Want to get outside of the generic pre-med track? Interested in emergency medicine, humanitarian relief work, wilderness medicine, or global health? Come explore the great outdoors and learn from physicians who work around the world. Build your resume, network, and your travelougue. Academic course credit is now available.
Academic Credit Available
Our Colorado Pre-Med classes, taught by School of Medicine physicians and faculty, now offer optional academic credit (there is an additional tuition charge), on top of the long-standing Wilderness First Responder and CPR certifications, labs, lectures, ED shadowing, EMS ride alongs, etc., etc.
Scholarships & Discounts
We are now accepting applications for need-based scholarships for the January University of Colorado School of Medicine’s Emergency and Wilderness Medicine Pre-Med Class. See here to learn more about the course and to fill out an application. Deadline for scholarship application is Oct. 31. These scholarships cover 100% of University fees. In addition, there is a $150 early bird discount for enrollments by October 31 for non-scholarship students.
December Costa Rica Pre-Med 2017
There is also a $150 Early Bird Discount for the December Wilderness & Tropical Medicine class in Costa Rica for students enrolled by October 31st. More information here.
January Colorado Pre-Med 2018
Join the University of Colorado School of Medicine in January for our two week course offering undergraduate college students (and recent grads) a hands-on look into the fields of emergency and wilderness medicine. Including ambulance ride-alongs, Emergency Department shadowing, suturing, ultrasound, and cardiac dissection labs. Register before October 31st, 2017 to take advantage of a $150 discount. Learn more here.
Information from the University of Colorado Department of Emergency Medicine.