Medical Education

Office of Educational Programs

The Office of Educational Programs (OEP) at McGovern Medical School provides general administrative oversight and management for all aspects of the undergraduate medical education curriculum.

This includes supporting the Curriculum Committee and its associated subcommittees, administering several interdepartmental courses and fourth-year clinical electives, managing the standardized patient program and the administration of the Comprehensive Clinical Competency Examination at the end of the third year, as well as several student programs, including Pre-Entry, the Summer Research Program, and the Scholarly Concentrations program.  The OEP monitors student performance outcomes to measure the efficacy of the curriculum, including student performance on national examinations and performance in residency training programs.


Graduate Medical Education Link

Graduate Medical Education (GME)

The mission of the Office of Graduate Medical Education UT System Medical Foundation is to support McGovern Medical School in its education effort by enforcing the regulatory standards of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and other appropriate agencies and by providing a high level of service to all graduate medical education programs, residents and fellows to ensure that residents and fellows receive the highest quality education and training in accredited programs and that residents and fellows receive the requisite financial support and benefits commensurate with their training.