Medical School Curriculum

The typical length of a medical school curriculum is four years, after which the school confers a Doctor of Medicine (MD). The four years are usually broken up into two years of core science classes followed by two years of clerkships (also called clinical rotations).
From Anatomy to Immunology, the medical school curriculum is a fascinating pursuit of knowledge as it relates to caring for the human body. Although the first two years still center on learning the science behind the work, the last two allow students the opportunity to learn in a real hospital environment by placing them in rotations.
This course is a required component of the core curriculum that spans the first year of the medical program. It emphasizes the importance of a broad understanding of scholarship, engagement, and social accountability by allowing students to undertake individualized directed studies options through various learning activities.

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