Our curriculum is organized into Three Pillars that span the course of four years.
Foundational biomedical sciences are integrated into two foundations courses and eight organ system blocks with limited lectures, early clinical exposure, case-based small groups and simulation.
Clinical clerkships in core disciplines are integrated into a longitudinal outpatient experience including short hospital-based blocks and a rural family medicine block. Frontier and Rural Medicine (FARM) Program students accomplish Pillar 2 in rural communities across the state.
The final 17 months include surgery subspecialties, sub-internships, emergency medicine and rural family medicine. Students also have generous opportunities for electives, research, out-of-state and global experiences.