Evaluation & Assessment
The evaluation of individuals for advancement involves both objective criteria and subjective judgments.
To be considered for advancement, candidates must have satisfactorily completed all required coursework; must demonstrate motivation, maturity, stability, sound judgment, a sense of responsibility and good moral character; must evidence cognitive, motor and organizational skills, sensory perception, ability to synthesize and apply knowledge; and possess such other attributes as the faculty deems to be essential to become a reliable and effective physician.
A complete listing of guidelines for student assessment and advancement can be found under the Academic Policies section of the School of Medicine Bulletin.
Page Updated: April 27, 2012