A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
About This School:
The namesake of A.T. Still University, Andrew Taylor Still, M.D., D.O., founded the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1892. KCOM was the first institution of osteopathic education in the world and continues to provide leadership for comprehensive medical education, research, and health care. Consistent with the college’s mission, KCOM is consistently ranked in U.S. News & World Report as one of the best medical schools in the country for rural and family medicine training.
KCOM graduates represent a diverse group of osteopathic physicians practicing in every state and several other countries. They span all medical specialties and sub-specialties and comprise approximately a quarter of all practicing osteopathic physicians.
Degree Programs Offered:
Health Management – Geriatric Health (GRCT), Postbaccalaureate Certificate
Health Management – Health Administrator (GRCT), Postbaccalaureate Certificate
Health Management – Public Health (GRCT), Postbaccalaureate Certificate
Public Health (GRCT), Postbaccalaureate Certificate
Geriatric Health (MGH), Master’s Degree
Health Administration (MHA), Master’s Degree
Mental Health Counseling (MA), Collaboration with Truman & A.T. Still), Master’s Degree
Osteopathic Medicine (DO), First Professional Degree
Public Health (MPH), Master’s Degree