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O que eu aprenderei?

The Division of Clinical Anatomy in the Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology first introduced a Master's in Clinical Anatomy in September 2005. This plan of study is designed to meet the ever increasing need in North America for instructors who can teach cadaveric gross anatomy. A Master's in Clinical Anatomy will provide students with the necessary skills to teach clinically-oriented cadaveric anatomy in medical, dental and professional health science programs. This 20 month plan of study will include courses in human gross anatomy, embryology, histology, human neuroanatomy and pathology/physiology. Students will also have opportunities to attend surgeries. Experience in teaching will be gained by demonstrating and giving lectures in clinical anatomy to students of medicine, dentistry and the allied health professions. The students will be expected to complete a thesis project which may be in the areas of clinical anatomy, instructional technology or basic science research.

Learning Outcomes

The goal of this unique non-thesis program is to prepare the next generation of medical educators, scholars, and interdisciplinary focused on the anatomical sciences or anatomically-intensive disciplines (i.e. radiology, surgery, medical imaging) as well as collaborative research with cell biologists and neurobiologists within the department.

The MSc Clinical Anatomy stream has a number of important learning outcomes. By the end of their program, successful MSc Clinical Anatomy students will be able to:

Critically evaluate and provide feedback on effective pedagogical practices in higher education, specifically related to anatomical education.
Demonstrate mastery of anatomical knowledge by effective, professional communication and teaching skills that promote the integration and translation of the basic anatomical sciences to clinical applications, including the ability to work in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary teams.
Design course curricula and evidence-based learning tools that stimulate interactive deep learning.
Critically evaluate published literature and integrate broader knowledge from the fields of anatomical education, learning theory, and applied clinical anatomy in the context of their own research.
Demonstrate creative, evidence-based problem-solving skills related to anatomical sciences and education scholarship.
Demonstrate technical and intellectual competence in the discovery-based research process by applying an existing body of knowledge to the rigorous scientific investigation of a new question or hypothesis.
Explore, identify, and develop successful career trajectories both within and outside academia.

De qual departamento farei parte?

Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry

Opções de estudo

Período integral (WITHIN 20 MONTHS)

Valores
Fall term fee (2018): CAN $7,086.89
Data de início

4 Janeiro 2021

Localização

Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry

Clinical Skills Building,

LONDON,

Ontario (ON),

N6A 5C1, Canada

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Brasil

Applicants must possess a four-year degree from an accredited university. The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies requires, at least, a 70% average across courses taken in the last two full-time years of the undergraduate degree. Equivalent qualifications may be considered based on the standards of the discipline or profession. English Language Requirements: TOEFL: The minimum acceptable score is 86, with no individual score below 20 for the internet based version, or 550 for the paper and pencil version; (IELTS): The minimum acceptable score is 6 out of 9. The IELTS is offered in 6 test centres in the US and 3 in Canada. The Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) of the University of Michigan. Students must have at least 80 on each of the sections and an overall score of at least 85. The Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL Assessment): The minimum acceptable score is 60.

Para estudantes internacionais

Applicants must possess a four-year degree from a university, college or institute. The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies requires at least a 70% average across courses taken in the last two full-time years of the undergraduate degree. Equivalent qualifications may be considered based on the standards of the discipline or profession.

English Language Requirements:

  • The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The minimum acceptable score is 86, with no individual score below 20 for the internet based version, or 550 for the paper and pencil version, although some programs require a higher minimum score. [Western's TOEFL ID is 0984].
  • The International English Language Testing Service (IELTS). The minimum acceptable score is 6 out of 9. The IELTS is offered in 6 test centres in the US and 3 in Canada.
  • The Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) of the University of Michigan. Students must have at least 80 on each of the sections and an overall score of at least 85. Arrangements to write MELAB may be made online.
  • The Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL Assessment). The minimum acceptable score is 60. The CAEL Assessment is offered in several countries throughout the world as well as Canada.
  • Western English Language Centre. The requirement is successful completion of the High-Advanced level.
  • CultureWorks. The requirement is successful completion of the High-Advanced level.
  • Fanshawe College’s ESL Program. The requirement is graduation from Level 5, Advanced Academic Preparation, with a minimum 80% in all components.

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