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PA College to hold Commencement Thursday, May 25


May 22, 2017


(LANCASTER, PA) Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences will hold its graduation ceremony for 499 students Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m. at the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square, 25 South Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa. College President, Dr. Mary Grace Simcox, will preside over the commencement exercises and the commencement address will be delivered by John O’Leary, nationally renowned motivational speaker.

The ceremony will include PA College’s first graduates from the master’s degree programs. Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) degrees will be presented to 2 student; Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degrees will be presented to 9 students; and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degrees will be presented to 18 students.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) degrees will be presented to 98 students; Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) degrees will be presented to 14 students; Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration (BSHA) degrees will be presented to 8 students.

Associate in Science in Nursing (ASN) degrees will be presented to 248 students. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees/certificates will be awarded in the following programs: Cardiac Electrophysiology, 3 students; Cardiovascular Invasive Specialty, 12 students; Diagnostic Medical Sonography, 12 students; Medical Laboratory Science, 13 students; Nuclear Medicine Technology, 12 students; Radiography, 17 students; Respiratory Care, 5 students; and Surgical Technology 9 students.

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About Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
A dynamic and academically rigorous institution, Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is a private, accredited, four-year college focusing exclusively on the field of health care. Offering associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs, as well as a number of certificate programs, PA College provides professional development for health care workers throughout their career. Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the College attracts a select group of more than 1,700 students to study with faculty who are experts in their specialty areas.