Prepare to Dominate as an NSU Shark

Choosing the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Nova Southeastern University is choosing to take the lead in your education, your future, and your career. No matter which path you chose, you’ll get competitive advantages such as clinical experience, interprofessional service-learning, and support from talented faculty who are committed to your success. And you’ll graduate with the distinctive quality of a health care leader with a patient-first mindset.

Are You an Admitted Student?

Welcome, future Shark! Be sure to check out our resource page dedicated to recently admitted students like you.

Turn Your Passion into a Purposeful Degree

Advance your expertise through one of the many programs offered at the NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine. From certificates to doctoral degrees that span some of the most in-demand health care tracks, including family therapy, nutrition, and disaster and emergency management, you can find the next step that fits your future best.

How to Apply

Professional Programs

Pursue a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) or Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy (D.M.F.T.).

Master’s and Ph.D. Programs

Apply for entrance into our Ph.D. in Family Therapy program or one of six postbaccalaureate programs. Most tracks include online courses and quarterly entry. 

Undergraduate Programs

Consider enrollment into one of four bachelor of science degrees or dual admission.

Financial Health

Prevent money woes and worries by coming up with a plan to make your time as a student cost-effective, manageable, and a sound investment.


Explore merit and need-based awards that could potentially save you thousands.

Financial Aid

Get assistance on how to navigate financial aid and create a funding package.

Tuition and Fees

Understand costs per program and additional fees so there are no surprises.
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Connect with a Caring Student Community

Join other motivated learners like you through one of the many student leadership opportunities and clubs. From special interests to service and outreach, you’ll find that all the student life programs here are rooted in the same compassionate philosophy of the NSU Osteopathic Medicine program.

Explore Student Life

Questions? We’re Here to Help.

Feel free to reach out to any of our admissions counselors or program directors listed below.

General Information

For questions about the college or programs, you can contact:

Office of Admissions
(954) 262-1101

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