Masters in Medical Education
The purpose of this program is to offer a Masters in Medical Education degree in order to develop a community of academic medical faculty with formal training in education who will create and sustain a culture of educational excellence within the College of Medicine, the University, and the medical education community at-large.
“In addition to the "Teaching Resident Rotation," the Masters in Medical Education degree is a valuable educational asset. Given the mix of in-person and on-line courses, I was able to complete the degree during my R2 and R3 year. It has provided me new teaching skills that I have implemented during my clinical rotations.” – Vijay Pottathil, M.D.
Learn more about the Masters in Medical Education program.