Didactic Curriculum

FALL YEAR I (starts June)
Session I: 8 weeks
Human Anatomy 9 cr
Professional Issues I 1 cr
Population Medicine 1 cr
Total Credit Hours: 11
Session II: 2 weeks
EKG Interpretation 1 cr
Total Credit Hours: 2
Session III: 15 weeks
General Medicine I 5 cr
Human Physiology I 3 cr
Clinical Pharmacology I 4 cr
Physical Diagnosis 2 cr
Diagnostic Studies for Health Care Providers 2 cr
Interviewing & Documentation 2 cr
Total Credit Hours: 17
SEMESTER BREAK — 2 WEEKS
SPRING YEAR I (starts January)
Session I: 16 weeks
General Medicine II 5 cr
Behavioral Science 3 cr
Clinical Pharmacology II 4 cr
Research Design & Evidence-Based Medicine 2 cr
Human Physiology II 3 cr
Advanced Physical Diagnosis 2 cr
Total Credit Hours: 19
BREAK—1 WEEK
Session II: Summer—4 weeks
Pediatrics 2 cr
Professional Issues II 1 cr
Infection Control 1 cr
Master's Clinical Research I 1 cr
Total Credit Hours: 5
FALL YEAR II (starts June)
Session I—8 weeks
General medicine III 3 cr
Clinical Procedures 2 cr
Clinical Decision Making 1 cr
Total Credit Hours: 6
CLINICAL YEAR
FALL YEAR II (starts August)
Session II —16 weeks (4 rotations) + Master' Clinical Research II
Total Credit Hours: 17
SPRING YEAR II (starts January)
Session I —20 weeks (5 rotations) +1 week vacation + Master' Clinical Research III
Total Credit Hours: 21
FALL YEAR III (starts June)
Session I —8 weeks (2 rotations) + 1 week competencies + Master's Project Presentation
Total Credit Hours: 8
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 106
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