the laboratory portion of our anatomy course among other components of curriculum.

Student Lounge. A lounge for the MSPAS students is located in the upstairs corridor of the Correll Science Building. Furnished in the lounge are lockers, cabinets, a refrigerator, a microwave and a sink.

Library Resources
Available to PA students through the electronic resources supported by the Hagan Memorial Library are many electronic and online databases to which the Library subscribes. The databases have become a major segment of the learning resources available on campus and provide scholarly support for all academic programs, including those in the medical field. Most of these databases include full-text journals and other information resources.

Of the available electronic resources, those that are considered particularly useful to the PA program consist of the following:

The collaborative agreements of KYVL members facilitate access of students of University of Cumberlands to other libraries and expedite no-fee interlibrary loans from member institutions.

The library catalog, all with all electronic resources, may be accessed on-campus or off-campus through the Library’s website here. Also available on the Library’s homepage are links to online forms for Interlibrary Loan requests and to tutorials on accessing and using library resources.

Northern Kentucky

The Master's in Physician Assistant Degree Program is housed in the Northern Kentucky Campus building.

Course Catalogs

Classrooms
The Northern Kentucky Campus MSPAS Program has a dedicated lecture classroom and multiple shared classrooms. Classroom seating capacities vary from 30 to 300 students to meet the needs of each cohort and Grand Rounds sessions.

Laboratories
The Physician Assistant program has two laboratories built specifically for the program.

The Procedures/Skills Laboratory is used for patient procedure simulations.

The second lab is the Physical Assessment Laboratory, and houses our Anatomage "Cyber-dissection" table used during the laboratory portion of our anatomy course among other components of curriculum.

Student Lounge. A lounge for the MSPAS students is located on the third floor of the Northern Kentucky Campus. Furnished in the lounge are lockers, cabinets, a refrigerator, a microwave, and a sink.

Library Resources
Available to PA students through the electronic resources supported by the Hagan Memorial Library are many electronic and online databases to which the Library subscribes. The databases have become a major segment of the learning resources available on campus and provide scholarly support for all academic programs, including those in the medical field. Most of these databases include full-text journals and other information resources.

Of the available electronic resources, those that are considered particularly useful to the PA program consist of the following:

  • AccessMedicine
  • American Family Physician
  • CINAHL with Full-Text
  • Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials 
  • Cochrane Clinical Answers 
  • Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
  • Cochrane Methodology Register
  • Consultant
  • Credo Reference
  • DSM-V
  • DynaMed Plus
  • Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
  • Medline
  • Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy
  • Merck Index: an encyclopedia of chemicals, drugs, and biologicals
  • New England Journal of Medicine
  • Nutrition Today
  • PDR.net
  • PubMed
  • Scientific American Medicine
  • SportDiscus

The collaborative agreements of KYVL members facilitate access of students of University of the Cumberlands to other libraries and expedite no-fee interlibrary loans from member institutions.

The library catalog, with all electronic resources, may be accessed on-campus or off-campus through the Library’s website here. Also available on the Library’s homepage are links to online forms for Interlibrary Loan requests and tutorials on accessing and using library resources.