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- Dec 27, '12 by SopranoKrisQuote from Melissa1986In my area, there is more job opportunity for PAs than for NPs. There are 2 major universities with DNP programs and the market is flooded with new grads. The closest PA program is about 45 minutes to an hour away. The hospitals here hire PAs over NPs hands down. I want to be able to work when I'm done with all this expensive educationOh, I understand. So why are you going for PA rather than Nurse Practitioner?
- Dec 27, '12 by SopranoKris(For some reason, my response posted twice and I can't delete it. So, I'm editing it!)
- Dec 27, '12 by ♪♫ in my ♥At age 27, you'll be one of the young 'uns in the class :-)
The primary difference is likely to be the kinds of examples that are provided... the underlying statistical tools and concepts are the same irrespective of the field.
Do be careful, though, because some programs are very specific and will only accept certain classes.