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.
million biennial budget
health care degree programs
Medical Student Profile
- Of our 78 admissions annually, seven students are part of our Indians Into Medicine Program.
- Sixty seats are reserved for students who are residents of North Dakota or have significant ties to the state.
- Eleven seats are reserved for residents of Minnesota and 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.