Skip to Main Content

Chicago Medical School a community-based medical school with interprofessionalism at its core, because patients benefit when a health care team works together. 

We have redesigned the allopathic medicine degree curriculum of the Chicago Medical School for fall 2018 incoming students. Because the medical profession has changed dramatically, future physicians must be able to:

  • engage in preventative and personalized patient care,
  • use new technologies,
  • work in interprofessional teams, and
  • deliver care in multiple settings.

We redesigned the curriculum to:

  • integrate clinical and basic science,
  • engage students in active learning,
  • provide early opportunities for clinical experience in the community,
  • ensure students will have skills needed for life-long, independent learning, and
  • build on our experience and strength as an interprofessional university.

Read More About Our Curriculum