Med School Students

Courses offering educational opportunities exclusive to University of Colorado School of Medicine students, designed to expand on the student’s current level of training.









Med School Students

Courses offering educational opportunities exclusive to University of Colorado School of Medicine students, designed to expand on the student’s current level of training.

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Wilderness Advanced First Aid: EMED: 6631

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Introduction to Wilderness Medicine: EMED 6624

Costa Rica CME

Costa Rica Advanced Wilderness Life Support (AWLS)

climate medicine course at university of Colorado

Climate Medicine: EMED 8010

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Advanced Wilderness Medicine: EMED 8031

FAQs

You can expect to pay $2,400 for most of our Pre-Med courses held in Colorado and Costa Rica. We do offer opportunities for scholarships for some of our Pre-Med/Pre-Health courses for students with demonstrated financial support needed.

For our Pre-Med/Pre-Health and General Public courses, we require students to be over 18 years old. Other than that, we try to build these courses so anyone can benefit from them — you do not need to be a University of Colorado student, a Colorado resident, or even a US resident to attend.

While some of our courses happen mostly in the classroom, we do have hands-on segments that require things like bending, lifting, crouching, standing, etc. Other classes with higher ratings, 2 and above, may include hikes that require more physical effort.

With the Pre-Med/Pre-Health classes, you’ll get a backstage pass to the admissions process for medical school. You’ll also hear from established University of Colorado faculty members who take time to share their experiences and tips from their careers in medicine. You’ll learn leadership skills along with valuable hands-on skills you won’t typically learn in a traditional classroom.