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ACADEMICS

Courses
BASSIC SCIENCE COURSES
Semester 1Course CodeCourse Name Credits
BS-GATGross Anatomy12
BS-HSTHistology8
BS-EMBEmbryology4
BS-CM1Introduction to Clinical Medicine I
Semester 2Course CodeCourse Name Credits
BS-PHSPhysiology10
BS-BCMBiochemistry8
BS-BAEBiostatistics/ Epidemiology4
BS-GENGenetics
BS-CM3Introduction to Clinical Medicine II4
Semester 3Course CodeCourse Name Credits
BS-PT1Pathology I10
BS-MBGMicrobiology/ Immunology10
BS-NRSNeuroscience6
BS-BHSBehavioral Science
BS-CM3Introduction to Clinical Medicine III4
Semester 4Course CodeCourse Name Credits
BS-PT1Pathology II10
BS-PRMPharmacology8
BS-PHDPhysical Diagnosis6
BS-MLEMedical & Legal Ethics
BS-CM4Introduction to Clinical Medicine IV4
CLINICAL SCIENCE COURSES
Semester 5
USMLE Review
Course CodeCourse Name Credits
BS-CPHCardiovascular, Pulmonary and Hematology9
BS-NMSNeural and Muscoloskeletal Sciences7
BS-RGERenal and Gastroenterology8
BS-ERBEndocrinology and Reproductive Biology6
BS-HIMHematology, Immunology, and Microbiology7
Semester 5-10
Core Rotations
Course CodeCourse NameWeeks
CR-IMDInternal Medicine12
CR-SRGSurgery12
CR-PDTPediatrics6
CR-OBGObstetrics and Gynecology6
CR-FMPFamily Practice6
CR-PSCPsychiatry6
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Semester 5-10
Elective Rotations
Course CodeCourse NameWeeks
ER-AIMAllergy & Immunology4
ER-AMCAmbulatory Care4
ER-ANSAnesthesiology4
ER-CRDCardiology4
ER-CRCCritical Care4
ER-CTLCytology4
ER-DRMDermatology4
ER-EMREmergency Medicine4
ER-ENDEndocrinology and Metabolism4
ER-FPRFamily Practice4
ER-GSTGastroenterology4
ER-GRTGeriatrics4
ER-GRNGerontology4
ER-HMTHematology4
ER-INFInfectious Diseases4
ER-NPHNephrology4
ER-NURNeurology4
ER-NRPNeuropathology4
ER-ONCOncology4
ER-OPTOphthalmology4
ER-ORSOrthopedic Surgery4
ER-PTHPathology4
ER-PLSPlastic Surgery4
ER-PRVPreventive Medicine4
ER-PSCPsychiatry4
ER-PCRPublic Care / Health Care Systems4
ER-PLMPulmonary Disease4
ER-RDLRadiology4
ER-RHMRheumatology4
ER-TRMTrauma Surgery4
ER-URLUrology4

The Clinical Program consists of five semesters for a total of 72 weeks. All 48 weeks of the core rotations are mandatory and 24 weeks of the elective rotations are selected by a student.

This listing does not indicate the sequence of courses. The core rotation schedules are determined by the Clinical Coordinator at the time students are admitted into the Clinical Program. In general, students complete their core rotations before doing additional requirements and electives. Electives listed above are examples of the many options available. Elective choices and schedules are arranged individually by students in consultation with the Clinical Science Department and the Dean of Clinical Science.

Some Hospitals may require students to attend an orientation. Orientations can last for up to a week and are a non-credit experience.