The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for undergraduate medical education and the important programs that support medical students’ educational activities. Our innovative Patient Center Curriculum is integrated across all four years of medical school and provides students with foundational basic science knowledge, clinical skills and experience, an immersion experience in research and interprofessional health care education and practice. The curriculum is continuously evolving to assure the highest quality of learning with support provided by the Standardized Patient Program and the Simulation Center. The Office of Academic Affairs provides expertise in assessment, faculty and curriculum development, educational research, program evaluation, educational information technology and accreditation.
The faculty and staff support is vital to help the students navigate through this unique program, and support is provided in many ways – academically, professionally, and personally.
Our goal is to provide an exceptional medical school setting in which every student can receive a remarkable education and succeed in their career as a physician, thought leader who will serve patients using expert clinical skills, research, teamwork and humanism.
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