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This is a unique early admissions dual-track
premedical eight-year academic program sponsored by the University of
Delaware in consort with the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas
Jefferson University, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine,
and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. It is designed for those unique students who are certain that they want
to become physicians and who desire a program of academic
study blending the scientific and cultural aspects of the various
This program in medicine is accomplished by providing
highly qualified students with a balanced education in liberal arts,
sciences, and professional studies. The commonly shared curriculum in
preparation for this profession not only includes the traditional
courses in the life/physical sciences but also the opportunity to
specialize in one of three areas related to medicine dealing with bioethics, administration and public policy, or
translational research. Small group discussions, problem-based
instruction, and discipline-specific practicum experiences in
clinical/institutional settings all experienced with strong mentoring
are special aspects of the program.
For more information about the program, contact the faculty coordinator at (302) 831-3030.
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