Get Active, Hands-On Learning at LUCOM
Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) brings you hands-on medical experience with an active learning curriculum. We believe that the key to successful medical practices and becoming life-long learners is knowledge of the “why” much more than the acquisition of the “what.” That’s why, as a Liberty osteopathic medical student, you are equipped with experience through:
- Lecture demonstrations with active-learning techniques
- OMM laboratory sessions
- Team-based learning activities
- Interactive classroom learning
- Student & faculty research
- High-fidelity standardized patients and simulation patient encounters
- Core rotation sites through clinical education
- Medical center and healthcare system affiliations
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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.
In your first year as a student-doctor at LUCOM, you are exposed to the “real-world” of clinical practices and medicine. This exposure expands in your second-year with the increased opportunity to interact with standardized patients on campus as well as with real patients in office and hospital settings under physician-supervised outreach and shadowing opportunities. During your third- and fourth-year, you are assigned to one of LUCOM’s core educational sites to ensure continuity, consistency, and coordination in your clinical education.
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Our Students and Faculty
LUCOM has initial accreditation status with its programmatic accreditor, American Osteopathic Association’s Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (AOA-COCA). This initial status confers all rights and privileges of accreditation.
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LUCOM offers a variety of academic resources that help you on your path to becoming a professional osteopathic physician.