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Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Reviews

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Overview

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine is a 4-year DO-granting program that has three different campuses: East Lansing, Detroit, and Macomb. More than 70 percent of MSUCOM graduates practice in Michigan, and about half practice in primary care. Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine has many programs dedicated to educating students for future careers in health. In addition, MSUCOM offers many community service clinical learning opportunities such as Detroit Street Care, Spartan Street Medicine, and a student-run OMM clinic.

Mission

"Preparing physicians in the science of medicine, the art of caring and the power
of touch with a world view open to all people."

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Dual Degree Programs:

  • - DO/PHD

    - DO/MPH

    - DO/MBA

Vision

"To provide world class osteopathic medical education, student service, and
research to foster community engagement and patient-centered medical care."

Living

Campus: East Lansing

  • Cost of Living Index:

    96.4*

  • Walkability Score:

    50**

Campus: Detroit

  • Cost of Living Index:

    94.4*

*US average index is 100

Campus: Clinton Township

  • Cost of Living Index:

    93.5*

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