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  • An Overview of NUMSS Admissions to Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy (BSc) Program

    NUMSS-CMEOB Thank you for your interest in the online on-demand Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy (BSc) degree program of National University of Medical Sciences (NUMSS). Our Admissions department is eager to help you in any way we can. We invite you to contact NUMSS and ask us any questions you may have. All osteopathy classes are online & in English. The lectures are available on-demand online through internet or they may be watched on a TV screen by using a portable hard drive that could be shipped to students. Campus attendance is not required for the BSc in osteopathy program and students from every corner of the world are eligible to apply and study at the comfort of their homes. However students who wish to practice osteopathic techniques under supervision of an osteopath have the choice of attending an optional week long practical techniques review at Madrid, Spain or Toronto, Canada, once per semester. The practical lab is not part of the program and students can graduate without attending the lab. Attendance is not mandatory.

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    Undergraduate Admissions

    You require a high school (grade 12) or equivalent diploma to enter the Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy degree program offered by NUMSS.











    Curriculums for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Osteopathy (BSc)


    There are 3 different curriculums for the BSc program:
    1. Curriculum for category 1 students without previous health education (3 years)
    2. Curriculum for category 2 students with previous health education (1 year)
    3. Curriculum for category 3 students who have a doctoral degree (6 months)


    Curriculum for category one students (3 years - 3360 hours total - 560 hours per semester)

    1st Year(1st semester) 1st Year(2nd semester) 2nd Year(3rd semester) 2nd Year(4th semester) 3rd Year(5th semester) 3rd Year(6th semester)
    HP101 Human Physiology CB102 Clinical Biomechanics MM201 Medical Microbiology DS202 Diagnosis & Symptomology NE301 Neurology OP302 Osteopathy Principles, Practice, Ethics & Jurisprudence
    HA101 Human Anatomy NA102 Neuro Anatomy PA201 Pathology OR202 Orthopaedics SN301 Sports Nutrition & Weight Loss Management OT302 Osteopathy Techniques IV
    OM101 Osteopathic Theory, Philosophy & Methods CN102 Clinical Nutrition IM201 Immunology ND202 Neuro-Diagnosis OT301 Osteopathy Techniques IV OS302 Osteopathy Skills VI
    OS101 Osteopathy Skills I OT102 Osteopathy Techniques I OT201 Osteopathic Techniques II OS202 Osteopathy Skills IV OS301 Osteopathy Skills V SM302 Sports Medicine
    CR101 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) OS102 Osteopathy Skills II OS201 Osteopathic Skills III OT202 Osteopathy Techniques III OM301 Osteopathy Clinic Management TH302 Research Project & Thesis
    Optional class: PL101 Practical lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto) Optional class: PL102 Practical lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto) Optional class: PL201 Practical Lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto) Optional class: PL 202 Practical Lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto) Optional class: PL301 Practical Lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto) Optional class: PL302 Practical Lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto)




    Curriculum for category 2 students with previous health education (1 year - 1568 hours total - 784 hours per semester)

    1st Year(1st semester) 1st Year(2nd semester)
    Mobilization Visceral Manipulation
    Muscle Energy Techniques Orthopedic Examination
    Ethics and Clinical Management Clinical Biomechanics
    Clinical Nutrition Business Management
    Diagnosis and Symptomology Neurodiagnosis
    Neurology Spinal Manipulation
    Soft Tissue Therapy Research Project & Thesis
    Optional class: Practical lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto) Optional class: Practical lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto)




    Curriculum for category 3 students who have a doctoral degree (784 hours total) 1 semester

    1 Semester
    Mobilization
    Muscle Energy Techniques
    Spinal Manipulation
    Soft Tissue Therapy
    Visceral Manipulation
    Ethic and Clinical Management
    Clinical Nutrition
    Research Project & Thesis
    Optional class: Practical lab (techniques review, 1 week FT, in Madrid & Toronto)