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BASIC SCIENCE PROGRAM

The basic science program is a 75-week program divided into 5 semesters.


MD1 - MD5 semesters are taught in Antigua.


The goal of the program is to provide strong foundational knowledge in the field of medicine so that the students can build on it during their clinical science program.


Integrative approach, clinical case study analysis, small-group discussions, research projects, individualized academic support with one-on-one tutoring, and exam performance analysis are hallmarks of the learning experience at Metropolitan University College of Medicine.

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COURSES

Here to Educate and Challenge

GROSS ANATOMY, EMBRYOLOGY, AND HISTOLOGY

Taught during the first semester

CELL BIOLOGY

Taught during the first semester

MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY

Taught during the second semester

MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY and MOLECULAR GENETICS

Taught during second semester of basic science program

NEUROSCIENCE

Taught during second semester of basic science program

MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY

Taught during third semester of basic science program

IMMUNOLOGY

Taught during third semester of basic science program

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE, MEDICAL ETHICS, and EPIDEMIOLOGY

Taught during third semesters of basic science program

PATHOLOGY

Taught during third and fourth semester of basic science program

PHARMACOLOGY

Taught during fourth semester of basic science program

FOUNDATIONS OF CLINICAL MEDICINE

Taught in all semesters of basic science program

CLINICAL CORRELATIONS

Taught during fifth semester (Preclincial semester) of basic science program

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY / REVIEW OF SYSTEMS

Taught during fifth semester (Preclincial semester) of basic science program