Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Philadelphia , PA 2.00 , 1

About Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

institution type
Type of Institution
4 yr
Private not-for-profit
institution tuition
Tuition Range
$25,001 - $35K
student to faculty ratio
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
Not available
financial aid percent
Financial Aid Percent
Not available
graduate rate
Graduation Rate
Not available
accreditation status
Accreditation Status
Accredited

Why Consider Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine?

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is a Four or more years, Private not-for-profit, located in a Philadelphia setting in Philadelphia,PA They offer the following awards: Master's Degree, Post-master's Certificate, Doctor's Degree, Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

General Information

  • Special Learning Opportunities: Grad Distance

  • Carnegie Classification: Medical schools and medical centers

  • Religious Affiliation: Not applicable

Faculty And Graduate Assistants By Primary Function Full-Time Part-Time
Total Faculty 385 9
 Instructional 0 0
 Research and public service -
Total Graduate Assistants - -
 Instructional -
 Research -

Student Services

  • Weekend Evening College Services

  • Remedial Services

  • Academic Career Counseling Services

  • Employment Services for Students

  • Placement Services Completers

  • Library Services

Services and Programs for Service Members and Veterans

  • Yellow Ribbon Program (officially known as Post-9/11 Gl Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)

  • Remedial Services

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Enrollment, Attendance, Retention Rates and Graduation

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine has a total graduate enrollment of 2,860
Graduate attendance rate of 9% part-time and 91% full-time
For the years 2016-2017 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine awarded: 194 master's degree, 11 post-master's certificate, 91 doctor's degree, 418 doctor's degree - professional practice
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