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    Harding University
  May 28, 2023
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PAS 6750 - Master’s Project

The master’s project is a capstone project designed to motivate PA students to develop attitudes that stimulate continuing pursuit of professional excellence, Christ-centered service to others, and lifelong learning. Based on the community-oriented primary care (COPC) concept, this project facilitates integration of Harding University’s mission by providing service to a community in need. At the beginning of the final year, students will identify and develop a partnership with a “community” (a group of people as defined by the student), prioritize health concerns, and design and monitor the impact of an intervention that can make a difference to the health of that community. As the program establishes on-going communities for service, students may continue the work of previous classes. Students may work alone or in groups. The program will establish a community service list for those students choosing to participate in established local service opportunities. Students are encouraged to be creative and choose a project with meaning to them and one that will offer support to an identified community need. At the culmination of the project students will write a professional paper describing the project and process and formally present the project during their last semester.

Credit Hours: 0, 2

Term Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

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