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Through Score 1 for Health, our students have hands-on patient interaction during their first year
KCU values its partnerships with hospitals and physicians across the country
Whether your ultimate goal is to practice in a primary care field or in any of the countless medical specialties or subspecialties, KCU's College of Osteopathic Medicine will provide you with the education you need to become a highly competent and compassionate physician.
Since 2005, KCU graduates have acquired internships and residencies at
many of the nation’s most prestigious medical institutions
Learn more about our masters of arts in bioethics
Learn more about our programs, including dual-degree tracks to earn a master's in healthcare leadership or bioethics
Medical students can complete clerkships in a variety of specialties at more than 40 hospitals and clinics
See a class profile of the College of Osteopathic Medicine and learn more about our accomplished students and alumni
Osteopathic physicians (D.O.s) receive full training and licensure to prescribe medications and perform surgery
Our patient-centered curriculum introduces clinical training early in the first year
Students are eligible for both the American Osteopathic Association and the National Residency Match Programs
Learn more about our faculty members and view a list of adjunct faculty and preceptors
KCU's College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the NCA-HLC and the American Osteopathic Association's COCA.
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