Our Longitudinal Academic Tracks allow students to explore various areas of interest in conjunction with the four-year medical school curriculum. All tracks are faculty-run, scholarly experiences for medical students interested in developing attitudes and skills for self-directed, lifelong learning and career development.
The goals of the Longitudinal Academic Tracks are to promote intellectual curiosity, appreciation of scholarly inquiry, inter-professional collaboration, and cura personalis.
There are currently five Longitudinal Academic Tracks offered in the School of Medicine:
- Health Justice Scholar Track
- Literature and Medicine Track
- Medical Education Research Scholar Track
- Population Health Scholar Track
- Healthcare Leadership Track (website coming soon)
Interested students may apply in the first year of medical school. Students who successfully complete a track by meeting all track requirements and remaining in good academic standing, graduate from the medical school with distinction.