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Medicine, M.D.

School of Medicine Greenville

Embrace a deliberately different medical education. Start with an immersive EMT program your first week, and advance through an innovative program that will prepare you for a residency that matches your passions.

Learn by using the latest clinical, information and simulation technology, and develop the leadership, clinical and interpersonal skills essential to delivering world-class, patient-focused health care. At the SOMG, you'll be taught by experienced biomedical educators and clinical faculty members from Prisma Health.

Program Highlights

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    First in the Nation

    Benefit from the nation's first program to include EMT training in the first year and integrated lifestyle medicine through all four years.

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    An Apple School

    Study at an Apple Distinguished School with intentional integration of technology in its classroom and clinical environments.

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    Clinical Skills

    Build clinical skills with hands-on EMT training and service and small-group work with a dedicated clinical faculty member.

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    Lifestyle Medicine

    Study key aspects of lifestyle medicine: nutrition, exercise and other behaviors that affect chronic, but often preventable, conditions.

What You’ll Study

Each year focuses on a different aspect of medical education. You'll begin with hands-on EMT training and foundational studies, continue learning through an organ-system based approach, gain the skills to become an active member of a health care delivery team and finally identify a residency program and choose rotations from a specialty-specific track.

Building Skills

Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.

  • Critical Thinking

    Analyzing and evaluating information to make informed decisions or judgments

    Cultural Awareness

    Learning about and respecting diverse cultures and beliefs


    Understanding and sharing the feelings of others, and demonstrating compassion and support

  • Laboratory Research

    Conducting experiments and analyzing data to gain new knowledge and insights in a scientific field

    Medical Terminology

    Understanding and using specialized language and vocabulary in health care settings

    Problem Solving

    Identifying, analyzing and resolving problems or challenges using creative and effective strategies

Using your degree

Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.

Potential Careers

  • General Practitioner
  • Surgeon
  • Neurologist
  • OB/GYN
  • Pediatrician
  • Psychiatrist

Workplace Settings

  • Health Care
  • Medical Research
  • Education

Being a part of medicine is a privilege rather than a calling. A privilege in which you get to see humanity on its most raw level no matter what field you go into.

Kyle Duke
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