Minimum criteria set by the grand chapter include: Student chapter membership shall not exceed 25% of the total of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 4th year classes. Must be an osteopathic medical student (a D.O. student). Must have successfully completed at least one semester of classroom work with high standards.
Admission requirements vary from program to program. However at a minimum, each international graduate student will be required to submit the following in addition to the program specific requirements: copy of passport. complete certificate of financial responsibility form.
7/8 year dual admission program at Nova Southeaster University. Apply during high school senior year after accepted into college. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) 7/8 year dual admission program at Gannon University and University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. 8 year 4+4 preferred admissions program with Adelphi University
International Admission Requirements. Our Campus International Experience programs are changing as a result of the *These requirements are for international applicants for on campus study only.
of Osteopathic Medicine At the Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine our mission is to empower our students with the essential personal and professional skills they need to be competent, confident and compassionate osteopathic physicians dedicated to meeting the healthcare challenges of the communities in which they serve.
International Students Admission Requirements. Applicants who have received degrees from outside of Canada will have their educational backgrounds assessed appropriately.
Sep 18, 2017 · Students currently enrolled in fully accredited colleges of osteopathic medicine may be considered for advanced standing admission to the third year of medical studies at TCOM. Students must demonstrate both the completion and equivalency of a medical school curriculum equivalent to the first two years of medical education at TCOM. The applicant must have valid Read More »
Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine is located just outside Philadelphia, serving as an osteopathic medical school for South Jersey and the greater Philadelphia area. Medical students attend RowanSOM to study osteopathy, become research scientists, and develop into physicians of the future.