The CHA/PA program is a full-time program. CHA/PA students rarely work during the three year program due to the demands of coursework and didactic and clinical schedules. If a student does choose to work part-time, employment must not interfere with class or clinical rotations. It is challenging, if not impossible, for a third-year student to work based on clinical rotation scheduling. Classes are generally scheduled between 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday; however, students may be required to attend early morning, evening, and/or weekend classes and clinical rotations. Clinical rotations may be located anywhere in the extended Denver Metro/Front Range area during the first and second year when didactic classes are in session, and anywhere in Colorado the 3rd year. Students are required to complete a one-month rural rotation during the third year which may require relocation. Some rotations, especially during third year, may also require you to take night call, work until the "day's patients" are completed, make hospital rounds, and work Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays.