Enhanced Medical Education Tracks offer medical students an opportunity to perform in-depth study of an interdisciplinary field of medicine that enhances the required curriculum without extending the time needed to graduate from medical school.
Students work closely with faculty mentors, residents and advanced students.
Although EMET participants are required to maintain good academic standing, applicants are selected for Tracks based on their interest in the topic and their motivation to complete work above and beyond the basic M.D. curriculum.
Students apply in the second semester of their first year and participate in the track seminars, preceptorships or research throughout the M1, M2 and M3 years. The track culminates in a capstone project in the M4 year.
Currently approved tracks include:
- Aging and Integrated Medicine
- Auto-Immune Diseases
- Clinical Quality and Patient Safety
- Comprehensive HIV Medicine
- Medical Humanities and Arts
- Preventive Medicine
- Underserved Health Care
- Pre-Medical Programs
First and Second Year Curriculum
Year Three Requirements
Integrated clinical experience core (ICE)
Problem-Based Learning (PBL)
Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
- Enhanced Medical Education Tracks (EMET)
- Integrated clinical experience core (ICE)
- First and Second Year Curriculum
- Dual Degree
School of Allied Health Professions
- Graduate Medical Education
Continuing Medical Education
- Learning Facilities
- Student Organizations, Interest Groups, and Activities
New Student Orientation