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Fourth-Year Electives

  • UMSoM 4th year rotations are four weeks in length.
  • Students may be allowed to participate in 3-week electives (on our campus or at an off-campus site) if scheduling conflicts arise between our academic calendar and the calendar of other schools. These electives must include at least 15 working days over the 3 week period in order to count toward our graduation requirements.
  • Electives must be at least 3 consecutive weeks in length and on the same rotation/elective in order to receive credit toward graduation. Students may not combine 2, 2-week rotations on different rotations/electives at the same institution and receive graduation credit.
  • Two-week experiences will show on your transcript as an AU=Audited course and will not count toward graduation credit at all.
  • All out of catalog experiences require an Off-Campus Form to be completed by the student, signed by UMB Faculty and returned to along with confirmation of acceptance from the visiting institution.

Drop/Add Forms and Instructions

Add/Drop and Off Campus and International Process
Use this document to help guide you in creating your schedule.

Course Add/Drop Form
You must complete this form when making any schedule changes in your fourth year.

Departmental Contacts for Fourth Years
This link contains the contact information for all departmental administrators.

Students: Send your drop/add or off-campus forms to the administrator on the elective, NOT the faculty member.

Out of Catalog Elective Forms and Instructions

International Electives

If you are interested in an international elective, please visit our OSA Global Health Page, as well as the UMB Global Hub site.


Main Training Sites

  1. University of Maryland Medical Center: The University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) is the heart of the University of Maryland Medical System's downtown campus. The hospital provides comprehensive care for the West Baltimore community and tertiary care for Maryland and the surrounding area. The hospital has more intensive care beds than any other hospital in Maryland. University of Maryland Medical Center is the principal clinical site for graduate medical education and the University of Maryland School of Medicine provides the faculty and the program director.
  2. Baltimore VA Medical Center: The Baltimore VA Medical Center is the acute medical and surgical care facility for the VA Maryland Health Care System and offers a full range of inpatient, outpatient, and primary care services. Located next to the University of Maryland Medical Center with a walkway connecting the two facilities, the medical center maintains an active affiliation with the University in the sharing of staff, resources, and technology.
  3. R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center: The R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center provides the highest level of trauma care, treating more that 7,000 critically ill and injured patients. The Shock Trauma Center is the designated statewide referral center for head and spinal injuries, multi-system trauma, and severe orthopaedic injuries.

Off-Campus Affiliate Hospitals

Please note, affiliate hospitals may have additional requirements for elective rotations. Students are encouraged to discuss application requirements with the designated contact person.

  1. Mercy Medical Center  
  2. St. Agnes Hospital 
  3. University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute 
  4. UMMC Midtown Campus 
  5. Sheppard Pratt Health System 
  6. The Maryland Psychiatric Research Center (MPRC) 


Last Revision: 9/5/19