Our Programs

Students receive hands-on clinical experience in the Catherine and Joseph Aresty Department of Urology of the Keck School of Medicine. Our well-balanced education programs provide insight into three key areas: teaching, clinical volume and research. Exposure to unique and challenging clinical cases in both the public and private sector help us prepare our students for the future.

The residency program in urology is five years in length with emphasis on comprehensive clinical training in all aspects of urologic diseases and disorders and the opportunity for both clinical and basic science research.

The Aresty Department of Urology at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California offers a variety of fellowship positions. Our programs – ranging from advanced robotics and laparoscopy to female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery – provide fellows with research and clinical experience as they work with a world-renowned team of urologists.