More than 1,400 students are enrolled in IU School of Medicine’s MD program, making IU the largest school of medicine in the United States. Another 350 students are working toward graduate degrees. In addition, the school supports more than 1100 resident physicians and fellows in its graduate medical education program. IU School of Medicine alumni and faculty as well as practicing physicians throughout the United States benefit from the school’s continuing medical education offerings. In addition, students have the opportunity to earn complementary degrees and credentials—such as MD/PhD, MD/MPH, MD/MBA MD/MS or a Scholarly Concentration—that help future health care professionals bridge the gaps between medical care and related topics.
Modern Medical Education
Through IU School of Medicine’s MD curriculum, medical students benefit from a strong integration of basic science knowledge and clinical experiences. The curriculum also emphasizes interprofessional experiences, providing students opportunities to train alongside colleagues in other fields of medicine. The MD curriculum and supplementary programs such as the school’s Scholarly Concentrations ensure future physicians are prepared to succeed in the modern healthcare environment.