Certificate in Medical Education: Overview
For individuals who do not want to pursue a Master of Science but who desire to take specific courses for added knowledge and skills in teaching or research, the Certificate in Medical Education may be appropriate. Individuals pursuing this option typically choose courses in teaching and learning to enhance their skills as a clinician-educator at either a university or community-based program. The Certificate in Medical Education requires the completion of 15 credits, the majority of these credits (minimum of 9) must be Medical Education courses.
- Core Curriculum
- Course Schedules
- Application Information
- Tuition Assistance
- Gainful Employment Disclosure
- Student Handbook
"The [medical education] program has a well-thought out curriculum that covers various important aspects of being an effective educator."