The Choice is Yours…Choose LECOM
The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine offers the best choices to prepare the next generation of health care professionals.
LECOM offers a choice of the main campus in Erie, PA, with an additional location in Greensburg, PA, and the branch campus in Bradenton, FL; a choice of careers in medicine, dentistry or pharmacy; and your choice of student-centered learning styles for medicine: traditional, problem-based learning; independent studies; a three-year Primary Care Scholars Pathway; and the Accelerated Physician Assistant Pathway.
The School of Pharmacy provides a choice of a year-round, three-year pathway in Erie, or the four-year traditional and distance education pathways in Bradenton.
The School of Dental Medicine offers the problem-based-learning and comprehensive curriculum at the Bradenton, Fla. campus.
The LECOM Post Baccalaureate program opens opportunities in science and related fields for college graduates. The courses enhance basic science credentials of students interested in applying to the College of Osteopathic Medicine, School of Pharmacy or School of Dental Medicine.
Students desiring additional science training may enroll in the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences program.
The School of Health Services Administration teaches the business of healthcare and offers the Masters in Health Services Administration program available through distance education. The Masters in Health Services Administration (MHSA) prepares administrators prepared to meet the challenges of managing hospitals, pharmacies, public health organizations, and private practices.
LECOM has developed the Master of Science in Biomedical Ethics (MSBE) distance education program within the School of Health Services Administration to fill the need for exceptionally prepared healthcare personnel. The MSBE program helps healthcare workers develop cultural competency in today’s diverse healthcare environment and demonstrates how ethics education leads to behavioral changes that result in a higher level of professionalism and the delivery of top-quality, patient-centered care.
LECOM is also a national leader in medical faculty development and the Masters of Science in Medical Education degree program prepares physicians and pharmacists to teach in hospital residency programs and clinical experiences.