School of Medicine Admissions
The MD Program at OHSU presents a four-year curriculum that balances emphasis on the scientific basis of medicine with early clinical experience.The Admissions Committee seeks students who have demonstrated academic excellence and readiness for the profession of medicine and who will contribute to the diversity necessary to enhance the medical education of all students.
OHSU offers an outstanding opportunity for graduate studies in the biomedical sciences. Over the last decade there has been a tremendous expansion of research programs at OHSU. The vigorous research programs and cutting edge research environment have created a unique opportunity for graduate education.
Physician Assistant Program
The OHSU PA Program is a 26-month, full-time course of study leading to a Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree. A class of 36 students is accepted each year with classes starting in June. The didactic phase of the Program is 12 months; the clinical phase encompasses the final 14 months. More information about the program can be found at the PA Program website.
Combined Degree Programs
The OHSU M.D./Ph.D. Program invites applications from individuals wishing to pursue careers as physician-scientists. Applicants should have a strong academic record, solid performance on the MCAT, prior research experience, outstanding letters of reference, and evidence of a firm commitment to a career in science and medicine. The Graduate Record Examination is not required.
Applicants to this program must complete the OHSU MD Admissions Secondary Application as an MD/PhD applicant.
The MD/MPH joint degree program is part of the Biostatistics & Epidemiology Track of the OregonMPH program, and is designed for prospective students considering a clinical career in a population-based practice or a career in research, policy, or programs that would be enhanced by a degree in public health.
Applicants to this program must complete the OHSU MD Admissions Secondary Application as an MD/MPH applicant.
Each year, two to three students will be selected for the Oral/Maxillofacial surgery /M.D. Program and will enter into the second year of medical school. This selection will be made by the Admissions Committee based on the recommendation of the Director of the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery/ M.D. Program. The requirements for students in this program are available through the Office of Education and Student Affairs. Applications are process through the School of Dentistry Admissions.