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Comparing Spartan Health Sciences University To An MBBS Course In The USA

Spartan Health Sciences University and Zordha Education work together to provide students from India and the Asian region the opportunity to obtain the equivalent of an MBBS course in the USA in the Caribbean. Spartan Health Sciences University is a CAAM HP accredited medical college, which is the equivalent to an Indian medical college earning an MCI accreditation.

Just like the MBBS degree in the USA, which is designed as an MD or Doctor of Medicine degree, students at Spartan Health Sciences University have access to state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, as well as recognized faculty members who are specialists in their areas of practice.

However, unlike the medical courses in the USA, our students from India have the advantage of obtaining their MBBS from Spartan Health Sciences University that offers 8 to 1 student to teacher ratios, instead of the 20-25 to 1 seen in medical courses in the United States. Zordha Education provides a unique support structure for our students from India, eliminating the challenges for Indian students in trying to learn the American education system.

Completing your Medical PG in the USA

At Spartan Health Sciences University, we provide Green Book clinical rotations in American ACGME approved teaching hospitals. This allows our students to increase their chances of completing their medical PG in the USA.

With the assistance of Zordha Education, we carefully match students with the best hospital to complete their PG, and we have an over 87% match rate for our students with their first application. In 2020, 100% of our MBBS students who applied for PG in the USA received a seat in a matching program.

As a student, Spartan Health Sciences University offers several advantages to completing an MBBS degree in the USA. Through Zordha Education, we provide medical education consultancy and support, while also offering reduced tuition for our students. We work with our students throughout their academics and their residency and PG, helping them to thrive as doctors anywhere they choose to practice.

The Pre-Med Program

Pre-Med Program

Pre-Med program of 16 months includes a range of different subject areas. Students will take English, pre-calculus, and calculus, as well as organic and general chemistry, physics, biology, sociology, statistics and probability, and an introduction to psychology.

The pre-med programs will also include introductory courses in anatomy, physiology, genetics, biochemistry, histology and microbiology/immunology. Medical terminology is also included as coursework in year one.

The course work of the Pre-Medical program in 16 months includes a range of different subject areas.

Students would get 90 credit hours of college level study on successful completion of premed.
Students would automatically matriculate into the 4 Year MD program on successful completion of premed.

03 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
ME0130Medical Terminology60
HIS340Introduction to Histology60
MIC310Introduction to Microbiology / Immunology75
BSB210Introduction to Biomolcules30
STAT350Probability & Statistics45
BSB320Cell Signaling & Second Messenger System60
ENG340English30

04 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
ANT410Introduction to Anatomy75
GEN430Introduction to Genetics / Biochemistry60
ENG440English30
PSY450Introduction to Psychology45
PHYS440Introduction to Physiology45
BSB460Nutrition60

05 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
BSB510Basic Molecular Biology45
BSB520Metabolism60
BSB530Biochemical Experimental Physiology45
BSB540Introduction to Parasitology45
BSB550Introduction to Embryology45
ENG540English30

06 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
BSB610Metabolism – II60
BSB620Principles of Genetics45
BSB630Clinical Biochemistry & Patholgy45
656640Pharmacological Aspects of Biochemistry45
BSB650Introduction to Neuro-Anatomy45
BSB-P2Project / Research Work60
ENG640English30

BSc – Bachelor of Bio Medical Science

Students also have an option to opt for the full BSc degree of 141 credit hours in Bio Medical Science with Bio Chemistry Major instead of just 90 credit hours of premed (Associate Degree)
For this the students need to do two more trimesters after premed.
Students would automatically matriculate into the 4 Year MD program on successful completion of BSc program.

It is upto the students to choose either 16 months of Premed OR 24 months of BSc program. Please contact our admission staff and choose the best option for you with our expert guidance.

