The Araranguá Campus’ Medicine Program was created in July 2017 and is housed by the School of Sciences, Technology and Health.
The program is structured in modules, where cognitive, attitudinal and procedural knowledge are developed in an articulate manner. This provides students with a global, integrated and practice-oriented approach to the learning process, facilitating both the process itself and the long-term acquisition of important concepts. This structure also allows for students to work in small groups, which enhances learning and rationalizes assessments.
The program’s curriculum prioritizes community-based learning, providing students with both practical knowledge and theoretical depth on the complex issues pertaining to medical care, since the first semester.
Graduates will become “medical professionals with a generalist, humanistic, critical, reflexive and ethical education”. Based on ethical principles, they will be qualified to work in the health-disease process at its various levels of care, acting for health promotion, prevention, recovery and rehabilitation from the perspective of integral care. They will carry a sense of social responsibility and commitment and be promoters of the integral health of the human being.
This is a full-time program.
|Program Length: 12 semesters (6 years)|
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