As a pivotal part of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, we are charged with educating and training medical students in the art and science of osteopathic manipulative medicine and to facilitate the incorporation of its principles, philosophy, and practices into their future roles as physicians.
The department of OMM provides a seven-year plus progressive and integrated medical curriculum. OMM faculty work together to teach Year 1 and Year 2 fall and spring semester OMM courses and a required Year 3 clerkship in OMM. Other programs offered through the department include a Year 2 OMM Student Assistant program, a Year 3-5 OMM Graduate Teaching Assistant program, and a NMM and OMM 2 year residency and Plus-one GME program. Clink the links on each of these programs for more information.
If you are a current student in the OMM department, please visit the Student Portal for academic information.
This page was last modified on June 18, 2015