The goals of the medical curriculum at Chicago are two-fold:

1. to graduate beginning physicians who have mastered the knowledge, acquired the skills, developed the attitudes, and adopted the professional behavior and commitment to lifelong learning necessary to begin the graduate portion of their study of medicine in the discipline of their choice; and

2. to enable students to learn the arts and sciences of medicine that are basic to any career path open to the medical profession. 


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