Coursework at Harvard-MIT

24 May 2018 » James Diao » Boston, MA

Although I haven’t actually taken many classes at HMS yet, the fixed course schedule of medical school means I have a pretty good idea what to expect. There’s less diversity than in undergrad, but I’m very excited to focus in on medicine. I’m especially excited about some of HST’s unique science/engineering offerings, such as medical imaging and informatics.

M1 Summer HST 015 MATLAB for Medicine HST 190
Intro to Biostatistics
IN 555
Intro to the Profession
Fall HST 010 Human Functional Anatomy HST 030
Human Pathology
HST 146 Biochemistry & Metabolism HST 160
Medical Genetics
HST 162 Molecular Diagnostics & Bioinformatics HST 175 Cellular & Molecular Immunology
Winter PWY 110 Essentials of the Profession HST 164 Biomedical Imaging HST 020 Musculoskeletal Pathophysiology
Spring IN 590
Healthcare Management
HST 060 Endocrinology HST 080 Hematology HST 090 Cardiovascular Pathophysiology HST 100 Respiratory Pathophysiology HST 110
Renal Pathophysiology
M2 Fall HST 040 Microbial
HST 070 Reproductive Biology HST 120 Gastroenterology HST 130 Neuroscience HST 312
Clinical Reasoning through
Clinical Pathologic Conferences
Spring HST 150 Pharmacology HST 194 Clinical Epidemiology HST 200
Intro to Clinical Medicine
PS 700 Psychopathology
M3 Year Principal Clinical Experience and Core Clerkships
(Medicine, Neurology, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Primary Care, Psychiatry, Radiology, Surgery)
M4 Year Advanced Clinical and Science Electives
(Clinical and Course Electives, Sub-Internships, Research)

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