Year 3 Structure

Office of Medical Education

Clerkships mark the transition to the predominantly clinical component of the medical education program. Students are immersed in clinical experiences and clinical reasoning practice throughout the community and surrounding areas. Students work full-time at a designated site during each four- to twelve-week rotation period and are at times assigned on-call duty on scheduled nights and weekends.

Clinical Reasoning in Medicine - MED 651O - 36 weeks

Clinical Reasoning in Medicine is a longitudinal course designed to refine students' diagnostic reasoning, medical decision making and communication skills. Students are assessed with observed structured clinical exams (OSCE).

Required Clerkships: (48 Weeks Total)