5 YEARS DOCTOR OF MEDICINE/MD PROGRAM
The MD (Doctor of Medicine) is a degree course of 5.5 years wherein the first 1.5 years is of the Pre-Medicals, followed by 2 years of Basic Sciences and the last 2 years is of the Clinical Rotations where the student can get a golden opportunity to study in the US.
PRE MED PROGRAM COURSES LIST CARIBBEAN
To make students in parallel with the US curriculum, the pre-medical program is introduced to students for obtaining 120 credits that they lack to qualify for medical schools.
Pre Medical Definition:
Pre-medical program is a qualifying program for students who have completed their 12 years of schooling and lack 120 credits for entering into medical school. It contains subjects of basic sciences such as, Physics, Chemistry , Mathematics and English required for over-all development of the candidate. It would also include introduction to medical sciences such as, advanced biology, biochemistry and community medicine which would be followed on in the medical program providing the students a head start for their USMLE preparation.
BASIC SCIENCES PROGRAM IN CARIBBEAN
Basic Science program is designed to meet the health care needs of the society. Basic Medical Science program duration is of two years and with instructions at WUB campus in Barbados. During 5 trimesters, students will be introduced to fundamental knowledge and skills of Preclinical Medicine and USMLE Step I Course. The core subjects taught here are Physiology, Biochemistry, Medical Pathology and Anatomy.
CURRICULUM – MD, BASIC SCIENCES, CLINICAL SCIENCES
MD ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2017 – 2018
WUB aims at encouraging and preparing the students to clear all the steps of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). We provide an atmosphere where USMLE Qualified Doctors, working as faculty, will be providing their experience in preparing the students for USMLE and helping them in cracking each step of USMLE with ease.
With enormous amounts of experience and expertise in their fields, they also encourage the students to seek their residency position through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) with some of the most prestigious teaching hospitals and leading medical centers in the United State.