Master of Science in Biomedical Science
The Georgia Campus - PCOM Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences provides an opportunity
for students with baccalaureate degrees to begin their graduate study in the biomedical
sciences as preparation for science careers or as additional preparation for professional
study. The program represents a broad content base in the basic biomedical sciences
with a strong emphasis on human medicine and clinical applications of the material.
A curriculum of foundation courses provides a unique interdisciplinary background
in biomedical sciences that may be applied in business, management or teaching careers,
or as preparation for professional school. A certificate of graduate study is awarded
for successful completion of all foundation (first year) courses and laboratory objectives.The
degree tracks build upon the foundation courses and can be completed in one of four
The application process is rolling, therefore, applicants are encouraged to apply
early as acceptances will be offered until the class is filled. Please note that personal
interviews are not conducted. The Admissions Office staff is available for counseling
either by telephone, e-mail or appointment. Students may declare a degree concentration
at any time after matriculation. Please note that a 3.00 gpa in foundation year courses
and a personal interview is required in order for approval of a Master's degree concentration.
- A completed application and $50 application fee
- A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university
- Official transcript(s) of all undergraduate and graduate course work
- Completion of all undergraduate pre-professional science requirements (eight credit
hours each of biology, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and physics.
Biochemistry is strongly recommended)
- Submit official reports of standardized test scores: MCAT, PCAT, DAT, OAT, or GRE Application
to the PCOM DO program is comprehensive and competitive. The Faculty Committee on
Admissions recommends applicants to the DO program have at least an 8 or higher on
each section of the MCAT.The admissions process for the Graduate Program in Biomedical
Sciences is not related in any way to the admissions process for the Doctor of Osteopathic
Medicine program on either campus at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
- One letter of evaluation from the pre-professional advisor/committee or a faculty
member of the applicant's undergraduate institution
- Evidence of commitment to a career in the health profession and/or potential for admission
to professional school
All application materials for Georgia campus applicants should be forwarded to:
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
4170 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
As an applicant to PCOM's Biomedical Sciences program, you are responsible for ensuring
that all admissions materials are completed accurately and submitted in a timely manner.
The Admissions Committee screens the applications and selects the new students. Following
the completion of the admissions process, each applicant is notifed of the Admissions
Committee decision in writing, including any conditions that must be satisfied prior
to or following enrollment.
In effort to foster the safety and well-being of the entire campus community, 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 PreCheck. 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 the college's Technical Standards for Admission and Matriculation.
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