Program Overview

AccreditationPANCE Pass Rates CurriculumCourse DescriptionsProgram Required CompetenciesFacilities & Photos


The Red Rocks Community College Physician Assistant Program is accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA).

More information on our status and date for renew can be found here.

PANCE Pass Rates & Attrition Information

More information about the PANCE, our programs Five Year First Time Taker Summary Report, and our programs Attrition Information can be found here.

Curriculum & Course Descriptions

The Red Rocks Community College Physician Assistant Master's degree (MPAS) curriculum consists of didactic coursework integrated with clinical experiences. The MPAS is a full-time, 27-month, 120 credit program.

Information about our teaching philosophy, didactic and clinical curricula, and course descriptions can be found here.

Note: Advanced standing or credit for experiential learning is not available for any course required as part of the professional curriculum.

Our Campus and Facilities

The Red Rocks Community College Physician Assistant Program is located in Arvada, CO. Just 10 miles west of downtown Denver, the Red Rocks Community College Arvada campus is home to several RRCC’s Health Sciences programs. The state of art, 55,000 square foot campus opened in 2017.

Information and photos of our campus and facilities can be viewed here.