The Department of Family and Community Medicine has responsibilities for teaching, research and service activities covering the spectrum from primary medical care to community medicine. This graduate degree program is designed to prepare physicians and other current/future medical school faculty members to work in an academic setting as faculty members with responsibilities for patient care, teaching, research, and scholarly endeavors. Applicants must be graduates of an accredited medical school, or have a graduate degree compatible with a medical department faculty position (e.g. PhD, ScD, EdD, MSW, MSN, etc.).
- Fall: July 15
- Spring: November 15
- Summer: April 15
Minimum Language Requirements
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Required Application Materials
For the Graduate School
- Completed Graduate School online application
- Unofficial Transcripts- As part of the application submission process, all applicants are required to upload unofficial copies of all post-secondary transcripts to the online application. Official transcripts are only required if accepted by the academic program.
- Official Results of English Proficiency Exams (International applicants only)
For the Academic Medicine Program
- Two letters of recommendation
- A personal statement
- A CV/Resume
- Verification from your residency program or other relevant post-graduate training