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Unformatted text preview: 64 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE Preparatory Programs Post baccalaureate program: Yes Dates: 8-1-2010 Tuition: $400 per unit Prerequisites/Academic Qualifications: Bachelors Degree, Eligible to apply to the COM. Program Details: Students may enroll in the Accelerated MPH or Independent MPH program as a postbaccalaureate strategy to become more competitive when applying for their primary (DO) degree objective. The program offers May and August starts. Contact email@example.com for details or visit our website. http://tu.edu/departments.php?id=48&page=653 Summer program(s): No Facilities • The Office of Student Services interacts with students to promote an environment that enriches all facets of student life. • Students have access to the golf course, racquetball courts, gymnasium and fully equipped exercise/weight room. • A variety of social, recreational, cultural and community-service activities is offered to bring breadth to what can be a rigorous and intensely focused curricular life. Application Information Primary application service: AACOMAS Earliest filing date: 6-1-2009 – Opening date of AACOMAS Latest filing date: * 3-15-2010 *For best consideration, applicants should submit their AACOMAS application at least four weeks prior to this school’s latest filing date. Academic year/orientation for first-year students start date: 8-2010 International students (non-US citizens or temporary residents) eligible: No Supplemental Application Supplemental application required: Yes Institutional Affiliation Touro University–California is a branch campus of Touro College, New York. 2008-2009 Enrollment Total medical school enrollment: 551 Total male: 250 Total female: 301 First-year enrollment: 135 First-year male: 70 First-year female: 65 Total enrollment affiliate institutions: 1,279 Curricular Offerings The curriculum of TUCOM is competency-based and executed in an active learning educational environment. The pre-clinical curriculum uses an integrated, systems-based/PBL format that incorporates multiple learning strategies such as lecture, interactive labs and small-group learning. The Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) engages each student to reach a significant level of skill in OMM. Early clini- cal exposures and medical electives are used to enhance the classroom curriculum and address the emerging issues in health care....
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course PHARMACY 200 taught by Professor Drgreen during the Spring '10 term at Al Ahliyya Amman University.
- Spring '10