Medical students with a special area of interest may elect to participate in a track. Tracks provide additional opportunities to enhance learning and practice for students through special lectures, tailored clinical and research experiences, and sponsored mentored projects. Students will have knowledge and level appropriate responsibilities in each of the four years of medical school. To see the requirements for application and what each track entails see below.
Colorado Urban Underserved Interprofessional Health Training and Education (CU-UNITE)
The track will provide the skills and support needed for future health care providers serving those urban populations.
Global Health Track
International medicine with classroom and global experiences.
Leadership, Education and Advocacy Development Scholarship (LEADS)
Emphasizing the social, cultural & economic antecedents of health and illness and provide our health profession students with the vision and skills to work effectively in their communities to promote health.
Providing students with in-depth long-term exposure to research.
Giving students a broad and rich experience in Rural medicine.
Women's Care Track
Medical students will learn to address their patients’ gender based health needs throughout their careers, no matter the specialty they select.