Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences Courses Offered

Dual Degree Programs

Dual degree in osteopathic medicine and business administration. Five-year degree program.

Dual degree in osteopathic medicine and public health. Five-year degree program.

DO/MS in Biomedical Sciences – Dual degree in osteopathic medicine and biomedical sciences. Five-year degree program.

DO/MS in Health Care Administration – Dual degree in osteopathic medicine and health care administration. Five-year degree program.

This dual degree, six-year program is an excellent education option for students who wish to pursue careers in medical research and/or academic medicine. The first two years are the basic science years of the DO program. The middle two years are graduate study, research and dissertation of the PhD program. The final two years are the clinical science years of the DO program. At the end of the six years, the student is expected to have completed the requirements for the DO degree and the PhD degree.

Preparatory Programs

Graduate Certificate in Medical Sciences
Lays a foundation of biomedical sciences and includes coursework that mirror content areas of curriculum in the first two years of medical school.

Special Programs

Tribal Medical Track
The Tribal Medical Track prepares medical students for a primary care residency at tribal facilities and a successful practice in tribal, rural and underserved Oklahoma.

Rural Medical Track
The Rural Medical Track is designed to prepare students for a rural primary care residency and a successful practice in rural or underserved Oklahoma.

Global Health Track
The Global Health Track enhances experiential learning for our medical students and exposes them to international health experiences and cultures in resource-deprived countries.

Stress Management Program
A program dedicated to creating a sustainable culture of wellness and to helping medical students develop mental resiliency by providing them with the tools and activities to cope with stress.

Senior Mentor Program
All first- and second- year medical students are paired with older-adults to develop the interpersonal skills required by physicians and gain perspective outside of the student’s own generation.