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Oklahoma State University

Graduate Certificate in Medical Sciences


Program Overview

The Graduate Certificate in Medical Sciences (GCRT in MSCI) is an academic credential earned after completing a one-year program of focused study. The GCRT in MSCI is designed to prepare students to become more qualified applicants to medical school, masters and doctoral programs; or serve as a standalone educational achievement to assist in career development. Students admitted to this program shall receive access to Student Success services and follow-up in such a manner to provide the necessary support mechanisms to increase their probabilities of success. OSU is home to state-of-the-art technology, esteemed faculty, and excellent staff, thereby providing outstanding education and experience.

Applicants who have interviewed with the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) and received a referral to the GCRT in MSCI may be provisionally accepted to the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program for the academic year after the GCRT in MSCI program if the following requirements are met: Students earn a B or better in all courses of the GCRT in MSCI curriculum, score a minimum 498 on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), and meet other requirements mandated by COM. More information about the College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Graduate Certificate Program Options

Learn more about admissions options, requirements, and how to apply.   

Curriculum for the Graduate Certificate Program

The Certificate Program consists of four courses offered over the course of a summer, fall, and spring term:  

  • Clinical Anatomy for Allied Healthcare;
  • Graduate Medical Physiology;
  • Medical Biochemistry; and
  • Medical Microbiology and Immunology.

For more information on the Certificate Program curriculum, please visit the Certificate Program curriculum page.

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