Masters in Health Professions Education
Masters in Health Professions Education has been designed to provide students with an overview of key issues in medical education and to enable them to develop a basic level of educational competence and professionalism. The aim of the course is to equip health professionals to practice across the range of domains of teaching and learning in their own settings.
1- GENERAL REGULATIONS
(i) The MHPE program comprises of 2 years duration.
(ii) The academic requirements for the MHPE degree comprise course work and a thesis based on research.
(iii) Each MHPE student shall follow the Syllabi and Courses of Studies as may be prescribed by the Academic Council from time to time with the approval of the Syndicate.
(iv) The candidate shall be awarded the degree of Masters in Health Profession Education (MHPE) after successful completion of all courses of study, qualifying all examinations and fulfilling all other requirements of the degree (research work & thesis).
(v) To be eligible for admission to MHPE, a candidate should possess an MBBS / BDS degree. Any other higher degree e.g., M.Sc. in relevant field can be recognized by the University as equivalent, to aforementioned degrees. This shall only apply to very distinguished or outstanding candidates.
2- COURSE CONTENTS:
Teaching & Learning
Curriculum Development and Evaluation
Assessment in Medical Education
Research Methods & Approaches
Leadership, Management & Professionalism
Community Based Medical Education (CBME)
Program Evaluation and Quality Assurance