Ketchum University’s Southern California College of Optometry holds a unique distinction that speaks to its commitment to advancing the profession nationwide: It leads all optometry schools in the nation in the size of its residency program, offering 50 residency positions in 23 programs across six states. The majority of programs are offered in California, but there are affiliated programs in Washington, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah as well.
It’s all ahead of you as a student at SCCO! Features various aspects of our program, student life, campus events, and our new clinical facility, Ketchum Health:
As Marshall B. Ketchum University evolves into an interprofessional institution, it is preparing both its curriculum and technology for the future of medical education in which technology is especially important to learning and growth for both students and the university. What follows is a press release heralding the […]
Another terrific resource for SCCO students! Here’s the press release about the newly installed NBEO Mock Exam Room: In March 2014, in recognition and celebration of the 110th year anniversary of the Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University, graduates and friends of SCCO at […]
Second only to Graduation Day, fourth year rotations are indisputably the most exciting months in a young optometrist’s educational years. In SCCO’s Outreach clinical program, students are able to take hold of their education and customize their final year to fit their personal interests and professional goals. You […]
This continuing series features 4th year SCCO student, Daniel Brinchman, who is in his fourth rotation back home at MBKU’s University Eye Center. by Daniel Brinchman, 4th year SCCO student March 2014 Blog Entry Hello stranger, it’s been awhile. I know, I know; there’s some back-blogging I owe […]
As you prepare to interview, having a vision for how you want to practice optometry is key. Most applicants limit their perspective of optometry by considering it solely in its traditional clinical context, meaning they think of their future solely in terms of delivering patient care. This is […]