Educational Programs

The tables below list each of the educational programs within the four schools: the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Health Professions, School of Nursing, and School of Medicine. Note: The assessment reports contain historical findings.

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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology MS & PhD
Cell Biology MS & PhD
Clinical Science MS & PhD
Experimental Pathology PhD
Human Pathophysiology and Translational Medicine (HPTM)
Medical Humanities MS & PhD
Master of Medical Science Research MMS
Microbiology & Immunology MS & PhD
Neuroscience MS & PhD
Nursing Science PhD
Pharmacology & Toxicology MS & PhD
Population Health Sciences PhD
Public Health MPH
Rehabilitation Sciences PhD

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School of Health Professions
Clinical Laboratory Sciences, BS
Clinical Laboratory Sciences Certificate - Chemistry
Clinical Laboratory Sciences Certificate - Hematology
Clinical Laboratory Sciences Dual Certificate - Hematology and Chemistry
Clinical Laboratory Sciences Certificate - Immunology
Clinical Laboratory Sciences Certificate - Microbiology
Health Professions, MHP
Occupational Therapy, MOT
Physical Therapy, MPT
Physical Therapy, DPT
Physical Therapy, tDPT
Physician Assistant Studies, MPAS
Respiratory Care, BS

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School of Medicine
Medicine, MD

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School of Nursing
Nursing, BSN
Nursing, MSN

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Every degree-granting program at UTMB engages in some type of mandatory assessment process (pursuant to IHOP Policy 10.1.1) to meet accountability standards and to ensure their quality and effectiveness using key quality indicators. The programs identify expected student learning outcomes, assesses extent to which each degree granting program achieves these outcomes, and provides evidence of improvement based on analysis of the results.

This internal process is focused on student learning outcomes in accordance with SACS Principles of Accreditation, Comprehensive Standard The Office of Institutional Effectiveness facilitates this process annually and publishes the information for the university.

Other sources for program improvements may include internal and/or external reviews, school or program-specific accreditation requirements, as well as input from new program directors and faculty. Advances in science and medicine also are cited as reasons for improvement to program curriculum and expected student learning outcomes.

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External Program Reviews

Archived Review Reports