Spartan Health Sciences University is an accredited University with over 37 years of academic excellence in medical education. Earn a Degree in Medicine from Spartan and get licensed to practice in the United States, Canada, Caribbean and the other parts of world.
Join Spartan family of over 2300 Graduates practicing in over 25 Countries Worldwide and more than 44 States in the USA. Spartan provides quality education for an affordable tuition with small Class sizes fostering a practical, interactive rich learning experience and clinical competency by highly qualified and dedicated Professors.
Spartan follows one-to-one, Professor – student assistance with 1 to 10 faculty to student ratio. Spartan offers student-to-student academic assistance (SMART Program). Spartan encourages and supports Community outreach programs led by student organizations which further enhance your Professional development.
Adequate preparation for US licensing examinations. Your success is our goal.
A very diverse student population. (Cross – cultural, ethnic and religion)
A relaxing, tranquil and secure learning environment.
High USMLE Success rate / Standardized Patients (SPs) / Simulation Laboratory for development of Clinical Skills.
Two years ACGME Approved Green Book Clinical Rotations in USA.
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The MD Program
The five trimesters of the Basic Science program is an integrated presentation of the following:
Basic medical sciences include Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Behavioral Sciences, Pharmacology, and Pathology.
Pre- clinical didactics include General Introduction to Medicine and Physical Diagnosis. Didactic lectures in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Obstetrics/Gynecology and Surgery.
A bridging curriculum is introduced for integration of Basic Sciences into Clinical Sciences.
The Clinical Science program consist of four (4) trimesters and is committed to broad exposure in the major clinical disciplines of Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Psychiatry.
Organ system review of the basic sciences in the fifth trimester will prepare students to meet the challenges facing modern medical education.
All students are required to demonstrate competency in the basic medical sciences before being permitted to begin clinical rotations. Competency is assessed from the University administered and required Comprehensive Exit Examination at the end of Basic Sciences program and passing the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1.
No student will be eligible for graduation until all academic requirements and financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled.