Medical Schools are constantly improving their programs to keep up with the changes in Medical Education in United States and Canada. US national standards for Medical School curriculum have begun to reflect the need for an integrative approach to basic sciences and the importance of early introduction of clinical cases. Our College is adapting and improving the Medical program to reflect these aspects as well.

At American University of St. Vincent students are exposed to a case-based, problem-oriented curriculum (“problem based learning”, or PBL), which places emphasis on learning that is active (researching, discussing) rather than passive (sitting, memorizing).

Bachelor Degree Programs in the Department of Social & Management Sciences (Accounting) and Department of Information Technology (Computer Science; Software Engineering, Network Engineering and Cyber Security)

In addition to the School of Medicine, which has been in operation since 2012, offering the Doctor of Medicine degree program, American University of St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines also offers high quality Bachelor degree programs in other professional disciplines such as Accounting, Information Technology (Computer Science, Network Engineering and Cyber Security), Nursing etc.

High School or Secondary School graduates can complete 4-year (8 semesters) degree programs in any of these disciplines in less than 3 years and be job ready ahead of their counterparts in other similar schools, since American University of St. Vincent operates three semesters per calendar year system.

Applicants with a 2-year College Diploma (Associate Degree) in a relevant field can complete the 4-year (8 semesters) degree program within 2 calendar years.  Such applicants may be granted credits for courses already completed as part of the General Education requirements of American University of St. Vincent to facilitate completion of Bachelor degree in their field of choice within 2 calendar years.

A bachelor’s degree Program aims to round out a student as a potential worker and as a whole. It equips the student with skills and knowledge that will lead him/her to professional and middle-management jobs. A Bachelor’s degree is also usually required for admittance into a graduate Program.

Programs

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Basic Science

The basic science program runs from semester 1 to semester 5. During the basic science courses, students first learn about anatomy and the core scientific concepts that underlie medicine. These concepts are applied to each of the body’s organ systems

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Clinical Science

The clinical component of the MD Program is imparting to each medical student graduate with the fundamental patient-centered knowledge and skills important in health and disease as the basis of safe and effective patient care. The gap between the basic

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Cybersecurity Program

Mission Statement To provide quality cybersecurity education built on sound practical elements that can be directly applied in today’s industries to make our learners the cybersecurity industry leaders of the future. Why Study Cybersecurity at American University of St. Vincent

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Bachelor of Health Sciences

Bachelor of Health Sciences with major in Diagnostic Medical Imaging or Medical Laboratory Technology The Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree program at American University, School of Medicine, (AUS), St. Vincent and the Grenadines with major in Diagnostic Medical Imaging

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B.Sc. Nursing Program

Overview B.Sc. (Nursing) degree is a broad-based undergraduate Nursing program within an academic framework specially directed to the development of critical thinking skills, competence, and standards required for the practice of professional nursing and midwifery.  The program prepares its graduates

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4-Year M.D. Program

American University of St. Vincent School of Medicine is on a trimester system (three semesters per year) for the Four-Year M.D. Program with intakes in September, January, and May (see the academic calendar for specific dates). Students may apply for

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