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Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine  at New Mexico State University
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University
  • Year founded: 2013
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Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University (BCOM)
Osteopathic Medical School
Las Cruces
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  • INTERVIEW FEEDBACK 1 3 Responses
  • SCHOOL REVIEWS - 0 Responses

Overview

Overview

School Stats

  • Resident Tuition $48,050
  • Non - Resident Tuition $48,050
  • Application Fee $75
  • AVG MCAT -
  • AVG GPA -
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Admissions Information

  • Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • 3501 Arrowhead Drive
  • Las Cruces 88001
  • United States

School Overview

School Info

Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State University (BCOM) is one of the nation’s newest medical colleges. BCOM is student-centered, utilizing the most advanced technologies and learning methods to assure student and professional practice success in all fields of medicine, from primary care to subspecialties.

Curriculum

BCOM employs an integrated, systems-based, applications-oriented approach, and is designed to provide graduates with the knowledge, skills and competencies necessary to succeed as osteopathic physicians. The curriculum uses several educational approaches, including: traditional lectures, integrative sessions (using electronic response systems), laboratory and skills instruction, active learning (adult and interactive techniques), team-based learning, large and small group sessions, directed study and clinical case presentations. These learning formats foster comprehension, promotes the application of knowledge, emphasizes competency in osteopathic philosophy, develops clinical skills, and stimulates critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Facilities

BCOM sits on the New Mexico State University campus, near the football stadium. A seven acre, eighty thousand square foot, three story facility contains the new osteopathic medical school.
Academic spaces include the following:

• A state of the art Simulation Center.
• Standardized Patient suite with 10 exam rooms, a control room, patient lounge, changing rooms and tech workspace.
• Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine lab with 30 stations and a raised instructor station.
• Gross and virtual anatomy labs.
• Two tiered lecture halls providing visibility for all students that can be used for traditional lectures and be converted for collaborative learning.
• Eleven seminar rooms for small group work.

Student support spaces include the following:

• Learning Center with library and quiet study areas, textbook storage, five group study rooms and a student work room.
• Student locker facilities.
• Two student lounges, each with access to the courtyard.
• Student fitness center at NMSU

Interview Feedback

Interview Feedback

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