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Graduate students pursuing degrees in allied health and behavioral science fields have the opportunity to earn advanced level credentials in a variety of fields, as well as a flexible Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree, at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The college’s academics consist of post-baccalaureate programs in:
- Physician’s Assistant
- Forensic Medicine
- Biomedical Sciences
- Organizational Leadership and Development
Most of your hands-on training will be completed in the college’s learning laboratory, an upscale facility fully equipped with only the latest medical technology.
To ensure that each student receives the clinical experience necessary to become a medical practitioner, the college requires students to complete clerkship programs throughout Philadelphia’s hospitals and clinics.
Students may also sign up for internship and fellowship programs offered at the Roxborough Memorial Hospital and Chestnut Hill Hospital.
More than 40 student organizations exist at the college, allowing students to enhance their college life by taking on leadership roles, mingling with other professionals in their field and participating in community service groups like the Physicians for Social Responsibility Club.
Each academic program has its own specific admissions requirements. For more information on what requirements you will have to fulfill for your program of choice, please contact the Philadelphia College.
Philadelphia College students who file a FAFSA will be considered for need-based financial aid through federal grants and direct loan programs.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
4170 City Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19131
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Very good walkability. We recommend walking in this area.
Good transit. This area has adequate public transportation.
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- Latino: 3%
- African American: 11%
- Caucasian: 73%
- Asian: 11%
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