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Course Sequence 
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine - PCOM South Georgia

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.


Degree Requirements DO Program

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Term 1Hours
DO 100 Cellular and Biochemical Foundations of Medicine 6
DO 101 Infection and Immunity 6
DO 139A Osteopathic Principles and Practice I 2
DO 114A Medical Humanities and Wellness I 0.5
DO 140A Primary Care Skills I 1
DO 144A Clinical Reasoning in Basic Science IA 1
INDP 100A Inter Professional Education 0.5
Term 2
DO 104 Foundations of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Medicine 3.5
DO 112 Foundations of Physiology and the Musculoskeletal System 4
DO 105 Foundations of Renal, Endocrine, and Gastrointestinal Medicine 3.5
DO 106 Foundations of Research 1
DO 139B Osteopathic Principles and Practice II 1.5
DO 114B Medical Humanities and Wellness II 0.5
DO 140B Primary Care Skills II 1
DO 144B Clinical Reasoning in Basic Science IB 1
INDP 100B Inter Professional Education 0.5
Term 3
DO 107 Foundations of Reproductive and Genitourinary Medicine 2
DO 108 Head, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat and Neuroscience 4
DO 109 Introduction to Human Disease and Therapeutics 5.5
DO 114C Medical Humanities and Wellness III 0.5
DO 139C Osteopathic Principles and Practice III 1.5
DO 140C Primary Care Skills III 1
DO 144C Clinical Reasoning in Basic Science IC 1
INDP 100C Inter Professional Education 0.5
 Total Hours49.5
Plan of Study Grid
Second Year
Term 1Hours
DO 146A Comprehensive Basic Science Review and Synthesis IA 1.5
DO 215 Clinical Approach to Psychiatry 2.5
DO 218 Clinical Approach to Gastroenterology 3.5
DO 230 Clinical Approach to Neuroscience and Neurology 5
DO 239A Osteopathic Principles and Practice IV 1.5
DO 240A Primary Care Skills IV 1
INDP 200A Inter Professional Education 0.5
Term 2
DO 146B Comprehensive Basic Science Review and Synthesis IB 1.5
DO 226 Clinical Approach to Hematology and Oncology 2
DO 228 Clinical Approach to Cardiovascular and Renal Medicine 5.5
DO 229 Clinical Approach to Pulmonary Medicine 3.5
DO 239B Osteopathic Principles and Practice V 1
DO 240B Primary Care Skills V 1
DO 246 Medical Ethics 1
INDP 200B Inter Professional Education 0.5
Term 3
DO 146C Comprehensive Basic Science Review and Synthesis IC 1.5
DO 239C Osteopathic Principles and Practice VI 1.5
DO 240C Primary Care Skills VI 1.5
DO 248 Clinical Approach to Endocrinology and Disorders of Metabolism 3
DO 250 Clinical Approach to Reproductive Genitourinary and Obstetrical Medicine 5.5
DO 259 Clinical Approach to Musculoskeletal Medicine and Dermatology 3
DO 261 Preventive Medicine and Public Health 1
INDP 200C Inter Professional Education 0.5
 Total Hours49
Third Year (12 Months)
DO 309CAMR-I: Cognitive Approach to Medical Reasoning17
DO 310Family Medicine Rotation17
DO 312OMM Family Medicine17
DO 313General Internal Medicine Rotation17
DO 314Internal Medicine Cardiology Rotation17
DO 315Obstetrics and Gynecology Rotation17
DO 316Pediatric Rotation17
DO 317Psychiatry Rotation17
DO 319General Surgery Rotation17
DO 320Surgery Subspecialty Rotation17
DO 321Internal Medicine Subspecialty Rotation17
DO 322Advanced Clinical Skills Radiology Rotation17
Total M3 Credits = 204
Winter Break
Fourth Year (12 Months)
DO 392Clerkship Elective (8)136
DO 415Emergency Medicine Rotation17
DO 412Osteopathic Primary Care Subspecialty I17
DO 413Ambulatory Primary Care Subspecialty I17
Total M4 Credits = 187

Third and Fourth Year Clinical Clerkship Curriculum

Includes noncredit American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) course completion, required for graduation

During Ambulatory Sub I and II students will be involved in interprofessional education sessions with Physician Assistant, Clinical PsyD, Mental Health and Counseling, and Clinical PsyD students.

Each 17 credit rotation requires 240 contact hours

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