Our curriculum features a mix of learning strategy mainstays, such as simulation technology and Problem-Based Learning, and innovative new programs designed to introduce students to scholarly research and augment their classroom instruction with clinical experiences. Learn more about our MD curriculum learning strategies via the links below.
- Education-Centered Medical Home
Gives students early exposure to team-based medicine in an authentic outpatient environment.
- Area of Scholarly Concentration
Offers students the opportunity to work with mentors to formulate a question, develop the research skills to answer it and produce a scholarly product.
- Focused Clinical Experiences
Gives context and relevance to classroom learning by embedding students in authentic clinical settings where they can apply basic science learning.
- Problem-Based Learning
Uses clinical cases to stimulate inquiry, critical thinking and knowledge application and integration.
- Individual Preceptorship
Provides students with early exposure to patient care so they can practice history, physical and counseling skills.
- Synthesis and Application Modules (SAMs)
Reviews key concepts and relates them to new ones and assess learning