Vermont Integrated Curriculum

Level 3 - Advanced Integration

Level 3 provides students with additional responsibilities for patient care including two acting internships, a surgical subspecialty rotation, and clinical and/or non-clinical electives. Students also fulfill a requirement for scholarly work in teaching or research.

Level 3: Advanced Integration
MarAprMayJunJul
Y E A R   3
Acting Internship in Internal MedicineSurgical SubspecialtiesEmergency MedicineSelective
Level 3: Advanced Integration 
JulyAugSeptOctNovDecJan FebMarAprMay
Y E A R   4
USLME Step 2 Exams Preparation & CompletionSelective (*)VacationTeaching Practicum or Scholarly ProjectActing InternshipInterview/Vacation(S*)(S*)(S*)(S*)Transitions & Presentations

Graduation

Highlights of Level 3 - Advanced Integration

  • Additional time for Career Exploration - Early board exams allow more time to explore different clinical rotations before making the decision to focus on a specialty.
  • Teaching & Research - provide students with basic skills in teaching and evaluation in a "coached" environment, to revisit foundation sciences by teaching or scholarly activity and to reinforce longitudinal integration in the VIC by revisiting foundation sciences with clinical perspectives.