Summary of Graduation Requirements for Awarding the Medical Degree (MD) at Georgetown University

Please note the following is applicable to graduating classes through May 2020.
Students graduating after Spring 2020 should contact the Office of Medical Education.

First Year — Satisfactory Completion of all required First-Year Modules:

Ambulatory Care

Cardio-Pulmonary

Gastrointestinal

Head, Neck & Special Senses

Introduction to Clinical Ethics

Limbs

Medical Neuroscience

Metabolism, Nutrition & Endo

Molecular & Cell Physiology

Molecular & Human Genetics

Patients, Populations & Policy

Physical Diagnosis I

Physician-Patient Communication

Renal & Electrolytes

Sexual Development & Reproduction

Service Learning

Selectives

Second Year — Satisfactory Completion of all required Second-Year Courses

Ambulatory Care II

Clinical Skills Primer

Evidence Based Medicine II

Health Care Ethics

Human Sexuality

Lab Medicine & Problem Solving Cases

Medical Student Grand Rounds

Microbiology & Immunology

Physical Diagnosis

Pathology

Pharmacology

Psychiatry

Third Year — Satisfactory Completion of all required Third Year Clerkships & Courses:

Family Medicine

Medical Student Grand Rounds

Medicine

Neurology

Obstetrics & Gynecology

OSCE (M3 OSCE)

Pediatrics

Psychiatry

Selective

Surgery

Surgical Subspecialties

Fourth Year — Satisfactory Completion of all required Fourth Year Courses & Electives:

Clinical Pharmacology

Electives (24 weeks or 24 credits)

Emergency Medicine

Medicine AI

Select AI

Global Requirements:

Passing USMLE Step 1

Passing USMLE Step 2 CK

Passing USMLE Step 2 CS

Satisfactory Completion of Independent Scholarly Project

Community Service (20 Hours total)

Students will be required to participate in the following curricular & training activities as part of the curriculum:

Phlebotomy Training

BLS Certification

ACLS Certification

Annual HIPAA, BBP and Patient Safety Training

Patient Safety Immersion Day

Interprofessional Experience Day