First year Einstein MSTP students take five courses designed specifically for MSTP students (listed below). In addition, they take three first year medical school courses: Immunology, Pharmacology and Renal Pathophysiology. Students also take ~5 graduate school classes based on their individual scientific interests. During the second year MSTP students take the medical school organ system courses that combine physiology, pathophysiology and pathology.
MSTP students must complete a total of 18 credits of graduate school courses. Students who have not completed these courses during the first year do so during their third year. Students entering with a Master's degree in a scientific discipline relevant to their thesis research are only required to take three graduate school classes.
Descriptions of these courses can be found below.
Below is a listing of the MSTP-specific courses.
- MSTP Histology
- MSTP Physiology
- MSTP Anatomy and Embryology
- MSTP Disease Mechanisms
Medical School Courses:
Find out more about medical school courses within the websites listed below.
Graduate Division Courses:
Find out more about graduate school and its courses within the websites listed below.