Field of study: Clinical Medicine Level: Specialist's Degree Code within the Russian education system: 31.05.01 Certificate, degree or qualification: Medical Doctor Language of study: Russian, English Mode of study: full-time Duration: 6 years
Number of academic years: 6 Number of semesters: 12 Total number of credits: 360 Curriculum for the student cohort 2020-2021: download Annotations of all disciplines for the student cohort 2020-2021: download
The Curriculum of the Program developed by the University in accordance with the FSES GM requirements and the Professional Standard uses a competence-based approach which determines that upon completion of the Program graduates shall demonstrate full mastering of all the competencies necessary for successful independent practice as a Physician, M.D. Successful mastering of the Program supposes consistent passing of disciplines of the Curriculum developed on the principle of increasing complexity and consistent study of fundamental natural sciences, normal human life, general pathology, general principles of diagnosis of various diseases, private clinical disciplines, health organization principles, etc. The applied teaching methods ensure the process of gradual mastering of the curriculum's disciplines based on the principle of increasing complexity, which makes it possible to effectively develop the necessary competencies among the students. The knowledge and skills acquired within each discipline serve as a basis for the study of subsequent disciplines of the curriculum, and also ensure the graduates' readiness for further training, either in residency or at graduate school (PhD). Each discipline involves theoretical component and practical skills training.
The Curriculum consists of the list, workload (in credits and (or) academic hours), sequence and allocation of subjects within the periods of study, as well as disciplines (modules), practices, research work (if any), other types of learning activities, an interim assessment and a final (state) examination of students.
The Curriculum also reflects in academic hours the scope of a student's work in cooperation with a teacher (by type of educational activities) and self-study.
For interim assessment (for each discipline (module), practice, research work (if any)), as well as for the final (state) examination the form of assessment is specified within the Curriculum.
The Curriculum of the Program has the Basic component which is regulated by the FSES GM and is mandatory for students and the Variable component which is regulated by the University.
The Basic component of the Program provides for the formation of students ' competencies established by the FSES GM, and includes the following:
- disciplines, practices, research work (if any) established by the FSES GM;
- disciplines, practices, research work (if any) established by the University;
- final (state) examination.
The Variable component of the Curriculum is aimed at expanding and deepening the competencies established by the FSES GM, as well as formation of students' competencies established by the University in addition to the competencies established by the educational standard. It includes disciplines, practices (if any), research work (if any) established by the University to the extent established by the University. The content of the variable part is formed in accordance with specialization of an educational program.