Master of Science in Medical Education: Overview
To receive the Master of Science in Medical Education, trainees must complete a minimum of 30 credits of work. The successful completion of required courses, chosen electives, and the required independent project will result in attaining a sufficient number of credits to receive the degree.
- Core Curriculum
- Research Project, Project in Curriculum Development, or Thesis
- Past and Current Research Projects
- Course Schedules
- Application Information
- Tuition Assistance
- Student Handbook
"Teaching is an art that can only be mastered by systematic study and reflection on the methods. The core curriculum in the medical education program provides ample unique opportunities to pursue these processes."