Students at Cairn University now have a streamlined way to pursue graduate studies in pharmaceuticals, biomedical sciences, and forensics, thanks to three agreements recently signed by Cairn University and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM).
PCOM will accept up to three Cairn University students per year into its Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), Biomedical Sciences (MS), and MS in Forensic Medicine programs. Cairn students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative and science cumulative GPA, take specific prerequisite courses, apply to their chosen graduate program, and have a successful interview with the PCOM admissions committee in order to be considered for admission.
“These admissions agreements with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine offer Cairn students a streamlined path to several of PCOM’s excellent graduate programs,” said Dr. Brenda Mellon, dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. “They will allow more Cairn students to serve Christ in the fields of science and medicine.”
To learn more, visit cairn.edu/pcom