INMD 7300

Medical Education


Janell Lopez
Clinical Education Manager

Clinical Level
MS Year
Terms Offered

See below


Prerequisite: If the project is for a particular course, students must have successfully completed the course for which they would like to do a MedEd project. Students can also participate in projects developing novel elective courses.

Catalog description: Academic credit (1 credit per week ""non-hands-on"") will be awarded for satisfactory completion of a medical education project at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Students should plan to spend 40 hours/week on their project and should have it completed by the end of the period they are registered for.

The student must have an education mentor prearranged and submit a short description of the project through the application. No retroactive credit will be approved.

See consent requirement below for the application and scheduling details.

INMD 7300 Opportunities

Sites:  UMN: Site varies by education project

Required session attendance: Determined by mentor

Typical weekly schedule/Delivery mode: Varies depending on education project

Direct patient care: No

Consent requirement: Arranged, fill out the below application

INMD 7300 Application

Course objectives:  Students will develop their own learning objectives for their experience in the education project. In general, by the end of the project experience, students should be able to:

  • apply evidence-based educational techniques and strategies in development of the education product
  • develop skills in teaching and learning

Graded Components:

Assessment from the Project Mentor

Grading scale:  H/E/S/N

Allow repetition of course: Yes, totalling up to 8 credits

Course equivalency:  Does not apply