This year is a milestone for our College of Osteopathic Medicine— we turn 50! We remain
mission-focused after all of these years: to train physicians to serve rural and underserved
Oklahomans. More than 3,700 doctors have been educated here, and we’re just getting
started. Innovation and commitment to excellence are key to our success. We hope you
will join the celebration.
Our state-of-the-art Clinical Skills and Simulation Center is the largest in the region
and offers a complete array of patient simulation tools for building clinical knowledge
and advancing multidisciplinary expertise in health care.
In October 2021, leaders from across government, academia, health care and philanthropy
came together to celebrate the ceremonial groundbreaking of the future Veterans Hospital
in downtown Tulsa. The 275,000 square foot VA Hospital in Tulsa is scheduled to open
in late 2024 and serve the more than 65,000 veterans in the Tulsa area.
OSU Center for Health Sciences offers graduate degrees in Athletic Training, Biomedical
Sciences, Forensic Sciences and Health Care Administration. Our dedicated faculty
engage our students through small class sizes, hands-on research and real-world experiences.
While it varies by program, we offer on campus, online and hybrid courses.