Training so comprehensive it expands how you define yourself.
A new curriculum for a new age.
Developed with the changing landscape of medicine and you in mind.
Our medical school curriculum is getting a full refresh. An exciting, collaborative effort between faculty, students, staff and leadership with a refocus around our ‘why’ – To empower students to become physicians committed to excellence and leaders in innovation, research, health, education, advocacy and humanistic care.
Articulated and Concurrent Degree Programs
Our footprint on a large University campus coupled with the relationships that have been built across the other professional schools and research departments allow us the unique opportunity to provide articulated and concurrent degree programs. Your exploration and potential is unlimited here.
- MD – PhD – Pre-matriculation application
- MD – MPH – Post-matriculation application
- MD – MPP – Post-matriculation application
- MD – MBA – Post-matriculation application
Your Program, Your Path
The school strives to create an environment in which students prepare for a future in which scientific knowledge, societal values and human needs are ever changing.
PRIME-LA is a 5-year dual degree program focusing on the development of leaders in medicine who will improve health care delivery, research, and policy in underserved communities.
The Drew/UCLA Medical Education Program was established in 1978 between the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in south Los Angeles and the UCLA School of Medicine.
The Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) is dedicated to educating and training exceptionally qualified individuals for careers in the biomedical and socio-medical sciences.
The Global Health Program has been the highlight of my time at UCLA. The incredible faculty are responsive, supportive, and always encouraging students to explore global health projects. My experiences with the Program have significantly helped to shape my path as a physician.
John Nesemann, MD Student
Transformative global experiences
that will shape your practice and stay with you for life.
Casey Weiser, MD, reflects on her time in rural South Africa as part of the global health rotation in her fourth year of medical school at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.