TUCSON – The University of Arizona College of Medicine is relaunching its Pre-Medical Admissions Pathway (P-MAP) program, which was initially introduced in 2014.
Students that complete the program will earn a master’s in cellular and molecular medicine from the UA and will automatically get accepted to the College of Medicine of Tucson.
The updates of the P-MAP curriculum will help students prepare for medical school, according to the UA College of Medicine.
“The rigorous master’s degree program emphasizes academic support, clinical experiences and professional development,” according to a statement from UA. “Over the year, students work with a dedicated learning specialist and obtain one-on-one clinical experiences in various health-care settings.”
For more information, visit medicine.arizona.edu.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was written by News 4 Tucson’s Meleny Gradillas.