Degree Offered: MPH (UC Berkeley) / MD (UC San Francisco)
Jyothi Marbin, MD, Director
Leanna W. Lewis, LCSW, Associate Director
The UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program (JMP) is a five-year graduate/medical degree program. The pre-clerkship years are spent at UC Berkeley, engaging in a leading-edge integrated problem-based-learning medical curriculum while simultaneously earning a master's degree (MS) in the Health and Medical Sciences at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health. After three years, our students move across the bay to UCSF to finish their medical education and receive their medical doctorate (MD).
To apply to the UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program (JMP), applicants start by:
- Applying to UCSF via AMCAS
- Receiving and accepting an invitation for a UCSF secondary application
- Following the instructions on the UCSF secondary application by checking the JMP box to indicate interest in the JMP
- Submitting additional JMP-specific application materials as instructed
After checking the JMP box, applicants will be prompted to provide additional JMP-specific materials, including two short essay questions. Only applicants who have checked the JMP box on their UCSF secondary application will be considered for JMP admission.
Learn more about JMP program admissions.