You need to take a sufficient number of undergraduate level science courses in the coming year to increase your sGPA to 3.0. Then you could apply to DO schools next June and with a cGPA and sGPA both above 3.0 and your MCAT of 506 then you would be competitive for at least 14 DO schools that I can think of.
DO list is fine, and correct, no chance at MD.top 30 undergrad school
2.8 sGPA / 3.7 aoGPA / 3.1 cGPA
3.9 MS degree (40 credits, not included in cGPA)
upward trend sGPA 2.1, 2.3, 3.0, 3.3, 3.9 (grad), 4.0 (informal postbacc)
unfortunately back then I didn't think how summer transfer courses would affect me years later (lots of C's & C+'s, all retaken with A's)
506 MCAT (much lower than AAMC practice tests, plan to retake)
1 year graduate TA
1.5 years research
300 hrs volunteering (w/ underserved)
300+ hrs surgical observation & shadowing (various specialties, +DO family medicine)
5000+ full time paid clinical job
good LORs (albert einstein, mount sinai, columbia, cornell, nyu, stony brook, & NYIT affiliated)
I know my GPA is really low, especially now that DO doesn't accept grade replacement Do I have any chance if I apply broadly? If not, where do I go moving forward? I have over 200 course hours so I know I will have to take a good 2-4 years of course work to even make the smallest dent in GPA. I did an informal post-bacc (4.0), but the classes are not "averaged" in the way I assumed. They are just added like any course would be, which again does not change much.
MWU/AZCOM, WesternU/COMP, LECOM, NSU, MU, DMU, KCU, Rowan, BCOM, NYIT, Touro, OU (Cleveland), PCOM, PNWU, ATSU
I'm assuming no chance of MD?