A Bachelor of Medicine (Joint Medical Program) integrates basic and clinical sciences and a wide range of approaches to medicine.

Bachelor of Medicine (Joint Medical Program)

What you will study

What will you studyThe Bachelor of Medicine (Joint Medical Program) integrates basic and clinical sciences with an emphasis on understanding clinical, diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to medicine. You will learn to make connections between the different areas in medicine and the basic sciences in order to apply them to specific medical problems.

The curriculum centres on problem-based, self-directed learning where you will work in small tutorial groups to analyse clinical problems, and to gain an understanding of relevant scientific data.

Clinical Rotations

Clinical rotations play a big part in your medicine degree. Clinical and communication skills are acquired throughout the five years of the curriculum, with your first contact with patients beginning in the first semester of your first year.

For more detailed information about the Bachelor of Medicine (Joint Medical Program), please refer to the handbook and the JMP web site.

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