- Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge base in the major subdisciplines of the field of Tropical Medicine: bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology, immunology, molecular epidemiology, and infectious disease ecology, pharmacology and bioinformatics.
- Demonstrate a mastery of technical and experimental methodologies required to conduct research in the field of Tropical Medicine.
- Demonstrate the ability to plan, execute, interpret, and evaluate experimental studies in Tropical Medicine.
- Demonstrate skills required for instruction, assessment and mentoring of undergraduate and MS level students.
- Demonstrate proficiency in written and verbal communication skills in classroom lectures and other teaching formats and in professional seminars and presentations.
- Demonstrate sufficient mastery and scientific maturity to assess the work of peers in related fields.
|Intended Student Learning Outcomes*|
|Course or Activity||Tropical Medicine Knowledge Base||Mastery of Research Methods||Experimental Design & Execution||Instructional & Mentoring Skills||Written & Verbal Communication Skills||Peer Evaluation & Assessment|
|TRMD 603, 604, 605, 608||I,A||I,R||R||R|
|TRMD 601, 606||I||I,R||I,R|
|TRMD 607, 609, 650, 653, 671, 672, 673, 705||R,A||R,A||R||I||R|
*”I”=introduced; “R”=reinforced and opportunity to practice; “M”=mastery at the senior or exit level; “A”=assessment evidence collected