School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona
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Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)

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Program Overview : Admission Requirements : Catalog & Curriculum : Graduate Placement : Tuition and Expenses : Financial Aid : Fact Sheet PDF

Catalog & Curriculum

SOMA students spend the first year studying clinical presentations primarily in small group settings. The second year will be spent in small group settings learning additional clinical presentations at a Community Health Center.  Third- and fourth-year students will complete their clinical rotations in Community Health Centers, associated hospitals, health care providers, and other select health care institutions.

Preference will be given to applicants with a strong history of community volunteerism or service; strong history of public health volunteerism or service; and/or underserved community or population backgrounds. 

Read more about SOMA's groundbreaking curriculum here.
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