In 1967, the College of Human Medicine received approval to develop a four-year, degree-granting program. The first MDs graduated in 1972.
As a leader in university-based, community-integrated medical education, Michigan State in 1974 started offering students planning to practice rural medicine, the opportunity to complete their clinical years in the Upper Peninsula through application.
Today, Clinical campuses in Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Midland Regional, Southeast Michigan, Traverse City, and the Upper Peninsula Region now cooperate with MSU in the training of medical students during their undergraduate clinical years.
MSU has six resident and ten fellowship programs, all accredited by ACGME - the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Various agencies sponsor fellowships and residencies:
Sparrow Hospital (sparrow.org)
Source 2020: https://humanmedicine.msu.edu/
This school has multiple campuses
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
15 Michigan St. NE
Michigan - United States