Curriculum MASTER OF CLINICAL TROPICAL MEDICINE (INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Curriculum

MASTER OF CLINICAL TROPICAL MEDICINE (INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Level Master's
Faculty / Institute FACULTY OF TROPICAL MEDICINE
Website http://www.tm.mahidol.ac.th/mctm/

Degree Designation

MASTER OF CLINICAL TROPICAL MEDICINE

Admission Requirements

								   
											
							 For Plan A(2): An applicant is required to have:
1. Holding a Medical degree (M.D. or M.B.B.S. or equivalent degrees) with cumulative GPA not less than 3.0 and be a qualified 
registered medical practitioner who practices for more than 3 years, with recommendation and confirmation documents, or
2. Graduated in Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (D.T.M.&H.) or other equivalent diploma degrees within 5 years, and 
3. Have an English Proficiency Examination score as required by Faculty of Graduate Studies

For Plan B: An applicant is required to have:
1. Holding a Medical degree (M.D. or M.B.B.S. or equivalent degrees) with cumulative GPA not less than 2.7 and be a qualified 
registered medical practitioner who practices for more than 1 year, with recommendation and confirmation documents, or
2. Graduated in Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (D.T.M.&H.) or other equivalent diploma degrees within 5 years, and
3. Have an English Proficiency Examination score as required by Faculty of Graduate Studies							 							 							 
							 
							 

Curriculum Structure

Plan A2
Required Courses 22            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 2            Credits
Thesis 12            Credits
Total not less than 36            Credits
Plan B
Required Courses 22            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 8            Credits
Thematic Paper 6            Credits
Total not less than 36            Credits

Job Option after Graduation


- Medical doctors with in-depth knowledge in tropical medicine, both in theory and practice, working in hospitals, travel clinics, medical and organisations, both in government and public sectors
- General physicians with tropical medicine expertise, who can be community leaders, consultants or policy makers for prevention of tropical diseases in communities, national, region or worldwide
- General physicians with the expertise in clinical research especially in tropical medicine

Course Requirements

Plan A2

Required Courses Credit
TMCD504 : CLINICAL APPRENTICESHIP 6
TMCD526 : TROPICAL MEDICINE APPRENTICESHIP 6
TMCD535 : SEMINAR IN CLINICAL TROPICAL MEDICINE 3
TMMH502 : FOOD- AND WATER-BORNE DISEASES : SOIL-TRANSMITTED HELMINTHIASES 3
TMMH503 : FOOD- AND WATER-BORNE DISEASES : TISSUE PARASITES 2
TMMH504 : IMPORTANT MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASES 3
TMMH505 : NON-MOSQUITO VECTOR-BORNE DISEASES AND ZOONOSES 2
Elective Courses Credit
TMID510 : STATISTICS FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH 3
TMCD503 : INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL RESEARCH 1
TMCD521 : LITERATURE REVIEW 2
TMCD523 : CLINICAL LABORATORY METHODS FOR RESEARCH 1
TMCD524 : INTERESTING CASE REPORT 1
TMCD530 : TROPICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES CASE STUDY 1
TMCD531 : TROPICAL CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 1
TMCD532 : TRAVEL MEDICINE II 2
TMCD533 : SPECIAL CLINICS IN TROPICAL MEDICINE 1
TMCD534 : PRACTICAL STATISTIC FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH 1
TMMH508 : TRAVEL MEDICINE I 1
Thesis Credit
TMCD698 : THESIS 12