|OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE PROGRAM|
Thank you for your interest in our Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program! TUCOM prepares students to become outstanding professionals at the forefront of the scientific, professional and technical areas of expertise, along with their personal and human development. Our program integrates biological, clinical, behavioral and social sciences to educate physicians for primary and specialty care, while following osteopathic principles in the maintenance of health and treatment of disease. Our curriculum is structured into preclinical and clinical education, two years each, for a total of four years.
TUCOM students can choose to pursue public health electives through our Global Health Program or they may choose to earn a dual degree (DO/MPH) through our DO/MPH Dual Degree Program. If you'd like more information about the structure of the DO program (e.g., curriculum, rotations, etc.) please visit the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine main web page.
|DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION|
|Primary Application (AACOMAS)||Supplemental Application||Eligibility / Admissions Requirements||Admissions Process|
|Application Deadlines||Select Demographics||Frequently Asked Questions||Guide to Osteopathic Medicine|
|ShaDOw Program (student aarranged)||Technical Standards for Admission||Transfer Eligibility, Process, & Application|
Are you ready to join the Touro family? To request information about this program, please complete the Information Request Form and a University representative will contact you within three business days. Admissions related information for each degree or certificate program may be viewed by clicking the links above.
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