What You’ll Learn
Offered at our Long Island, New York campus and Jonesboro, Arkansas location, our program helps you develop the complex and critical behavioral, social, and clinical skills required in modern medical practice. Our curriculum incorporates critical factors—from anatomical to societal—that affect the nature of illness and patient outcomes.You will have opportunities to conduct research and to develop specializations in global health care, population health, and advanced medical technologies
Coursework integrates biomedical and clinical sciences using innovative teaching methods led by dedicated, accomplished faculty from across multiple specialties. Cutting-edge medical simulation, virtual reality, robotics, and other technologies support a robust academic curriculum.
Clerkships in your third and fourth years will provide clinical exposures and practices in a wide variety of settings and practice areas, from one-on-one preceptorships in a physician's community practice to serving as a team member in a department of a large hospital.
Residencies & Employers
- Boston Children’s Hospital
- Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare
- Lenox Hill Hospital
- New York-Presbyterian
- Northwell Health
- Northwestern Memorial Hospital
- NYU Langone Health
- Stony Brook University Hospital