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Master of Science in Medical Education: Independent Thesis Project

Individuals pursuing the Master of Science in Medical Education are required to complete a formal thesis or substantive research project that applies toward the 30-credit requirement for the degree. The project must satisfy the following requirements:

Each degree candidate may choose to pursue one of the following options to fulfill the thesis project requirement:

Each of the options listed above must be reviewed and defended before the student’s Review Committee.

On January 1 of Year 1, each candidate must submit a completed Thesis Prospectus Form to the ICRE Degree Program Office. The prospectus must be approved by the Program Director before the candidate can proceed with their project. On January 1 of Year 2, each candidate must submit a completed Thesis Prospectus Update Form to the ICRE Degree Program Office. These forms are available for download by students through the Medical Education Box folder. Students can also request copies from the Degree Program Coordinator.”

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