The University of Arizona College of Medicine was founded in 1967 to educate physicians. Our four-year MD degree remains our flagship educational program.
Our basic science departments and clinical departments.
The ArizonaMed curriculum incorporates several advanced models for adult education, including interactive lectures, case-based instruction and team learning.
Blocks integrate material from multiple basic sciences like anatomy and pathology into broader perspectives.
Pursue interests in global health, integrative medicine or research. Encounter special clinical, academic and research opportunities.
Physicians who graduate from the College of Medicine – Tucson must have command of these foundational skills and abilities.
Choose electives that match your interests and educational track during all four years of medical school.
Mentors in these student learning communities are some of our most distinguished clinician-educators.
Curricular "threads" are woven through multiple blocks throughout the ArizonaMed curriculum.
Residencies, Fellowships and Graduate Programs
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson currently sponsors accredited residency programs and fellowships in all major specialties and subspecialties. More than 50 programs are offered through our two Banner – University Medical Group (BUMG) locations, and our 14 major institutional partners. Our residents and fellows enjoy outstanding educational opportunities in a supportive environment. Our programs are nationally recognized for their award-winning faculty and innovative clinical, teaching and research components.
At any time, more than 150 students are enrolled in exceptional graduate degree granting programs at the College of Medicine – Tucson.
Dual-degree programs combining an MD from the College of Medicine – Tucson with an MBA, MPH or PhD are available.