The Indiana University School of Medicine has an outstanding reputation throughout the country and is an integral part of Indianapolis history. The main campus of the school is located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis on the Indiana University – Purdue University (IUPUI) campus. A total of eight regional campuses make up this excellent Indiana school; they are all situated on or adjacent to universities throughout the state.
With more than 60 clinical departments and specialty divisions, the Indiana University School of Medicine stands out above the rest of its kind in Indianapolis and boasts the honor of educating the second largest student body in the United States. It was founded in 1903 as only the fourth medical school in the country to require two or more years of collegiate work for admission.
|Video interviews of students at the Indiana University School of Medicine|
The Indiana University School of Medicine handed out its first Doctor of Medicine degrees in 1907 to 25 proud graduates. This esteemed university is a prime example of the highly regarded higher education in Indianapolis. The school hosts a wide variety of programs to ensure students receive a unique, thorough education in the field of medicine in areas of their choosing.
One example of the diversified subjects students can choose to study at the Indiana School of Medicine is a program at the Terre Haute campus. Once enrolled in the rural education program, students will be introduced to a vigorous four-year curriculum focused on providing medicine in rural areas. The program has five goals: to recruit Hoosiers from under served areas and populations; to teach science from the perspective of clinical medicine; to teach medicine from the perspective of rural health; to develop 21st century tools for the rural physician; and to promote research in community health.
|Video of an orientation lecture at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis|
Another program right here in Indy is the Master of Science in Medical Science course, which provides a unique opportunity especially for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. This two-year program includes 36 credit hours of course work in areas including didactic instruction, problem-based learning and heavy research. All students admitted to this course are required to complete an intense summer preparation course before starting the Master of Science curriculum in the fall.
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