The program leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree includes 147 weeks of instruction (72 weeks of which are devoted to clinical work) scheduled over four calendar years.
Preclerkship is devoted to the teaching and learning of biomedical sciences, whereas Clerkship is devoted to clinical work. During medical studies, students should demonstrate the intelligence, the integrity, and the personal and emotional characteristics deemed necessary for competent physicians. Their behaviour must be consistent with an acceptable code of professional ethics, such as stated in the Faculty's Standards of Ethical and Professional Behaviour.
This program is offered in English and in French.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2021-2022 calendars for the previous requirements.
|Compulsory courses at the 1000 level|
|Clinical Placement - Non Mandatory Elective - First Year|
|Introduction Unit to the Profession|
|Physician Skills Development (Part 1)|
|Compulsory courses at the 2000 level|
|Transition to Clerkship Part 1|
|Clinical Placement - Non Mandatory Elective - Second Year|
|Mandatory Clinical Week|
|Physician Skills Development (Part 2)|
|Compulsory courses at the 3000 level|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology|
|Acute Care Medicine|
|Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)|
|Transition to Clerkship Part 2|
|Compulsory courses at the 4000 level|
|Transition to Residency|
|Selective in Ambulatory Medicine|
|Eportfolio on Core Competencies (Part 1)|
|Eportfolio on Core Competencies (Part 2)|
|Eportfolio on Core Competencies (Part 3)|
|Eportfolio on Core Competencies (Part 4)|
|Entrustable Professional Activites Achievement|