Enrichment Year Courses

ELE3951: Enrichment Year – Post Year 3

This course allows students to take a year in between years 3 and 4 of Clerkship to supplement their medical training by pursuing unique opportunities that are not covered in the MD. Students must complete 48 weeks of supervised and evaluated training at sites approved by the Faculty of Medicine. Students must submit a proposal and obtain permission from the Faculty at least six (6) months prior to the beginning of their fourth year of study. This course cannot be repeated.

Prerequisites: Completion of the first three (3) years of undergraduate medical education curriculum.

ELE4931: Enrichment Year – Post Year 4

This course allows students that have not been matched to a residency program to complete additional clinical and research experiences to assist with career selection. Students must complete 30 weeks of supervised and evaluated clinical training, with an additional 12 weeks of research, humanities or community service projects at sites approved by the Faculty of Medicine. The clinical training in any given discipline cannot exceed 50% of the total weeks of clinical electives. Students must obtain permission from the Faculty at least 30 days prior to convocation. Students will begin this course starting in the summer following their LMCC exam and graduate upon completion of the enrichment year. This course cannot be repeated.

Prerequisites: Completion of the four (4) years of the undergraduate medical education and no match to a residency program. Precludes students from taking course ELE4941.

Committee                                                                                        Approval Date

Faculty Council                                                                                  November 26, 2013        

Executive Committee of the Senate       

Senate

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