Early Admissions Programs
The Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (OSU-COM) seeks to admit students who desire to become primary care physicians in rural and underserved Oklahoma. Early Admissions Programs are a way for students to expedite their entry into medical school, offering a seamless transition from an undergraduate degree to medical school. The Early Admissions Programs allow students to complete pre-doctoral medical training in seven years.
- Oklahoma State University College of Arts and Sciences
- Oklahoma State University College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
- East Central University
- Southwestern Oklahoma State University
- Northeastern Oklahoma State University
Early Assurance Programs
The College of Osteopathic Medicine at Oklahoma State University seeks to admit students into the D.O. program who are well grounded in the biological and physical sciences and who display the academic and personal skills required to be successful in our program.
Students meeting the requirements described in the programs below are granted admission to the College of Osteopathic Medicine provided they receive satisfactory scores on the qualitative portion of the admissions process. For these programs, students will typically complete four years of undergraduate coursework and then enter into the four year medical school program.
- Oklahoma State University Honors College
- University of Central Oklahoma (PDF download)
- Oral Roberts University (PDF download)
Rural Medical Track
The Rural Medical Track (RMT) at OSU CHS is designed to prepare students for a rural primary care residency and a successful practice in rural or underserved Oklahoma. Through the RMT you get current updates in rural research, an opportunity for leadership in the Student Osteopathic Rural Medical Club, and exploration of rural primary care residency programs in Oklahoma. You will get the opportunity to work side by side with rural residency physicians and rural practicing physicians and learn more about their lifestyles, challenges and rewards.
Interested students should indicate so on the supplemental application.