The Department of Anatomy currently offers a 56-credit hour MSc. program and research-based PhD. that prepares students for careers in cutting-edge biomedical research. The Department is proposing a separate MSc. track that would prepare students for careers in anatomical teaching and educational research.
This new career track is justified by the growing demand at the nation’s health professional schools for highly qualified educators in the anatomical sciences.This new track would provide students who desire a career focus in education with extensive training in the anatomical sciences coupled with sufficient teaching experience to be fully prepared to assume major educational responsibilities upon graduation.
Equally important, students in this track would be trained to conduct rigorous educational research, culminating in a MSc. dissertation that meets the academic standards of international University.
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