YR

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JULY

AY 2014-15

The order in which M1 and M2 courses are scheduled is the same for all students. 

M1

CELL &

TISSUE BIOLOGY



MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY (includes Nutrition)



MEDICAL

HUMAN ANATOMY/EMBRYOLOGY I

MEDICAL

HUMAN ANATOMY/EMBRYOLOGY II


ESSENTIALS OF CLINICAL MEDICINE 1

ESSENTIALS OF CLINICAL MEDICINE 2


PHYSIOLOGY I

PHYSIOLOGY II



NEUROANATOMY



BRAIN &

BEHAVIOR



MEDICAL GENETICS




HUMAN DEVELOPMENT




BASIC IMMUNOLOGY & MICROBIOLOGY


M2

ESSENTIALS OF CLINICAL MEDICINE 3

ESSENTIALS OF CLINICAL MEDICINE 4


CLINICAL PATHOPHYSIOLOGY I

CLINICAL PATHOPHYSIOLOGY II


 MEDICAL PHARMACOLOGY I

MEDICAL PHARMACOLOGY II


GENERAL/SYSTEMIC PATHOLOGY I

GENERAL/SYSTEMIC PATHOLOGY II


CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY/IMMUNOLOGY



PSYCHIATRY


The order in which M3 and M4 experiences are scheduled varies for each student. 

Listed below are the required rotations and weeks of credit for each. 

M3

Essentials of Clinical Practice & Professionalism 1

2 Weeks

PEDIATRICS

6 Weeks

OB/GYNE

6 Weeks

PSYCHIATRY

6 Weeks

FAMILY MEDICINE

6 Weeks

SURGERY

8 Weeks

MEDICINE

12 Weeks

NEUROLOGY

2 Weeks

Option to fufill

M4

Weeks

M4

SUB-INTERNSHIP

 4 Weeks

PATHWAY ELECTIVES

16 Weeks

(Choose one Pathway)

TRANSITION COURSES

4 Weeks

OPEN ELECTIVES

14 Weeks

Hospital-Based

Pathway

Medical

Pathway

Surgical

Pathway

Essentials of Clinical

Practice &

Professionalism 2 (1)

Laboratory

Medicine (2)

Longitudinal

Career

Development (1)

Radiology (4)

Emergency Medicine (4)

Medical Selective (4)

Surgical Selective (4)

Radiology (4)

Emergency Medicine (4)

Dermatology (4)

Medical Selective (4)

Radiology [Surgery/Anatomy] (4)

Anesthesiology (4)

Cardiopulmonary Selective (4)

Surgical Selective (4)