Phase One (Year One)
Phase Two (Year Two)
Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships: Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (LICs) are similar to block rotations but allow students to experience a larger scope of specialties. Students will care for patients, build relationships with preceptors/evaluators, and obtain clinical competencies across many disciplines.
Team-Based Learning: Students will use team-based learning three to four times monthly. This will enhance the learning and retention of core sciences.
Note: Houses, student-led clinics and doctoring courses will continue.
Phase Three (Years Three-Four)
Advanced Integrated Science Selectives: To prepare for residency, students must take at least two Advanced Integrated Science Selectives. These selectives provide in-depth education on specific interests and practices. Various selectives will be provided to meet students' diverse career interests.
Student-Led Councils: Councils organize advanced learning opportunities for students to grow their knowledge/skills. Council activities will serve interests like research, advocacy, and population health. Councils help take service learning beyond classrooms and student-led clinics. They help students grow in the areas that interest them most.
Note: Houses, student-led clinics, and doctoring courses will continue.