School of Medicine

The University began in 1807 with the founding of the nation's fifth medical school.  Biomedical research activity has expanded dramatically in the last decade; the School is now among the top public medical schools in NIH research awards.  In Fiscal Year 2009 faculty garnered $440.1 million in grant and contract support.  The School is leading efforts to attract underrepresented minorities to medical careers.

Bachelor's

  • Medical & Research Technology (BS)

Master's

  • Biochemistry & Molecular Biology [GPILS] (MS)
  • Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine [GPILS] (MS, MD/MS)
  • Genetic Counseling (MGC)
  • Medical & Research Technology (MS)
  • Molecular Medicine [GPILS] (MS)
  • Pathology [Pathologist's Assistant] (MS)
  • Public Health (MPH)
  • Toxicology [GPILS] (MS)

Doctoral - Research & Scholarship

  • Biochemistry & Molecular Biology [GPILS] (PhD, MD/PhD)
  • Epidemiology & Human Genetics [GPILS] (PhD, MD/PhD)
  • Gerontology [GPILS] (PhD)
  • Molecular Medicine [GPILS] (PhD, MD/PhD)
  • Molecular Microbiology & Immunology [GPILS] (PhD, MD/PhD)
  • Neuroscience [GPILS] (PhD, MD/PhD)
  • Physical Rehabilitation Science [GPILS] (PhD, MD/PhD)
  • Toxicology (PhD, MD/PhD)

Doctoral - Professional Practice

  • Medicine (MD)
  • Physical Therapy (DPT)

Certificate

  • Clinical Research