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MD Curriculum

Phase 1

(New Curriculum – beginning with Class of 2021 – encompasses what was formerly M-1 and M-2)

  • Block 1: Body Systems & Homeostasis 1
  • Block 2: Pathogenesis
  • Block 3: Skin, Muscle and Movement
  • Block 4: Circulation & Respiration
  • Block 5: Digestion & Homeostasis 2
  • Block 6: Brain and Behavior
  • Block 7: Regulation & Reproduction
  • Longitudinal Course: Synthesis
  • Longitudinal Course: DoCS
  • Longitudinal Course: Medical Colloquia

M-2 Year

  • General Pathology/Infectious Diseases
    • General Pathology
    • Infection & Immunity
  • Pharmacology
  • Human Disease I
    • Introduction to Clinical Medicine
    • Epidemiology & Health Care Issues
  • Human Disease II
    • Skeletal & Skin Diseases
    • Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine
    • Neurology
  • Human Disease III
    • Cardiovascular
    • Pulmonary
    • Renal-Urinary
  • Human Disease IV
    • Gastrointestinal
    • Hematopoietic & Reticuloendothelial
    • Endocrine & Reproductive

M-3 Year

  • Family Medicine (6 weeks)
  • Medicine (12 weeks)
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology (8 weeks)
  • Pediatrics (8 weeks)
  • Psychiatry/Neurology (6 weeks)
  • Surgery (8 weeks)

Optional M-3 Track

  • Rural Student Physician Program

M-4 Year

  • Medical Neurology or Neurosurgery (4 weeks)
  • Subinternship (4 weeks)
  • Intern Preparedness Course (2 weeks)
  • Electives (14 weeks)