Admissions

P-MAP Curriculum

P-MAP students complete a master’s degree in Cellular and Molecular Medicine, which include a number of courses that are closely aligned, or taught in tandem, with the medical school curriculum. Students are taught by the same faculty that will be teaching them their core science courses during M1 and M2. Below is a list of courses currently required for the program.

Note: The P-MAP program will not accept transfer graduate units

Term

Course Name

Summer Pre-Session

Human Histology - CMM 510

Excellence=Mastering Medical Curriculum Content (E-MC2 Seminar) – CMM 696C

PMAP Societies

Clinical Correlations

Summer I

Human Gross Anatomy - CMM 501

Excellence=Mastering Medical Curriculum Content (E-MC2 Seminar) – CMM 696C

PMAP Societies

Clinical Correlations

Summer II

Cell Biology of Disease - CMM 504

Excellence=Mastering Medical Curriculum Content (E-MC2 Seminar)

PMAP Societies

Clinical Correlations

Fall

Medical Biochemistry – BIOC 537

Scientific Communication – CMM 597

Medical Immunology and Infectious Disease – CMM 605

Excellence=Mastering Medical Curriculum Content (E-MC2 Seminar) – CMM 696C

PMAP Societies & Shadowing

Clinical Correlations

Spring

Mechanisms of Human Disease - PATH 515

The Art of Scientific Communication - CMM 603

PMAP & Societies Shadowing

Critical Connections Between Basic Science & Medicine – CMM 505

Excellence=Mastering Medical Curriculum Content (E-MC2 Seminar) - CMM 696C

   

Summer I

Human Neurosciences - PHCL 504

Ongoing

Thesis - CMM 910