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Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCUMB) is a highly specialized medical school in Kansas City, Missouri. KCUMB offers advanced degrees in osteopathic medicine and medical research. KCUMB also provides maximum opportunities to enhance professional skills, work with patients and receive mentoring.
KCUMB’s academics include a doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine and master’s degrees in Biomedical Sciences and Bioethics.
Students in the Biomedical and Bioethics programs conduct research alongside faculty. Osteopathic Medicine students receive much of their hands-on experience by undertaking clinical assignments.
KCUMB’s student organizations provide opportunities for professional networking and enhancement. They also give students the chance to meet others from a similar background. Student clubs include:
- Catholic Students in Medicine Association
- Dermatology Club
- Sports Medicine Association
- Student Osteopathic Anesthesia Organization
- Women in Medicine Club
KCUMB also has extensive mentoring opportunities. All students have a faculty advisor who meets with them regularly throughout their program. Students have the chance to network with alumni, as well. They may even offer mentoring themselves through the Big Brother/Sister alliance.
Osteopathic Medicine students may also offer community service and gain professional experience by volunteering for free health screening programs.
Admissions requirements are different for each program. Applicants to the osteopathy program should have a total score of at least 23 on the MCAT and a GPA of at least 3.25. A certain number of classes in the sciences are also required.
KCUMB awards a number of scholarships, of varying amounts. KCUMB awards scholarships to those with a high GPA and MCAT scores. There are also diversity scholarships and scholarships for military. Other types of financial aid include research fellowships and student loans.
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
1750 Independence Ave
Kansas City, MO 64106
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- African American: 1%
- Caucasian: 76%
- Asian: 9%
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