The school runs three undergraduate programs
Doctor of Medicine (MD)
The MD graduate of Weill Bugando School of Medicine at CUHAS is prepared to be able to:
- Administer the health services of a district, and train, organize and direct the health team of medical and paramedical personnel in a district, in a hospital and in a health centre.
- Conduct his/her activities so that they are relevant to the community by understanding the significant social, political, economic, psychological and ecological factors of the community.
- Identify and solve the major health problems of the community under his/her care, according to the national and community priorities by organizing and providing preventive and curative community health services.
- Organize and provide routine and emergency, preventive and curative medical care for the individual by: o Knowing the normal structure, function, development and growth of the human body and personality.
- Recognizing disorders and abnormalities of structure, function, development and growth of the human body and personality
- Examining patients both clinically and with the relevant investigative procedures.
- Evaluating the results of the examination and investigations and reaching an appropriate diagnosis.
- Administering to the patients the appropriate medical/pediatric/surgical/mental health/gynecological and obstetric care and treatment.
- Accept the responsibility of continuing his/her professional education, in order to utilize advances in medical science and to benefit from further postgraduate training provided in Tanzania or elsewhere.
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Sciences (BMLS)
The Weill Bugando School of Medicine at CUHAS is structured to produce BMLS graduate capable of :
- Use his/her critical thinking to improve the laboratory-working environment.
- Apply the principles and clinical significances of advanced tests
- Improve the quality of laboratory services rendered to the society by applying the latest knowledge.
- Recognize and adhere to established safety rules
- Recognize factors that affect procedures and results, and take appropriate action.
- Recognize the relationship between laboratory finding and disease processes.
- Design and conduct medical research