Pre-Medical Program

Program Description:

The Pre-med program is designed for students who have completed secondary school in theScience stream and who require the relevant pre-requisites in science, mathematics and general education courses to gain entry into the Doctor of Medicine respectively. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be prepared to meet the entrance requirements of their chosen health care fields



Anatomy and Physiology l 4
Introduction to Psychology 3
Inorganic Chemistry 4
English I- Composition
and Rhetoric
MathI- College Algebra 3
Health Informatics 4
Physics l 3
Medical Terminology 2
Inorganic Chemistry 4
Anatomy and
Physiology II
Introduction to Sociology 3
Public Speaking 2
English ll-Composition
and Rhetoric
Legal Ethics 2
Math II-Probability
and Statistics
Physics ll 3
Organic Chemistry 6



105 Research 18 (10 Submits)
106 Community Heath Projects 18 (10 Submits)
107 Nursing Skills 16
108 External Certification
Based ProgramBLS,ALS & CPR

Students must have 90 credits in order for them to enrol MD program



Introduction to Anatomy 5
Introduction to Physiology 5
Introduction to Microbiology
and Immunology
Introduction to Cell Biology
and Histology
Calculus and Trigonometry 4
Introduction to Embryology 4
Physical Assessment 2
Research Methods for
Public Health

Basic Medical Science(Pre-Clinicals)


Doctor of Medicine program is derived mainly from the American Medical Education System. The program is structured in two phases- Phase l Basic Medical Science and Phase ll Clinical Clerkship.
At BE Group, a solid science foundation is essential for the Basic Medical Sciences. Students are required to complete about 137 credit hours of course work in five (5) semesters of 16 weeks.
In the Clinical Clerkship program, there is an emphasis on preparing students for practise in hospital and ambulatory settings. BE Group has developed innovative ways to teach medical Students the clinical skills they will need to function as a physician. The core clinical clerkship includes 44 weeks of family medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine, Obstetrics & gynecology, Surgery and psychiatry, with 28-week electives in various departments in hospital settings.
The Basic Medical Science courses are presented in lecture format and power point presentations, combined with laboratory exposure to allow for visual reintorcement and development of analytical skills.
BE Group requires students to pass the NBME Comprehensive Basic Science Exam before proceeding with the Clinical Clerkship. The strong preparation provided by the Basic Medical Science supports the student in achieving this important transition

Following is an outline of courses offered as part of the Basic Sciences Program.

Course Number and Title


Gross Anatomy
& Embryology
Histology& Cell Biology 7
Biochemistry & Genetics 10
Medical Physiology 10
Epidemiology & Preventive
Behavioral Science 6
Medical & Legal Ethics 4
Microbiology& Immunology 10
Neuroscience 8
Pathology l 10
Pharmacology 10
Pathology ll 10
Physical Diagnosis 8
Introduction To
Clinical Medicine
Board Review 10
Total Number of
Credit Hours


Clinical Rotations/Clerkships

For the Student to be eligible for the clinical rotations he/she must have successfully completed the Com-prehensive Basic Medical Science Examination conducted by the National Board for Medical Educaton (NBME) at the end of the 5th Semester of the Basic Medical Science program.

Clinical Rotations

The Clinical program falls in the third and fourth year of medical education. The clinical rotations are performed at hospitals in the United States. The program in USA is conducted at ACGME affiliated teaching hospitals through our clinical administration office located in Atlanta Medical Center.

These clinical facilities are state-of- art teaching hospitals under green book category. These facilities provide the student with superior clinical exposure that will ensure better career options. To undergo the Clinical Clerkship Program in USA, a student should complete Basic Medical Science Program along with USMLE STEP 1.

The clinical program allows such integration to be possible. Students are encouraged to use their knowledge and skills creatively, whether it concerns the human body in health or disease. The prevention of disease and the promotion of good health are considered important aspects in educating a well-rounded physician

Mandatory Core Rotations 44 weeks
Internal Medicine 12 weeks
General Surgery 8 weeks
Family Medicine 6 weeks
Obstetrics/Gynecology 6 weeks
Pediatrics 6 weeks
Psychiatry 6 weeks
Electives 28 weeks
Neurology Dermatology
Cardiology Oncology
Anesthesiology Gastroenterology
Emergency Medicine Neurosurgery
Nephrology Endocrinology
Radiology Infectious
Description of the Mandatory
Core Rotations Internal
Medicine Duration
12 weeks

In this rotation, students learn the steps necessary for proper diagnosis and treatment of actual patients. Students learn how to complete medical, personal and family histories to do a diagnostic "workup" and to develop a plan for managing a patient's care.They participate in clinical conferences where they learn to report their findings and logical conclusions
General Surgery Duration: 8 weeks.
In this course of the Surgery rotation, students learn about conditions requiring surgical intervention and have opportunities to observe how surgical patient's are managed. In the process, they become familiar with policies and procedure followed in the operating room. Family Medicine Duration:6 weeks

Duing this rotation students begin to understand the role of a family practitioner.They acquire the basics skills and knowledge required to care for patients of all ages. They are exposed to both inpatient and outpatient activities. They understand how a patient enters the health care delivery system, as well as the progress through it. This experience prepares the student for the role in patient management and coordination of health care for the individual and for the family unit.

Obstetrics and Gynecology Duration: 6 weeks

During the rotation, students learn about the changes that take place during pregnancy, and the postpartum period, both normal and pathologic. They also become famillar with diagnosis and treatment of family gynecological diseases and various methods of family planning.

Pediatrics Duration: 6 weeks

This rotation focuses on the issues unique to childhood and adolescence. Emphasis is placed on the impact of family, community, and society on child health and well-being.The role of the pediatrician in prevention of disease and injury, and the impact of disease and its treatment on the developing human.

Psychiatry Duration: 6 weeks.

In a primarily institutional setting, the student will learn about the major psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia, affective and anxiety disorders. Special emphasis will be placed on the difference between organic and functional mental illnesses through taking a proper psychiatric history and performing a mental status examination. Evaluation of Clinical Rotation.
Clinical faculty members (Preceptors) evaluate the student's performance in each rotation. The students are under close and frequent observation by the preceptors with special reference to personal and professional attitudes, appearance, knowledge and performance.

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