Academic Departments

Medical School

The MCW Medical School provides an educational experience that helps students discover their potential and true calling in medicine – whether that’s caring directly for patients, uncovering more effective ways to treat disease and injury, or joining physician educators in teaching the next generation of doctors and scientists.

Graduate Medical Education

Residencies and Fellowships are administered through MCWAH (Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Inc.) MCWAH offers over 100 residency and fellowship programs, employing housestaff and providing stipends and fringe benefits while enrolled in programs of graduate medical and dental education.

Graduate School

The MCW Graduate School offers an education tested daily in the classroom and laboratories and also in the very environment where research is applied to improve the overall quality of human life. This academic environment is a place where questions are investigated everyday from all angles with support and resources from some of the best mentors in the field.

Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences

Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences - PhD trainees participate in a core curriculum that integrates molecular, cellular, genetic, and biochemical material.

MCW Advanced Practice Providers

Advance Practice Providers work collaboratively with physicians to improve patient access ensuring timely, relevant, and high quality care.

Medical Scientist Training Program

Learn how the Medical Scientist Training Program supports clinical and research training and leads to the combined MD/PhD degree.

MPH Program

Explore what the Master of Public Health program offers: MPH degree and certificates in Public Health, Community Health Assessment and Planning, and Population Health Management. All courses are offered online.

Neuroscience Doctoral Program

The Neuroscience Doctoral Program (NDP) of the Medical College of Wisconsin is an exciting, rigorous and innovative PhD research program that provides highly motivated students from around the world with first-class training in Neuroscience Research.

Office of Continuing and Professional Education

The Office of Continuing and Professional Education (OCPE) provides opportunities for professional development in variety of clinical and non-clinical areas using live, recorded, electronic and print formats.

PhD Program in Public & Community Health

MCW's Institute for Health and Society offers the only PhD Program of its kind in Wisconsin and one of very few nation-wide with the purpose of transforming the research paradigm in public and community health by integrating the rigors of traditional public health sciences with the essential components of community health improvement through participation and partnership. Medical College of Wisconsin's PhD Program in Public and Community Health focuses on the increasing trend of public health research to move toward community-based interventions.

STAR Center

The Standardized Teaching Assessment Resource Center provides a controlled environment where students, residents, physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals can practice their clinical skills using standardized (or actor) patients, medical simulators and task trainers under the direction of MCW faculty and staff.