Receive your undergraduate degree on your path to becoming a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine.
As one of the most open and inclusive tracks of medicine to follow, osteopathic medicine is becoming a prominent profession in the medical field. Using hands-on techniques to alleviate pain, restore motion and support the body’s natural functions, osteopathic physicians can practice in all types of environments and many specialties.
- Program type:
- Pre-Professional Program
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
Why Study Pre-Osteopathic Medicine at UND?
Pre-Osteopathic Medicine is not a degree at UND, but pre-professional track within the UND College of Arts & Sciences. An academic advisor will help you plan the right combination of courses to prepare you for osteopathic medical school. Whether you major in a foreign language, science, liberal arts or another field, you'll gain the skills and knowledge you need to be successful. Some courses to complete while still an undergraduate are:
- Organic Chemistry
- English Composition
- College Algebra
- Cell Biology
- Public Speaking
This program is not a major. See the Pre-Osteopathic Medicine program information for requirements and steps needed to join.
Osteopathic medical schools do not require any particular major. Pre-Osteopathic Medicine students have completed such majors as: