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Course Sequence 
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Program - PCOM

The information listed below is from the current course catalog. Terms, sequences, courses and credit hours are subject to change at any time without notice.

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Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Term 1Hours
DO 100 Cellular and Biochemical Foundations of Medicine 6
DO 101 Infection and Immunity 6
DO 113A Medical Humanities I 0.5
DO 129A Wellness I 0.5
DO 139A Osteopathic Principles and Practice I 2.5
DO 140A Primary Care Skills I 1.5
DO 144A Clinical Reasoning in Basic Science I 1
INDP 100A Inter Professional Education 0.5
 Hours18.5
Term 2
DO 102 Foundations of the Musculoskeletal System and Skin 3
DO 103 Foundational Physiology 1.5
DO 104 Foundations of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Medicine 3.5
DO 105 Foundations of Renal, Endocrine, and Gastrointestinal Medicine 3.5
DO 106 Foundations of Research 1
DO 113B Medical Humanities II 0.5
DO 129B Wellness II 0.5
DO 139B Osteopathic Principles and Practice II 2
DO 140B Primary Care Skills II 1
DO 144B Clinical Reasoning in Basic Science I 1
INDP 100B Inter Professional Education 0.5
 Hours18
Term 3
DO 107 Foundations of Reproductive and Genitourinary Medicine 2
DO 108 HEENT and Neuroscience 4
DO 109 Introduction to Human Disease and Therapeutics 5.5
DO 113C Medical Humanities III 0.5
DO 129C Wellness III 0.5
DO 139C Osteopathic Principles and Practice III 2
DO 140C Primary Care Skills III 0.5
DO 144C Clinical Reasoning in Basic Science I 1
INDP 100C Inter Professional Education 0.5
 Hours16.5
 Total Hours53

All first year courses must be completed prior to beginning the second year courses. 

Plan of Study Grid
Second Year
Term 1Hours
DO 240A Primary Care Skills IV 1
DO 239A Osteopathic Principles and Practice II 2
INDP 200A Interprofessional Education 0.5
DO 146A Comprehensive Basic Science Review and Synthesis 1
DO 238A Preventive and Community Based Medicine I 1
DO 237 Foundations of Pulmonary Medicine 4
DO 212 Gastroenterological Sciences 3.5
DO 221 Clinical Endocrinology 2.5
 Hours15.5
Term 2
DO 239B Osteopathic Principles and Practice V 1.5
DO 240B Primary Care Skills V 1
DO 146B Comprehensive Basic Science Review and Synthesis 1
DO 238B Preventive and Community Based Medicine II 1
DO 224 Musculoskeletal Skin 3.5
DO 222 Clinical and Basic Neuroscience 7
INDP 200B Interprofessional Education 0.5
 Hours15.5
Term 3
DO 239C Osteopathic Principles and Practice VI 0.5
DO 240C Primary Care Skills VI 2
DO 238C Preventive and Community Based Medicine III 1
DO 146C Comprehensive Basic Science Review and Synthesis 1
DO 235 Emergency Medicine 1
DO 251 Introduction to Clinical Medicine 5
DO 145 Clinical Reason in Basic Science II 1
DO 213 Reproductive Genitourinary and Obstetrics, Gynecologic Medicine 7
INDP 200C Interprofessional Education 0.5
 Hours19
 Total Hours50

Third and Fourth Year Clinical Clerkship Curriculum

Third Year (12 Months)
DO 309Introduction to Clerkship17
DO 310Family Medicine Rotation17
DO 312OMM Family Medicine8.5
DO 313General Internal Medicine Rotaton17
DO 314Clinical Cardiology Rotation17
DO 315OB and GYN Clinical Rotation17
DO 316Pediatric Rotation17
DO 317Psychiatry Rotation17
DO 319General Surgery Rotation17
DO 320Surgery Rotation17
DO 321IM Subspecialty17
DO 322Advanced Clinical Skills Radiology8.5
DO 394Elective Rotation17
Winter Break
Fourth Year (12 Months)
DO 392Elective Clerkship (8)136
DO 412Ambulatory Sub I Rotation17
DO 413Ambulatory Sub II Rotation17
DO 415Emergency Medicine Rotation8.5 -17
DO 99917

Each 17 credit rotation requires 240 contact hours

Other than in electives, fourth year rotations contain a component of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine

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