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Pre-Osteopathic Early Acceptance Program

Pre-Osteopathic Early Acceptance Program at Greenville University

Greenville University’s pre osteopathic medicine early acceptance program is a part of a partnership with A.T. Still University (ATSU) comprising of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) located in Kirksville, MO, offers doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.), master of Biomedical sciences (M.S.), or a dual degree D.O./M.S. A.T.

 
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Preparation

After acceptance to the program, you can spend the last two years at Greenville Univeristy meeting graduation major/minor requirements, taking electives, fulfilling internship and/or service opportunities, and otherwise broadening your life experiences.

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Early Admission

The pre osteopathic medicine program is designed to provide early admission to outstanding sophomore level students who desire to become Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine. The advantage for those students accepted after completing their sophomore year at Greenville University is to have a reserved seat in KCOM’s entering class upon graduation.

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Scholarship

Scholars will be awarded an academic scholarship for ATSU, KCOM.

 

Why GU

Personalized Attention

Personalized Attention

Experience personal growth and plan your career under the guidance of faculty who know your name and cheer your success. GU’s low 11:1 student/faculty ratio and community atmosphere allow professors to invest in their students, and know your strengths and abilities in the field of social work.

Faith-based

Faith-based

Learn to incorporate your faith into both your studies and your career.

Enroll in any major

Enroll in any major

provided the KCOM entry requirements are met by the designated year of enrollment. You will apply for admissions to this program after completing three semesters (approximately 45 credit hours). Applications will be available in the spring of your sophomore year and must be submitted to KCOM by June 1st. You will interview during the summer following your sophomore year where you can earn reserved admissions to KCOM at the beginning of your junior year.

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