College Science Requirements for Osteopathic School Students

Osteopathy College Course Prerequisites

ISP students get a head start on their new careers in osteopathy and the health sciences by completing science prerequisite college classes in an accelerated, weekend-based format. ISP is an academically rigorous program enabling college science courses to be completed in one month versus one semester.

Accelerated Pre-Osteopathic Medicine Courses

ISP is a trusted academic program. Students seeking to satisfy college science prerequisites for osteopathic medical programs enroll in ISP's weekend classes every Saturday and Sunday from 8:30am-6:30pm for four consecutive weekends taking one course at a time. For example, it takes just three months to complete college Anatomy & Physiology 1 & 2 and college Microbiology.

ISP pre-osteopathic medical students go on to pursue professional osteopathic medical programs at colleges and universities regionally and nationally.

Osteopathic School Transfer Credits

The Integrated Science Program is located at Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU) in Whittier, California. SCU is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). ISP students have transferred to osteopathy programs regionally and nationally. Students are encouraged to contact their osteopathic school of choice before enrolling in ISP to assure credit transferability. The academic counselors at SCU can assist ISP students in their efforts to transfer college course credits, if necessary.

Only Take the Science Classes that You Need

You build your own schedule of classes and enroll just in courses you need to complete your school of osteopathy requirements. ISP classes do not require prerequisites.

College Science Course Offerings for Osteopathy Students

We can help you get your Osteopathy degree sooner rather than later. We would like to hear from you.

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