Welcome to the Sophie Davis Biomedical Education Program at the CUNY School of Medicine Virtual Front Desk
We at the CUNY School of Medicine (CSOM) pride ourselves on going above and beyond for our students and potential students. Our admissions teams are readily available to speak with you to discuss all of your questions and concerns. In light of the current global pandemic, we have made adjustments to how we are meeting with students. We welcome all potential students to schedule a virtual information session with our admissions team. We have the following times available to discuss opportunities available to potential students.
Click here to schedule your session for January 13, 2021, at 10:00 am.
Click here to schedule your session for January 14, 2021, at 4:00 pm.
More information sessions to follow. Should you wish to schedule an information session not listed above, please contact our admissions office.
The Sophie Davis/CUNY School of Medicine online application for Fall 2021 is now closed. The deadline for submission was December 30, 2020.
Please note, due to COVID-19, the university has implemented a temporary suspension of standardized admissions testing requirements, and therefore the ACT and SAT will not be considered for Fall 2021 admission.
Due to COVID-19, the Admissions Office staff is working remotely. Please send all supporting documents to Sdcsom@med.cuny.edu
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Why the Sophie Davis Biomedical Education Program at the CUNY School of Medicine BS/MD Program?
The BS/MD 7-year program is designed as an integrated curriculum in medical studies. During the first three-years of the program, students fulfill all requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree. After successfully completing the three-year sequence, students transfer into the CUNY School of Medicine to complete the four years of medical school. The Bachelor of Science degree and the MD degree will each be conferred by The City College Of New York.
There is a continuing shortage of primary care physicians in our nation, creating an urgent need for more family practitioners, general internists, pediatricians, and obstetrician/gynecologists in many communities. The shortage of African-American and Hispanic/Latinx primary care physicians and of primary care physicians in inner city areas is particularly acute. Read more....