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MD Program - Forward Curriculum

The Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health strives to engage students in a learning process that will help them become highly competent and compassionate physicians who promote health and have a lifelong thirst for learning.


This is an exciting time for our school as we embark on our ForWard Curriculum - a new model that fully integrates basic, public health and clinical sciences throughout our students' education to improve learning and better prepare students for careers in medicine - in the clinic, in the community and beyond.


The School of Medicine and Public Health is committed to addressing society's evolving health care needs, and we offer programs specifically aimed at reducing disparities among underserved populations - the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine (WARM) and Training in Urban in Medicine and Public Health (TRIUMPH). We also offer dual-degree programs, including a Doctor of Medicine/Master of Public Health (MD-MPH) Program for students interested in public health, and a Medical Scientist Training Program (MD-PhD) for students interested in a career as a physician-scientist.

Explore Our Doctor of Medicine (MD) Curriculum


medical students

ForWard Curriculum
(Entering Class of 2016 and Beyond)

WARM student

Legacy Curriculum
(Entering Class of 2015 and Earlier)

MD Program

Last updated: 05/03/2017
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