The Podiatric Medicine Program is an intensive four-year program designed to provide you with a broad base of medical knowledge and extensive clinical experience.
After graduation students are encouraged to continue preparing for their careers by pursuing a residency program. Although there are more residency positions than graduating students, the fact that there are unplaced graduates from previous years seeking residencies means that there is no guarantee that every graduating student will be successful in acquiring a residency program. For the past eight years, students in Barry University's Podiatric Medicine Program have had a consistent overall above-average performance on the National Board Examinations.
Caring and experienced professors who take a special interest in each student support the rigorous program. Barry University offers diversity unparalleled by any other school of podiatric medicine. Our program has the highest percentage of women and minority students of any podiatric medical school in the country. Barry University's Podiatric Medicine Program is one of only two schools to maintain association with an accredited, independent, comprehensive, coeducational University. At Barry, we believe in giving you a quality foundation for your professional career. The University has a rich history in the medical and health care sciences.