MS Admissions

The Master of Science program is offered on campus and in person in Middletown, New York and Great Falls, Montana. The Harlem, New York campus MS program is fully remote.

When to Apply


The application submission deadline for the MS program on all campuses is June 15.
Applications open on November 1, the submission deadline is June 15 and all supporting materials must be received by July 1.

UPDATE: Middletown Campus Only

Admissions application deadline has been extended to July 1st and supporting documents are due no later than July 15th.

Application Requirements

Separate applications are required for each campus, and application materials should be sent to each campus at the addresses below. Please see MS Application Instructions for further information on how to submit applications to two or more Touro programs in the same application cycle.

Please make sure you meet the academic requirements for the program before you apply. Your application includes:

  • Completed application
  • Official transcripts from all accredited institutions attended, regardless of credits earned (see below for the email address for e-transcripts or mailing address for paper transcripts)
  • Three letters of recommendation (two from individuals familiar with your academic work in the sciences) OR an official letter from your college premedical committee
  • Official MCAT scores (for those who wish to be considered for DO matriculation): please upload a PDF of your Printable Score Report - with verification code - to your e-application dashboard.
  • GRE, DAT, PCAT Scores (for those who wish to pursue the MS without consideration for direct matriculation into the DO program): a PDF of GRE, DAT, or PCAT scores should be uploaded to your e-application dashboard.

Submit your completed application and official transcripts and scores to:

Harlem Applicants
Raquel Suarez
M.S. Program Coordinator
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
230 West 125th Street, Room 328
New York, NY 10027
(646) 981-4565

Middletown Applicants
Élan N. Barron-Henry
M.S. Program Coordinator
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
60 Prospect Avenue
Middletown, NY 10940

Montana Applicants
Pamela Broyles
M.S. Program Coordinator
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, Montana
2801 18th Avenue South
Great Falls, MT 59405
(406) 401-8125

Qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule a virtual interview.

See the student handbook for our non-discrimination policy.

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Academic Requirements & Prerequisites

Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Foreign transcripts must be accompanied by a recognized evaluation transcript.

Recommended Minimum GPA

Science and overall GPA from undergraduate institution:
Preferred overall GPA: At least 3.00 (on a 4.0 scale)
Preferred science GPA: At least 3.00 (on a 4.0 scale)

Additional records from MS or PostBac programs will also be considered.

Prerequisite Coursework

Candidates applying to the MS program should have met the following prerequisites in their undergraduate or post-baccalaureate studies. Please note the minimum grade for any course below is ‘C’ or better (a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale). Also, ‘P’ or ‘S’ grades given during the Spring 2020, Summer 2020, and Fall 2020 semesters are also acceptable.

  • Biology: At least 8 semester hours (a 4 or 5 on the AP Biology exam or a 6 or 7 on the IB Biology are acceptable substitutes).
  • Inorganic Chemistry: At least 8 semester hours (a 4 or 5 on the AP Chemistry exam or 6 or 7 on the IB Chemistry are acceptable substitutes).
  • Organic Chemistry: At least 7 semester hours. 3 hours of Biochemistry may count toward your total.
  • Physics: At least 8 semester hours (a 4 or 5 on the AP Physics exam or a 6 or 7 on the IB Physics are acceptable substitutes).
  • English: If your BA/BS was completed in the English language, specific English coursework is not required. If your BA/BS was NOT completed in English 6 semester hours are required (a 4 or 5 on the AP English Composition or English Literature exam or a 6 or 7 on the IB Language A are acceptable substitutes).
  • Mathematics and/or Computer Science: At least 3 semester hours (a 4 or 5 on the AP Pre-Calculus, Calculus AB or BC, or Statistics exams, or 6 or 7 on the IB Mathematics are acceptable substitutes).
  • Behavioral Sciences: At least 3 semester hours. Behavioral Sciences include psychology, sociology, and anthropology, amongst others (a 4 or 5 on the AP Psychology exam, a 6 or 7 on the IB Psychology, or a 6 or 7 on the IB Social and Cultural Anthropology are acceptable substitutes within this category).

For AP or IB scores -

  • AP Scores: If an applicant will be fulfilling a pre-requisite course based on an AP exam, a PDF of the AP score report should be uploaded to the e-application dashboard.
  • IB Scores: If an applicant will be fulfilling a pre-requisite course based on an IB exam, please have official IB scores sent to TouroCOM (go to and select school #038943 - Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine).

Please refer to for a full listing of which subjects may be used to fulfill each of the above requirements.

Students who have yet to complete all pre-requisites for the MS program may be admitted on a provisional basis, and are expected to earn a grade of B or better in those pre-requisite courses still in progress. All incomplete coursework must be finished prior to matriculation at Touro University.

International Students

International students can only be considered for admission to the MS program on the Middletown, NY, campus. And as an international student, it’s important to plan ahead. International students need to complete a few additional steps during the admission and enrollment processes.

If you are accepted to the MS program in Middletown, NY, you will need an F1 student visa to attend. Touro's International Student Services are a good resource for information on F1 student visas.


We know you’re more than a piece of paper. Admissions interviews give us a chance to better understand you—and your potential. An interview may be requested.

Although the interview for qualified candidates will be conducted via Zoom, in-person campus visits can be arranged so an applicant can tour of our medical college facilities. Tours give applicants the chance to learn more about TouroCOM, our parent institution Touro University, and the surrounding community, as well as available housing options.

Faculty members of the medical college usually conduct each interview, and submit their recommendations to the Admissions Committee for review. An interview does not guarantee acceptance.

Policy on Admission to Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine

Admission to the D.O. Program at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine is offered to the students who have met the following standard:

  • Completion of the M.S. curriculum
  • A GPA of 3.45 or higher
  • A Pass on the Comprehensive Examination
  • Demonstrated professionalism and conduct becoming of a physician throughout the program

Admission to the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine also requires completion of a background check and completion of all health inventory requirements, submission of a valid CASPer exam score (taken between October to May, prior to the start of the DO program), and that you meet certain technical standards, which are included in the admissions process for the Medical College.

The Master’s Program is a focused educational offering. Admission of graduates of this program to the D.O. program is outside the AACOMAS application process.

Contact Us

For any non-technical application questions, please contact the location to which you are applying:

Administrative Contacts

Please direct email inquiries to:

Harlem Campus

Arthur Prancan, PhD
M.S. Program Director
(646) 981-4612

Stacey Fanning, PhD
M.S. Assistant Program Director
(646) 981-4649

Raquel Suarez
M.S. Program Coordinator
(646) 981-4565

Ana Morillo
Administrative Staff Support
(646) 981-4603

Middletown Campus

Stephen Jones, PhD
M.S. Program Director
(845) 648-1209

Gurjinder Kaur, Ph.D.
M.S. Assistant Director
(845) 648-1255

Élan N. Barron-Henry
M.S. Program Coordinator
(845) 648-1200

Montana Campus

Kartick Pramanik, PhD
M.S. Program Director
(406) 401-8125

Pamela Broyles
M.S. Program Coordinator
(406) 401-8125

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