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About

To date, the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine has graduated over 3,000 physicians. More than half of graduates remain in Oklahoma to practice medicine, with nearly one in four practicing in a community of 10,000 or less. 
Two-thirds of the graduates practice in primary care (family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine and obstetrics and gynecology) and one-third practice in specialty areas such as dermatology, neurology, surgery, obstetrics, gynecology, ophthalmology, psychiatry, anesthesiology and gastroenterology. 

Academics

The curriculum in medical school will look much different from undergrad. Learn about how to succeed in medical school  through academic success, clinical education and continuing medical education.

Admissions

The OSU-COM Admissions team offers multiple admissions options. You can learn about what requirements are needed to apply to medical school here.

Future OSU-COM Students

It is never too early to start preparation for medical school. Check out information for high school and undergraduate students about programs offered, upcoming events, tours and more!

Student Life

Current students can get involved while on campus. Learn about our wellness programs and student clubs. 

Enrollment Management

The Office of Enrollment Management wants to ensure you feel like part of the Cowboy Family whether you’re a prospective medical student, a current medical student, or an alumnus.

U.S. News & World Report

2022 Best Graduate Schools

Rural Care Area USN Badge

No. 10 in Rural Care

Health Professional Shortage Areas USN Badge

No. 7 in Health Professional Shortage Areas

Primary Care USN Badge

No. 42 in Primary Care Production

Diversity USN Badge

No. 13 in Diversity

AOA Code of Ethics

Administration, faculty and staff of the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine adhere to the American Osteopathic Association's Code of Ethics adopted by the College in 2008. As student members of the osteopathic profession, OSU-COM students are expected to comply with the AOA Code of Ethics. 

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