UHSA’s School of Medicine and the University of Wolverhampton in England have partnered together to offer combined Biomedical Science/MD and BMEdSci/MD programs that lead to an accredited Medical Doctorate upon successful completion.

Students will study in human health and disease, molecular pathology, physiology, biostatistics, epidemiology, management, policy, behavioral and social aspects of disease biology and public health, environmental health, human biology and investigation of disease, providing a scientific and practical base for public health practice. Students must complete 30 weeks of electives, which can include: Family Practice, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Neurology, Anesthesiology, and Orthopedic Surgery. The electives allow students to further explore their interests and diversity their medical education. “The University of Wolverhampton is a global provider of education and we’re delighted to offer this pathway course in partnership with UHSA,” says Professor Ndy Ekere, Dean of the University of Wolverhampton’s Faculty of Science and Engineering. “We are committed to assisting our students become valuable assets to the healthcare profession and we see this course as a firm example of this commitment.” “The University of Wolverhampton is a global provider of entrepreneurial education. UHSA is the medical and nursing school to the world,” says Dr. Deborah Akande, UHSA Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.  “Together we are able to offer students with extraordinary options for continuing their education and becoming leaders in the health care workforce.” For more information or to start the application process, click here.