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Non-Degree Programs

Find Your Future in Health Science

Gain more experience through a range of programs.

As you plan your future and continue to explore your passion for science and medicine, consider one of the non-degree programs offered by the University of Michigan Medical School.

Non-degree programs offer learning opportunities to undergraduate students, postbaccalaureate applicants and learners currently enrolled in degree-granting graduate programs at the University of Michigan.

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If you're considering medicine as a new career, this program will start you on the path.

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Gain more experience after your baccalaureate degree as you consider a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. program.

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Summer undergraduate research experiences offer students the opportunity to participate in exciting projects, mentored by and working side-by-side with some of the brightest minds in science.

Open to all masters and doctoral students enrolled in graduate degree-granting programs at the University of Michigan.