The Six-Year Medical Program is structured as a sequence of two curricula:
1. Pre-Medical Curriculum
2. Medical Curriculum
The pre-medical curriculum at WCM-Q consists of two years. It is designed to prepare students to meet the educational requirements and rigors of the medical curriculum of the Six-Year Medical Program.
The course content focuses on aspects of the basic sciences that have direct relevance to the field of medicine. The courses are identical to those taught at the Ithaca campus and include laboratory sessions as well as demonstration experiments given during the lecture periods.
Upon completion of the pre-medical curriculum, students are reviewed for promotion to the medical curriculum of the Six-Year Medical Program. The medical curriculum consists of four years. Students will take basic science courses in the first two years of the medical curriculum and then take clinical based courses in the third and fourth years.
To learn about admission requirements for the Six-Year Medical Program, click on requirements.
To learn about the procedure for applying for the Six-Year Medical Program, click on procedure.
To learn about the timeline of the admissions process for the Six-Year Medical Program, click on timeline.
To learn about the admissions interview process for the Six-year Medical Program, click on interview.
To learn about tuition for the Six-Year Medical Program, please click on tuition.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please review the frequently asked questions by clicking on frequently asked questions.