ECU Brody School of Medicine Summer Program for Future Doctors
The Summer Program for Future Doctors is an intensive educational program that allows participants to experience the pedagogical style and demands of the medical school curriculum. There are two components. One is aimed at premedical or undergraduate students. The second is geared toward medical students who have already been accepted to the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University for the following fall semester.
Science Enrichment Program (SEP)
The SEP Program is an eight-week, honors-level enrichment program for disadvantaged undergraduate students (rising sophomores and juniors) who seek admissions into graduate/health professional programs. It is operated each summer by the North Carolina Health Careers Access Program (HCAP) on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Medical Education Development (MED)
The Medical Education Development (MED) Program was established in 1974 and is designed to increase opportunities in the health professions for individuals who demonstrate educational promise and commitment to a health career but who have lacked the opportunity to pursue their professional goals. The program offers a structured summer curriculum at the level of professional education to increase the ability of advanced pre-professional candidates, especially those who are disadvantaged, to compete successfully for admission to health professional schools. It is sponsored by the UNC-CH Schools of Medicine and Dentistry and the State of North Carolina.