Sidney Kimmel Medical College (SKMC) offers many program options for entering our community and obtaining your degree. The programs listed here are only some of the pathways to enrollment. The majority of our programs can be found within our Departments.
Our students provide patient care, lead research discovery, advocate for basic and translational research and assume leadership roles in biomedical research and the delivery of health care.
An admissions and educational program designed to increase the supply and retention of physicians in rural areas and small towns, especially in Pennsylvania and Delaware.
This program, known as DIMER, provides an opportunity for Delaware residents to obtain a high-quality medical education, rather than attending a state-supported medical school.
An educational collaboration between the University of Delaware and Sidney Kimmel Medical College, which links college to medical school with an early admission process for qualified students.
A joint five-year MD/MBA (and MHA) program is offered in collaboration with Widener. This joint MD/MBA-MHA program is under the direction of the Jefferson College of Population Health.
In conjunction with the Jefferson College of Population Health, medical students have the opportunity to earn the master of public health (MPH) degree as part of their SKMC education.
As healthcare strives to connect an expanding pool of patients to their health care providers, Telehealth is poised for massive growth. Fellows will become leaders in telehealth practice, education and research.