About the School

Founded in 1905, the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences is the only medical school in North Dakota. Today, two out of every three family physicians in the state received their medical degree from UND.

$219

million biennial budget

8 

health care degree programs

Medical Student Profile

  • Of our 78 admissions annually, seven students are part of our Indians Into Medicine Program.
  • The remaining 80% of our students are required to be from North Dakota.
  • Of the remaining 20%, 10% are admitted from Minnesota while another 10% are admitted from participating WICHE states.

Health Sciences Focus

SMHS also houses undergraduate and graduate programs in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine, Medical Laboratory Science, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, and Public Health.

Real Research. Real Results.

Researchers across departments at the SMHS conduct over $20 million in research annually. The School also offers master and doctoral graduate programs in Clinical & Translational Science and Biomedical Sciences.