Students are expected to adhere to a schedule that will result in graduation within 4 years after matriculation. Requests for exception to this 4-year rule require approval by the Committee on Student Promotions. Standing exceptions include dual degree programs and research tracks approved by the Dean-level administrative officer whose portfolio includes student affairs. The Committee on Student Promotions' recommendations that involve/require extensions of the 4-year rule are de facto approval of the extension of time. (Am. 11/5/85; 12/31/94; 3/26/07, 11/19/10, 2/17/13, 8/28/15).

Refer to: School of Medicine Bylaws & Regulations (PDF) 60(A)1:
Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine for full text

Refer to: Graduation Requirements for Academic Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine

For M.D. Curriculum Expectations visit:
https://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/mdprogram/curriculum/courses/index.html
 
For Doctoring and Clinical Performance Exam Expectations visit: https://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/mdprogram/clinicalskills/index.html

Committee on Student Promotions (CSP)

The Committee on Student Promotions is a Standing Committee of the Faculty Senate.

Refer to: School of Medicine Bylaws & Regulations (PDF) Article 4.0 Section 4.225: Committee on Student Promotions

The CSP meets with all students brought before them for academic or professionalism difficulties in accord with the UC Davis School of Medicine Bylaws & Regulations.

Please see https://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/mdprogram/medicalstudentpolicies/csp/CSP-contentpage.html for additional information.

Evaluation of Student Performance

The Committee on Student Promotions shall ensure the formulation and application of effective procedures for the evaluation of student performance, which is defined to include both academic achievement and professional competence, as stated in Regulation 70 (A).

Refer to: School of Medicine Bylaws & Regulations (PDF) Section 4.225:42252-422531: Committee on Student Promotions: Duties and Responsibilities

Remediation Pathways

The purpose of remediation is to assist the student with meeting the academic and/or professional requirements for satisfactory progress in the curriculum. Students must follow the remediation approved by the Committee on Student Promotions in conjunction with IOR input.

Refer to full text: Remediation Pathways (PDF)

Refer to: School of Medicine Bylaws & Regulations (PDF) Section 80 (A): Remediation