Clinical Preceptorship


Internship experience that allows for direct patient contact to evaluate, diagnose, monitor, treat, and educate patients under the direct supervision of a licensed medical practitioner in a family practice, internal medicine, or urgent care setting. A minimum of 48 hours/week is required; however, evening and weekend hours are expected. Experience in applying the knowledge learned in the didactic year to the clinical setting is essential to learning the practice of medicine. Placement options are determined by the program. 4 Credits (0 Lecture - 20 Internship) Prerequisite(s): PHA303 and PHA352 and PHA353 and PHA359 and PHA362 and PHA371 and PHA372 and PHA380.