Curriculum At a Caribbean Medical School

Along with all the wonderful sun and sand, studying at a Caribbean medical school offers plenty of educational benefits as well. At Trinity School of Medicine, the curriculum in our Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is designed to transform students into talented, knowledgeable physicians and challenge them to learn and achieve all that they can.

Courses Included in Our Curriculum

The MD program at Trinity School of Medicine is a four-year program with the option for students expand the program over five years if they so desire. Over the course of this program, students can expect to attend challenging but rewarding courses such as Anatomy I, II, & III, Histology I & II, Medicine I, II, III, & IV, Pharmacology I & II, Microbiology and Immunology I & II, and Pathology I & II, as well as a wide range of other courses such as Behavioral Science, Neuroscience, Embryology, and numerous more.

After passing the NBME and USMLE exams, students at Trinity School of Medicine will enter into 48 weeks of clinical core clerkships and 27 weeks of electives. During these clinical clerkships, students will participate in the areas of medicine, surgery, pediatrics, family medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, and psychiatry. These clerkships enable students to learn first-hand the fundamentals required to become a talented physician in any specialty they choose to practice in.

Upon graduation, students who want to practice in the U.S. or Canada will register for the National Residency Match Program (NRMP) or the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) and begin two to five years of residency training.

A Curriculum that Enables You To Excel

A medical school’s curriculum is a large part of what helps set it apart from the competition, and at Trinity School of Medicine, our rigorous curriculum is second to none. We believe that in order to develop talented physicians who will go on to have a major impact in the field of medicine, you must first provide them with all of the skills and knowledge they need to excel, and we have designed our curriculum to do just that.

If you would like to learn more about the curriculum contained within the MD program at Trinity School of Medicine, we invite you to contact us today.