Joint Medical Program students study a Bachelor of Medical Science in years one to three, and a Doctor of Medicine in years four and five.
Your studies will follow a three-phase pathway (PDF, 151KB):
- Phase 1: Essentials of Medical Practice
- Phase 2: Engaging in Medical Practice
- Phase 3: Extension of Medical Practice
Students enrolled in the Joint Medical Program will:
- Gain a thorough and broad understanding of medicine and the basic sciences, learning how to apply your knowledge to specific medical problems.
- Discover patient-centred clinical methods through problem-based learning.
- Choose to study electives that interest you, such rural health, Aboriginal health and public health.
- Develop critical research skills that will set you in good stead for life-long learning in your medical career.
Find out more about the courses you will study in the Joint Medical Program.