PCOM South Georgia partners with Georgia Southern University, Valdosta State University
and Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College to provide students the opportunity to complete
medical school a year early through articulation agreements.
Articulation agreements provide opportunities for qualified students to begin their
professional education at an accelerated rate. Qualified students can attend their
institution through their junior year, then transfer to PCOM South Georgia's Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program and take medical school courses a year early. For each academic program and
successful completion of four years of medical education at PCOM South Georgia, students
receive their undergraduate degree as well as their DO degree.
The agreement also provides the opportunity for students with a four-year degree in
basic sciences to receive special consideration for the DO program after graduating
from their institution. Up to three students per year from the undergraduate institutions
will be considered for admission into PCOM South Georgia’s DO program.