The Medical College of Georgia curriculum is continually reviewed and experiencing evolutionary change as MCG continues to graduate well-educated physicians in the era of health care reform.

Students in Anatomy Lab
Medical Students in Class
Dr. Brands talking to Students


The curriculum is broad-based and designed to foster the attitudes, behaviors, knowledge, and skills necessary to succeed in any field of medicine. While Medical College of Georgia graduates are well-prepared for any field of postgraduate study, 30-40 percent of MCG graduates practice primary care.

The curriculum will evolve as the Medical College of Georgia increases early clinical experiences for students, emphasizes self-motivated learning, and strives to integrate the basic and clinical sciences.

For more detailed information, please refer to the Curriculum Office.