Our program accepts 25 students annually.
The program is designed for clinical embryologists and andrologists, physicians and others involved in the practice of assisted reproductive technology.
Eastern Virginia Medical School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the Doctor of Medicine degree, master's degrees, doctoral degrees and certificates. See our accreditation statement for more information.
The program is completely online except students must attend two residential courses at Eastern Virginia Medical School's campus in Norfolk, Va. First-year students' five-day session is in the third week of July; second-year students take their seven-day course in the third week of June.
Courses are taught by experienced basic science and clinical faculty using the Blackboard learning platform. Lectures are typically either streamed or voiced over PowerPoint presentations.
We estimate that you will need to dedicate at least 20 to 25 hours every week to reviewing lecture materials, reading textbooks and working on projects.
Yes, this program is available outside the U.S. and may be considered an international program.
No, they are not interchangeable. You must pass either the TOEFL or the ILETS to be admitted to EVMS.
Not at this time.