Full BSc degree of 141 credit hours in Bio Medical Science with Bio Chemistry Major instead of just 90 credit hours of premed

01 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
30697EGeneral Chemistry I75
BI0110Introductory Biology I75
ENG140English I60
ENG140Medical Terminology60
PC150Pre Calculas60
SOC160Sociology45

02 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
CHEM220General Chemistry II75
PHY230General Physics I75
BIO210Introduction Biology II75
CAL250Calculas60
ENG240English II60
BSB210Introduction to Biomole-cules30

03 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
PHY330General Physics II75
HIS340Introduction to Histology60
MIC310Introduction to Microbiology / Immunology75
ORG320Organic Chemistry I75
STAT350Probability & Statistics60
BSB320Cell Signaling & Second Messenger System40

04 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
ANT410Introduction to Anatomy75
GEN430Introduction to Genetics / Biochemistry75
ORG420Organic Chemistry II75
PSY450Introduction to Psychology45
PHYS440Introduction to Physiology45
BSB460Nutrition45

05 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
BSB510Basic Molecular Biology45
BSB520Metabolism -I45
BSB530Biochemical Experimental Physiology45
BSB540Introduction to Parasitology45
BSB550Introduction to Embryology45
BSB-P1Project / Research Work60

06 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
BSB610Metabolism -II45
BSB620Principles of Genetics45
BSB630Clinical Biochemistry & Pathology45
BSB640Pharmacological Aspects of Biochemistry45
BSB650Introduction to Neuroanatomy45
BSB-P2Project / Research Work60

The Four Year MD Program

MD Program

The four Year MD Doctor of Medicine is a second entry level degree program.
The program includes a range of courses in Basic Sciences, bridging curriculum and pre-clinical studies as well as clinical sciences. The bridging curriculum integrates the basic science programs, including anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, microbiology, and behavioral sciences with the clinical sciences programs.
Full listings of all course materials by year are available for any student considering a degree through Spartan Health Sciences University.

Minimum Eligibility Criteria to get enrolment in the MD program is to have at least 90 credit hours of college level coursework.
All courses are taught in trimesters that are four months in length. The four year MD program as Spartan Health Sciences University is 40 calendar months after the pre-med program.

Clinical sciences include specialization in surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics and psychiatry. In addition, students also take 4 electives prior to graduation, which can include classes in family medicine, internal medicine, geriatrics or pediatrics, physical and rehab medicine or a range of other specializations.

Clinical Sciences Curriculum

80 weeks of Clinical Rotations/Clerkship in ACGME approved teaching hospitals in USA along with American Medical Students.
All Clinical Rotations of Spartan Health Science University are Green Book Rotations
(Find out more about Green Book rotations and ACGME approved hospitals in our FAQs.)
Of the 80 weeks of Clinical Rotations, 66 weeks is of Core Clinical Rotations/Clerkship and 14 weeks is of Elective rotations.
A core rotation is a main course in Clinical, a specialized field. Elective Rotations are Sub rotations under specialties.

Please Note

Core Clinical Rotations or Clerkship can be done only as part of a Medical Curriculam.
Please beware of people and fraudulent colleges who play with student’s life by offering cheap observership.
(Read more about difference between Hands on Clinical Rotations and just shadowing Observership with no hands on clinical experience in our FAQs.)

Some of the Hospitals where our students do Clinical Rotations
  • Weiss Memorial hospital, Chicago
  • Sunrise Hospital and Medical Centre, Las Vegas
  • Larkin Hospital, Miami
  • American Norwegian Hospital, with St. Bernard and St. Elgin, Chicago
  • North Vista Hospital, Las Vegas
  • Tuscon Medical Centre,Arizona
  • Oschner Health System, Louisaina

01 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
100AAnatomy I190
110MPMedical Physiology I90
120BIOBiochemistry I80
E130HHistology80
1400DPR & Medical Ethics40

02 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
200AAnatomy II (Head & Neck)60
210MPMedical Physiology II80
220BIOBiochemistry II & Genetics130
230N EUNeuroanatomy I50
240MMicrobiology I100
250EPIPublic Health & Epidemiology60

03 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
300PMedical Pharmacology I110
310PPathology I100
320MMicrobiology II100
330BSBehavioral Sciences I60
340NEUNeuroanatomy II50
350PDPhysical Diagnosis60

04 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
400PMedical Pharmacology II50
410PPathology II150
420IIntroduction to Clinical Medicine I200
430BSBehavioral Science II80

05 | TRIMESTER

CODE
COURSE TITLE
HOURS
500ESEssentials of Clinical Sciences250
510ICMIntroduction to Clinical Medicine II240
520SLSkills Lab20

Clinical Sciences

The Clinical Sciences program comprises of 80 weeks of which 66 weeks of core rotations and 14 weeks of elective rotations at affiliated hospitals. During the Clinical rotations,students are guided and supervised under clinical faculty of various medical specialities.

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