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Optional Enrichment Electives (OEE)

Optional Enrichment Electives (OEE's) are elective courses designed by students according to established criteria, overseen by faculty, and approved by a subcommittee of the School of Medicine Elective Curriculum Committee. OEE’s generally span one semester and many are interprofessional. While no formal credit is accrued for participation, OEE's are listed on the transcript in order to demonstrate successful completion of requirements.

of note: The School of Medicine has four unique pathways to support students after matriculation. Each has its own process of admissions, as well as its own curriculum and requirements. Pathways follows separate processes than OEEs for admission requests, enrollment, and grade submission. Questions should be directed to individual Pathway leadership.

updated MAY 18 2022 | cjb