Undergraduate Medical Education


  • Center City Campus
  • Sidney Kimmel Medical College

Degree Earned

  • Medical Doctor

Program Length

45 months

Program Type

  • On Campus

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Additional Education Programs

  • MD/PhD Program - 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.
  • Postbaccalaureate/Pre-Health Program - Programs for students who have a Baccalaureate degree, but need to complete additional course work to meet the prerequisites for entry into medical school.
  • Physician Shortage Area Program - 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.
  • Penn State Accelerated BS/MD Program - A seven-year, cooperative BS/MD program, run by Sidney Kimmel Medical College and Pennsylvania State University.
  • IDeA Program - This Program invites Princeton University students pursuing non-traditional pre-med majors or concentrations to apply for early admission to SKMC.
  • Delaware Institute of Medical Education & Research Program - 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.
  • University of Delaware Medical Scholars Program - 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.
  • Joint MD/MBA-MHA Program - A joint five-year MD/MBA (and MHA) program is offered in collaboration with Widener. An additional MD/MBA opportunity is available through the University of Delaware at its main campus. These joint MD/MBA-MHA programs are under the direction of the Jefferson College of Population Health.
  • Dual MD/MPH Program - 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.