Second Year

Delivery Year

The 48 week healthcare delivery curriculum consists of 40 weeks of required clerkships delivered as five eight-week block clerkships and one longitudinal clerkship, and six weeks of selective course options with a two-week vacation. Radiology, pathology and diagnostic content, as well as interprofessional experiences, are highly integrated throughout all clerkships. Three longitudinal courses with clinical skills, interprofessional experiences, and leadership practice continue into the second year.  


  • Milestone 0 (One week)
  • Internal Medicine (Eight weeks) 
  • Women’s Health (Eight weeks)
  • Psychiatry (Four weeks)
  • Neurology (Four weeks)
  • Pediatrics (Eight weeks)
  • Surgery (Eight weeks)
  • Emergency Medicine (Four weeks)

Longitudinal Courses

  • Primary Care, Family, and Community Medicine 
  • Developing Outstanding Clinical Skills 
  • Interprofessional Education
  • Leadership


Select up to four weeks of electives

  • Geriatrics and Palliative Care Elective (Two weeks)
  • Internal Medicine Elective (Two weeks)
  • Surgery Elective (Two weeks)