Master of Science in Community Engaged Medicine
Students will pursue a 9-month clinical experience with underserved populations and prepare for professional examinations (MCAT, DAT and GRE) through a Furman-specific relationship with Kaplan.Request Information
The 12 month/34 credit Master of Science provides:
An advanced understanding of science and population health related to disparities between growing medical needs and resources within communities
Patient-based case studies and primary literature used throughout the curriculum
Implicit Bias & Community Engagement Training prepares students for and supports them in their field experiences
An academic record for students pursuing medical school, dental school and other health-related professional programs and careers
Small classes of 15-20 students that ensure individualized attention and high-impact learning experiences
An integrated 9-month clinical experience in underserved communities with partner organizations such as: Prisma Health, FoodShare, Project Hope, and Greenville Free Medical Clinic.
Kaplan preparation for professional examinations (MCAT, DAT, GRE) included in tuition
Professional advising and support toward academic and career goals
Office of Pre-Professional Advising through Furman University
Student Success Service through University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville
Impacting Community Health
Students of the Master of Science in Community Engaged Medicine discuss their experiences learning and working in the community in roles seeking to address disparities in community health.
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