The Aging and Long-Term Care Administration (ALTCA) program is designed to address the need for leaders in critically important long-term care services, from home- and community-based care to assisted living and skilled nursing facilities.APPLY ONLINE
Applicants to the Aging and Long Term Care Administration (MS, CGS) programs must have completed a bachelor’s degree program from a regionally-accredited institution with a B average or better.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) participates in GradCAS, the centralized application service for graduate study.
Beginning in September, prospective graduate students may submit their application through a secure web server, GradCAS. Be advised that your full GradCAS application must be e-submitted, completed and verified to be considered for admission to PCOM.
Note that official college transcripts from all colleges/universities schools attended must be sent directly to:
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Office of Admissions
4170 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
We will accept electronic transcripts via mail, eScript and/or Parchment Services.
Letters of recommendation can be sent through the evaluator portal on GradCAS or directly to PCOM Admissions in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Recommenders can be directed to our "For Recommenders" page for guidance.
Instructions on how to use GradCAS can be found here.
Candidates will select their degree program of interest in the last section of the GradCAS application.
Once your application has been downloaded from GradCAS, you will be contacted via email with a confirmation of its receipt including reminders of the appropriate steps to complete the application process.
Your application will be processed and assessed by the Faculty Committee on Admissions only after the receipt of:
The Admissions Committee screens applications, invites some applicants for an interview, evaluates the applicants and selects new students. Following the completion of the admissions process, each applicant is notified in writing of the Admissions Committee decision, including any conditions that must be satisfied prior to or following enrollment. Additionally, the Program director may evaluate a student’s life/work experience for credit after a student has been accepted into the program.
In effort to foster the safety and well-being of the entire campus communities, as well as to ensure that students accepted to PCOM will be permitted to perform clerkships/internships required to successfully complete their degree requirements, PCOM requires all first-year students to complete a criminal background check prior to matriculation. All students must have their criminal background checks processed through a PCOM vendor of choice. The Admissions Office will send notification of the process after confirmation of enrollment and must have this information on file prior to orientation; students will not be allowed to start classes without this information.
Prior to enrollment, all candidates are required to complete PCOM’s Technical Standards for Admission and Matriculation.
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