A student is considered to be achieving satisfactory academic progress as long as he or she passes the sequence of course and clerkships established by the Curriculum Committee and meets the performance standards for the 28 SPAs as set by the Executive Curriculum Committee.
The academic progress, including professional development, of EUSOM students is monitored in two separate Progress and Promotions (P & P) committees.
The Foundations Phase course directors assign grades to students on a Satisfactory/ Unsatisfactory scale. Any student who receives a grade of Unsatisfactory must undertake remediation according to the policy approved by the Curriculum Committee, to the satisfaction of the module director.
The student¿s performance in clinical medicine in the clerkships/courses (i.e., Application, Discovery, and Translation of Medical Science phases) is an important assessment of their skills and competency in clinical medicine.
The standard MD program at EUSOM takes four years to complete; however, students may apply to postpone graduation for a year.
Last Modified: 7/28/2018