Interdisciplinary Medicine (IDM)
This course introduces students to the major health problems of specific populations and integrates clinical, preventive and health promotion dimensions of each problem.
This course is an extnesion of Introduction to Patient Care I & II in which students continue with their assigned clinical mentors and participate in five clinical experi- ences. Students may opt to continue their clinical experiences through summer externships.
An introduction to the study of heritable diseases, their molecular basis and their detection and treatment, including presentation of clinical cases.
The course is an introduction to primary care medicine, clinical responsibilities, and clinical orientation prior to beginning required third-year rotations.
The structure and function of the Nervous System.
A course offered to medical students on special curricula or to students with learning disabilities.
This elective is designed to nurture the interest and to develop skills for a career in academic medicine.
Introduces 4th year medical students to the four career planning components of the AAMC/Careers in Medicine program with emphasis on interviewing and preparing for the residency application process.
USMLE Step II Exam Prep Course
This couirse is intended for medical students interested in the foundational history of medicine and medical thought up through the current age of modern medical technology. This course will seek to add to the student's appreciation for the trials and tribulations of the medical entrepreneurs and scientists who have brought modern medicine to its current standards.