The UCF College of Medicine aspires to become the nation’s premier 21st medical school, a national leader in medical education, research, patient care and service. The medical school matriculated its charter class in 2009 and has full accreditation as seen on the LCME directory. UCF’s M.D. Program allows students to prepare for careers in every discipline of medicine and to focus on an individualized area of study or research.

In addition to the individualized program, the basic sciences are integrated with the clinical sciences where each student can choose to train in many of the major specialty hospitals in the Orlando area and throughout Florida. Training in both mock and live patient situations is part of the program from day one.

The UCF College of Medicine consists of the M.D. Program and academic degrees within the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences. The college also has a joint M.D.-Ph.D. degree for students interested in becoming physician-scientists. For information and admissions to Ph.D., Masters and Bachelor’s degree programs offered by the Burnett School, please visit And for pre-health advising and support, please visit the Pre-Health Professions Advisement Office website.

Finally, for general information about university admissions please visit UCF Undergraduate Admissions and UCF Graduate and Professional Programs websites.

To learn more about our admissions process or to arrange a visit please contact:

Office of Admissions
UCF College of Medicine
6850 Lake Nona Blvd.
Suite 115
Orlando, FL 32827
Phone: 407.266.1350
Fax: 407.266.1399