Doctor Of Medicine Programme Description
Doctor of Medicine program is derived mainly from the American Medical Education System.The program is structured in two phases, Phase I Basic Medical Science and Phase II Clinical Clerkship.
At BE Group, a solid science foundation is essential for the Basic Medical Sciences. Students are required to complete about 137 credit hours of course work in five (5) semesters of 16 weeks.
In the Clinical Clerkship program, there is an emphasis on preparing students for practice in hospital and ambulatory settings. BE Group has developed innovative ways to teach medical students the clinical skills they will need to function as a physician. The core clinical clerkship includes 44 weeks of family medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Surgery and psychiatry, with 28-week electives in various departments in hospital settings.
The Basic Medical Science courses are presented in lecture format and power point presentations, combined with laboratory exposure to allow for visual reinforcement and development of analytical skills.
BE Group requires students to pass the NBME Comprehensive Basic Science Exam before proceeding with the Clinical Clerkship. The strong preparation provided by the Basic Medical Science supports the student in achieving this important transition.
|S.no||Following is an outline of courses offered as part of the Basic Sciences Program. Course Number and Title||Credit Hours|
|1||Gross Anatomy & Embryology||10|
|2||Histology & Cell Biology||07|
|3||Biochemistry & Genetics||10|
|5||Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine||04|
|7||Medical & Legal Ethics||04|
|8||Microbiology & Immunology||10|
|14||Introduction To Clinical Medicine||16|
|16||Total Number of Credit Hours||137|