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Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) brings you four years of holistic, integrated curricular learning with progressively expanding clinical experiences and framework for clinical thinking and decision-making. The first two-years are held predominately on campus and the remaining two-years are held at clinical sites that are collaborative partners of LUCOM.
As a Liberty osteopathic medical student, your learning experiences could include:
- Classroom learning that includes lecture and a variety of approaches to applied learning (i.e. team-based learning, case-based learning)
- OMM classroom and laboratory skills sessions
- Standardized patients and high-fidelity simulation clinical encounters
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The LUCOM curriculum is designed to guide student-doctors to develop a holistic (body, mind, and spirit) osteopathic approach to medicine. Your LUCOM education is learner-focused, patient-centered, and outcomes-oriented.
The curriculum in the first two-years is an integrated, spiral curriculum featuring a variety of learning modalities and clinically oriented experiences. This phase of the training provides the opportunity for students to develop professional ethical standards and behaviors, as well as to learn the medical knowledge and skills required to graduate as a competent and effective osteopathic physician.
During your third-year, you are assigned to one of LUCOM’s core educational sites to ensure continuity, consistency, and coordination in your clinical education. In the fourth-year, you will receive continued advisement and guidance from LUCOM as you begin audition and away rotations.
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Our Students and Faculty
LUCOM has received accreditation status with its programmatic accreditor, American Osteopathic Association’s Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (AOA-COCA).
Learn about Liberty University Institutional Accreditation.
LUCOM offers a variety of academic resources that help you on your path to becoming a professional osteopathic physician.