The University of Iowa College of Medicine has nationally recognized programs in family medicine, rural medicine, audiology, and physical therapy, among many others. The college has more than 700 full-time faculty members and offers clinical educational opportunities through its affiliation with one of the nation's best teaching hospitals, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
College Website: Carver College of Medicine
Students interested in the professional MD degree should apply directly to the Carver College of Medicine.
Master in Medical Education program
The Carver College of Medicine also offers a Master in Medical Education.
Graduate programs in medicine
Students interested in these graduate programs should apply to the Graduate College and meet the admission requirements of the academic program offering the instruction.
- Anatomy & Cell Biology (PhD)
- Biochemistry (MS or PhD)
- Biosciences Program (PhD)
- Free Radical & Radiation Biology Program (MS or PhD)
- Genetics (PhD)
- Human Toxicology (PhD)
- Immunology (PhD)
- Informatics (MS or PhD)
- Microbiology (PhD)
- Molecular & Cellular Biology (PhD)
- Molecular Physiology & Biophysics (MS or PhD)
- Neuroscience (PhD)
- Pathology (MS)
- Pharmacology (PhD)
- Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science (PhD)
- Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Physician Assistant (MPA)
- Translational Biomedicine (MS or PhD)
Combined degree programs
Consider combining your MD with another advanced degree. Iowa has several programs allowing graduate students to earn two degrees at the same time.