The MD Program spans 147 weeks of instruction, divided into 2 years of preclerkship and 2 years of clerkship. Upon completion, students will receive a Doctor of Medicine degree (MD).

The highly-regarded curriculum focuses on developing the key competencies necessary for our students to become leaders in health care delivery. Students learn through patient contact gained in hospital, community, rural and international settings.

At the Faculty of Medicine, students are exposed to rich experiences which enhance their learning and increase their knowledge in medical education. Direct contact with patients begins in the first year and increases as students progress through the four-year program. Patient contact is further gained in hospital, community, rural and international settings starting in the third year, when clerkship begins. Students learn during clinical rotations in each of the major departments: Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine and Family Medicine.

Rounding out the clerkship component of the program are the electives and mandatory selectives that allow students to pursue clinical studies in their specific areas of interest.